The life and work of Welsh war photojournalist Philip Jones Griffiths is being celebrated with a major exhibition drawn from his archive at The National Library of Wales in Aberystwyth.
"A song for a new Welsh nation": Patagonian Welsh national anthem discovered in 19th century pamphlet
The back of an 1875 pamphlet suggests the Welsh community in Patagonia nearly had their own national anthem.
As Aberystwyth's International Ceramics Festival prepares to open its doors on a weekend of lectures, demonstrations, exhibitions, firings and stalls, we look at the work and ideas of ten very different international ceramicists taking part.
Archaeologists have spoken of their excitement at returning to Caerau Hillfort, where they aim to double the number of public participants after attracting 2,000 people last year.
Species which invaded Brazil and Caribbean could threaten British wildlife, says National Museum Wales
Six types of bivalve, washed up from the south-east coast of the US, could out-compete natives such as scallops and the edible oyster.
The defensive ditches of a town in north-east Wales, built by the English in 1277, have been discovered by archaeologists beneath the walls of a 19th century pub.
A new exhibition marking the anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo will also feature the Duke of Wellington’s Book of Common Prayer and the first ever articulated wooden leg.
Wales' first Jurassic meat-eating dinosaur, discovered by fossil hunting brothers on a beach in Penarth, has gone on display at National Museum Wales in Cardiff.
Olive oil and dog paw prints: Archaeologists say villa discovery reveals Wales's Roman trading links
Archaeologists have revealed more about a previously unknown villa found beneath fields in Abermagwr in 2011.