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Archaeologists have recreated the brutal approach hunter-gatherers took with red deer skulls 11,000 years ago - cutting away the lower jaw and throwing them on a fire.
A trio of exhibitions together with events, readings and a flurry of book publications mark the 125th birthday of Stanley Spencer in 2016/17.
Matter, physics, process and monuments to labour; John Latham rethought the limits and possibilities of art and he gets his day in a show pairing him with sixteen artists at the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds.
"Supermodel" mirrors and body-bracing iron Tudor corsets: Shaping the Body exhibition goes beyond bum implants
Corsets made of iron and mock-up kitchens are part of a display predating the age of bum implants at York Castle Museum.
Dozens of Iron Age skeletons found at prehistoric Yorkshire settlement could reveal burial rituals 2,500 years ago
A set of 75 square barrow graves from the Arras culture of Iron Age Yorkshire, found at a housing development in Pocklington, could tell archaeologists all about life 2,500 years ago.
"It looked pretty normal at first": Young archaeologist recalls finding 11,000-year-old pendant at Star Carr
Tom Bell, who dug up an 11,000-year-old, possibly shamanic prehistoric necklace at North Yorkshire's Star Carr site last month, says he originally thought the pendant was a bead.
Enid Blyton's prolific career was achieved through a typewriter perched on her lap - given to her in 1927 by Hugh Alexander Pollock, an editor she'd married three years earlier.
A new pop up archaeology exhibition is now open at Oxford Town Hall offering the public the final chance to see the unique relics uncovered at the Westgate Oxford 'Greyfriars' construction site.
A lethal Victorian dress containing arsenic is among the costumes going on show in Shaping the Body, at York Castle Museum.