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Deprivation and deportation: What the teeth of the soldiers found in a mass grave in Durham can tell us
The teeth of the soldiers discovered in a mass grave in Durham have already given experts an idea of what their lives were like, says Dr Pam Graves of Durham University.
"These are men who fought and died together": Dismembered soldiers found in mass grave to be reburied in Durham
The separated remains of thousands of soldiers killed at the Battle of Dunbar, one of the shortest and most brutal battles of the 17th century civil war, will be reburied in Durham.
Bishop Auckland Castle, the palatial home of the Prince Bishops of County Durham, is the setting for an "extraordinary" new installation by the Canadian artist based around a 16th century sacred composition.
Plaque problems and pipe clenching: Take a look at the teeth from the 17th century soldier skeletons found in Durham
What was life like for the Scottish soldiers found buried in two mass graves at Durham University? Most of them had plaque, according to the latest scans made by the archaeological team.
Japan's samurai soldiers may have seemed fearsome through their armour, but they were actually patrons and producers of the arts centuries ago.
Printed in 1623, this copy of the First Folio has been left open at A Midsummer Night’s Dream as it makes its first appearance outside of the British Library.
Raised in Saudi Arabia, Hajra Waheed grew up under strict regulations including the prohibition of photographic and video documentation by civilians. The Cyphers brings her observations to the......
DigVentures, the crowdfunding archaeological social enterprise, is backing a major excavation to discover the location of the first monastery on the Holy Island of Lindisfarne.
Time capsule buried in Newcastle 21 years ago is removed from the ground - complete with letters, coins and cross-stitch
A time capsule buried beneath a civic centre in Newcastle has been excavated from the ground after 21 years following a reminder from a former pupil who was involved in the original ceremony which......