Digital Atlas of the Roman Empire
Using technology to recreate heritage items can help connect nations.
Archaeologists have increasingly turned to LiDAR to survey their areas of interest. Join us for a tour of some of the most stunning sites.
As all good Monty Python fans know, water technologies feature large in the legacy of benefits left by Roman civilisation. But while aqueducts, sewers and baths retain an obvious presence in the landscape
We still hear and read a lot about how a diet based on what our Stone Age ancestors ate may be a cure-all for modern ills. But can we really run the clock backwards and find the optimal way to eat? It's
So what did Greek music sound like? Here you can listen to David Creese, a classicist from the University of Newcastle, playing
From who built it to what it was used for,
A prehistoric "Atlantis" in the North Sea may have been abandoned after being hit by a 5m tsunami 8,200 years ago.
When scientists from Imperial College released a simulation of a tsunami, triggered by a vast undersea landslide at Storrega off the coast of Norway around 6000 BC, it probably came as a surprise to many
Archaeologists trying to work out origins of well-preserved 800-year-old bodies
New research suggests that we've bred much of the nutrition out of out food. What's a discerning grocery shopper to do?