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Revealed: The sunken Roman city that was once the resort of the super rich but now lies beneath the waves with its treasures intact

by Dave Sadler
  Baiae was the Las Vegas for the super-rich of ancient Rome and was synonymous with luxury and wickedness But as the centuries passed,…

Open day marks end of two-week archaeological dig in Warndon, Worcester

by Dave Sadler
AN open day marked the end of a two-week archaeological dig that unearthed a 2,000-year-old Roman farmstead in Worcester. Worcester City Council’s archaeology team, alongside more than 30 volunteers, put spade to soil…

Weyhill, Andover – an Anglo-Norman execution cemetery

by Dave Sadler
In 2016 Cotswold Archaeology excavated a site prior to the construction of a new Aldi store, at Weyhill Road, on the western fringes of Andover, in Hampshire. While there was some evidence for late Iron Age and Roman activity at the site, the most significant…

Stunning ancient gym floor mosaic revealed during construction work in Laodikeia, Turkey

by Dave Sadler
In all parts of Asia Minor, many ancient findings of Byzantine, Hellenistic or Roman times are regularly discovered and, this time, an excellent gym floor mosaic, as appraised by archaeologists,…

ARCHAEOLOGISTS FIND ROMAN MILITARY OFFICERS’ RESIDENCE (TRIBUNORIUM) IN ANCIENT THRACIAN CITY KABILE NEAR BULGARIA’S YAMBOL

by Dave Sadler
Archaeologists have found and excavated in full a large Ancient Roman building known as tribunorium, i.e. the residence…

Third Roman temple discovery in Silchester may have been part of emperor’s vanity project

by Dave Sadler
A Roman temple uncovered in a Hampshire farmyard by University of Reading archaeologists may be the first building of its kind in Britain to be dated back to the reign of Emperor Nero. The temple…

Archaeologists unearthed 2,000-year-old Roman farmstead in Worcester’s Warndon Villages

by Dave Sadler
ARCHAEOLOGISTS have unearthed a 2,000-year-old Roman farmstead in Worcester. Worcester City Council’s archaeology team, alongside more than 30 volunteers, have put spade to soil…

Ancient Roman texts shed light on earliest Londoners in one of UK’s most important archaeological discoveries

by Luke Higgins
(2016) After almost 2000 years of silence, extraordinary new archaeological discoveries have allowed the first Londoners to speak again. Regton…

Breaking: Julius Caesar’s British invasion site discovered

by Dave Sadler
Archaeologists believe they may have uncovered the first evidence of Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain in 54BC. Archaeologists believe they may have uncovered the first evidence of Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain in 54BC. Continue…

Archeologists unearth Roman-era manor, ancient Greek ‘Barbie dolls’ in Crimea

by Dave Sadler
Researchers from the Institute of Archeology at the Russian Academy of Sciences have unearthed the remains of a countryside manor, dating back to the Roman era, and household items, including terracotta…
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