A 2,600-year-old Celtic Princess has been discovered in Germany | IrishCentral.com
German archaeologists discovered a Celtic grave in 2011 in the Danube heartland, where they found the remains of a Celtic princess, from 2,600 years ago, buried with her gold and amber jewelry.
10,000-year-old settlement found in Cork | IrishCentral.com
A book by archaeologists offers detailed illustrated accounts of 114 significant excavations undertaken in Ireland.
Archaeologists Have Made An Incredible Discovery At Stonehenge
Using powerful ground-penetrating radar, investigators working around Stonehenge have detected a trove of previously unknown burial mounds, chapels, shrines, pits — and most remarkable of all — a massive megalithic monument made up of more than 50 giant stones buried along a 1,082-foot-long c-shaped enclosure.
An underwater discovery may have just changed Britain's history forever
Remarkable new archaeological discoveries are likely to completely rewrite a key part of British prehistory.
Rare blue pigment found in medieval woman's teeth rewrites history
The discovery of a rare, expensive blue pigment in the dental plaque of a medieval woman's skeleton is shedding light on hidden chapter of history, according to a study published Wednesday in the journal Science Advances.
Archaeologists discover Mesolithic eco home near Stonehenge
Pit left by fallen tree, lined with cobbles, shows hunter-gatherers’ sophisticated understanding of landscape
The Spirit of Beatrice Cenci - A Tale of Terrible Injustice in Ancient Rome
Just a stone’s throw away from St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican City is the Ponte Sant’Angelo. Today, this bridge is one of the famous tourist attractions in the city of Rome.
Scan of mummified body of Swedish bishop reveals baby hidden in coffin
Scientists find body of five-month-old foetus concealed under feet of 336-year-old body of Bishop Peder Winstrup in Lund cathedral
Laid to rest with chariot and solid gold torc
Excavated recently by a team of archaeologists, the aristocratic tomb of Lavau (northeast France) dates to the beginning of the 5th century BCE.