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A photo of a stone tiled mosaic floor with a mud stain through it at Chedworth Roman Villa

Archaeologists to reveal secrets of Gloucestershire Roman villa as public excavation begins

A mosaic at the Roman villa of Fishbourne, first occupied in AD 43

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Part of Roman mosaic

Deer prints found on Roman roof tile

A deer hoof print is found on a year-old roof tile during a dig at Chedworth Roman Villa.

Beijing Quan Tu (Peking) - Blue Monocle

Beijing Antique Map Print (1914)

Archival print reproduction of an antique map of Beijing, China from 1914 by Deutsch Ostasiatisches Expeditions Korps.

Lullingstone Roman Villa, Britannia (UK)

Lullingstone Roman Villa, Britannia (UK)

A photo of two human skeletons being excavated from a brown pit at a Roman villa site in Northamptonshire

Archaeologists discover body of man with shield and teenage girl at Roman Northamptonshire villa

DNA results on Roman Londoners show culturally diverse population from North Africa and beyond

Detailed DNA analysis of four Roman Londoners, released by the Museum of London, have created the first multidisciplinary study of the inhabitants of a city anywhere in the Roman Empire.

Public given chance to see 18th century tobacco pipe factory discovered by archaeologists in Bath

Public given chance to see century tobacco pipe factory discovered by archaeologists in Bath

Chinese archaeologists confirm location of capital 4,200 years ago.  View of the Taosi Site [Credit: Cultural China]

Chinese archaeologists confirm location of capital years ago. View of the Taosi Site [Credit: Cultural China]

Lullingstone Roman Villa Eynsford, Kent

See 15 photos and 2 tips from 96 visitors to Lullingstone Roman Villa. "Very nice Roman Villa, with outstanding mosaics, impressive artefacts and very.

Skeletons found 'holding hands' for 700 years

Skeletons found 'holding hands' after 700 years

A couple who have been holding hands for 700 years have been uncovered at the ‘lost’ chapel of St Morrell in Leicestershire - Credit: University of Leicester Archaeological Services

Archaeologists reveal saver's civil war stash and hoard hidden in final decades of Roman rule

A Civil War stash and a previously unseen hoard of 23 thin Roman century silver coins, purposely buried sometime after are going on show to the public in Chester.

A 1,300-year-old Anglo-Saxon feasting hall has been uncovered inches beneath the village green at Lyminge in Kent, England. At 69 feet by 28 feet, the hall would have been an impressive structure with room for at least 60 people. Animals bones which were found buried in pits near the edge of the hall signal the many extravagant feasts held at the biggest hall for miles around, before it was abandoned and later destroyed.

Archaeologists unearth 1,300-year-old Anglo Saxon feasting hall inches below village green in first major find of its kind in 30 years

(Photo by William Laing, © University of Reading) An aerial view of the excavations at Lyminge in southeastern England taken at the end of the 2012 field season shows the outlines of a large rectangular royal feasting hall dating to about A.