Macabre variety of Iron Age burial practices

Unusual and macabre burial practices used by Iron Age Britons have been discovered by researchers from the Natural History Museum and Cardiff University.__Cardiff University

Mystery on the marsh

A newly discovered Anglo-Saxon island is one of the most important archaeological finds in decades.__The University of Sheffield

Greek and Danish archaeologists excavate the ancient Greek harbour town Lechaion

In Greece, underwater excavations of Lechaion, ancient Corinth’s partially submerged harbour town, reveal the infrastructure of more than a thousand years of flourishing maritime trade. Researchers from the Greek Ministry of Culture and Sports and the University of Copenhagen are using cutting-edge methods to uncover the configuration and scale of the harbor._ University of Copenhagen_Faculty of Humanities

The Tomb of the Griffin Warrior

A rare and rich tomb discovery in Greece opens a window on early Mycenaeans who lived generations before their legendary heroes fought at Troy._ James Kensington_Popular Archaeology