Join our team as we explore one of the oldest-known Roman settlements north of the Humber
Explore the objects and artefacts from our recent excavations...in 3D
The fieldwork is complete, and the results are in! Read the reports, explore the archives, and learn more about the amazing work we've done on some very special sites.
This step-by-step course will guide you through what archaeologists do and how you can get involved!
Archaeology isn't just for adults! This course is for kids and teens who want to be the archaeologists of the future.
Photogrammetry is an essential skill for any archaeologist who wants to record or share their discoveries online.
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"I went to Rome in AD 70 and all I got you was this lousy pen"
She was buried with a typical Slavic axe and an Arabic coin.
He would have looked 'absolutely fabulous' in all his gear
It's a very, very, very, very cold case.
The beads were made of polished jet.
Something truly terrible happened to archaeology last week: one of our largest and most visible organisations, the Society for American Archaeology, spectacularly failed in its duty of care to several attendees at their annual…
Offerings include sacrificed llamas and puma-shaped incense burners.
Human bone fragments found at Pontefract Castle recently could be up to 1,000 years old, experts have said. A right femur (thigh) bone and probable ulna (arm) fragments were uncovered by workmen last week…
For years, archaeologists assumed it was a result of normal wear and tear, but the reason turns out to be way more interesting than that: it was done on purpose.
Keep up with the latest fun, facts & features from the world of archaeology.
Aebbe (AD 615-668) was instrumental in the early spread of Christianity along the north east coast of Britain, and an example of a powerful Anglo Saxon woman who helped shape British history. Born a…
A collection of rare Anglo-Saxon stone sculptures, which are unique to the North East of England, are going on display for the very first time. Etched in Stone: Anglo-Saxons in the North East is…
Tudor history fans are helping archaeologists to unearth a remarkable set of ruins at Sudeley Castle
Stonehenge is just one of 35,000 megalithic stone monuments in Europe.
Finds included over 200 arrowheads and a breach of the fortress walls.
Scottish farmer admits 'ancient' stone circle was built in 1990s
Chemical analyses have allowed archaeologists to see how prehistoric diets changed.
Archaeologists in Guatemala have made a remarkable discovery.
Microscopic analysis revealed traces of lapis lazuli in her dental plaque
Groundbreaking discoveries from archaeologists around the world
Fantastic finds from DigVentures own crowdfunded and crowdsourced excavations
Archaeology-themed activities you can try at home, plus tips, tricks, and fieldwork hacks from the DigVentures team
Archaeology documentaries, talks and mini-series we've filmed - with help from our community
Explore our online collections and previous exhibitions... in 3D!
Final Reports, Project Designs, academic papers, and the official detail on everything we've found so far
Join our team as we trace the history of Viking raids at one of the most famous archaeological sites in Britain
Courses for anyone who wants to learn more about archaeology, and have fun while they're doing it!