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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Archaeologists in Guatemala have made a remarkable discovery.
Microscopic analysis revealed traces of lapis lazuli in her dental plaque
A 500 year old skeleton in the mud of the River Thames has been found still wearing his thigh-high waders.
Her family arrived in Britain a few generations before she was born.
Many of the most lavish burial items belonged to women.
Finds include housing, jewellery, coins and burials.
Egyptian archaeologists have been investigating a newly discovered tomb.
We want this guy to be our BFF.
Geophysics revealed the ghostly outline.
Keep up with the latest fun, facts & features from the world of archaeology.
It's one of Oxfordshire's most iconic ancient monuments.
Update from the western roundhouse! Margaret has unearthed the most PERFECT stone-lined post-hole. Could it be for a doorway?
East Yorkshire is home to some of the most distinctive Iron Age archaeology in the country. But what happened when the Romans arrived, and how did people respond? A crowdfunded archaeological excavation near Little…
Archaeologists have discovered an ancient anvil that still bears a greasy handprint from the Pictish coppersmith who used it. Archaeologists on the Isle of Rousay, Orkney, have been carrying out emergency excavations at an…
Britain has been basking in glorious sunshine for weeks and as a result, something extraordinary has been happening on ground level.
A new study demonstrates that even the world’s earliest agricultural settlements had the Neolithic equivalent of a village hall. The advent of agriculture took place in the Near East over 10,000 years, and sparked…
Archaeologists excavating a Bronze Age burial mound in Cornwall have made a ‘miracle’ discovery. Sometimes the most exciting thing about an archaeological discovery is the very simple fact that, against all odds, it has…
Archaeologists have started excavating a new area at Pompeii and the first major discovery is probably one of the unluckiest yet. The eruption of Mount Vesuvius in AD 79 is probably the most famous…
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!