Stonehenge Revamped for the Twenty-First Century

After much controversy, the site of Stonehenge has been transformed, reuniting the monument with the wider archaeological landscape.

Image shows  the entrance to a dugout and a stretch of trench. Equipment and debris are scattered on the left side of the trench.

Responses to the Great War from Soldier-Poets on the Western Front and Women on the Home Front

Winifred May Letts, Eleanor Farjeon, Wilfred Owen, Ivor Gurney and Siegfried Sassoon responded to the Great War in very different ways.

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Lady Chatterley’s Lover: Source of D.H. Lawrence’s Notorious Novel Exposed

New evidence offers insight into D.H. Lawrence and the source of his characters in his infamous novel, Lady Chatterley’s Lover.

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The Imperial War Museum Re-opens in London

The Imperial War Museum reopens to the public with thought-provoking displays on the First World War.


The Lucaria: Honouring the Gods of the Grove in Ancient Rome

The Romans created The Lucaria as a way to honour the gods of the sacred grove, even while clearing the land to expand Rome.