Ongoing archaeological finds continue to show evidence of Africans as a presence in Britain as early as the third century and well beyond Hadrian’s Wall.
We’re closer than ever to learning the contents of the ancient Voynich Manuscript: Could the medieval text be written in Nahuatl or a form of ancient Arabic?
The Ipswich Man in the Domesday Book proves that black history in Medieval/Renaissance England may be more widespread than previously believed.
Some of Ireland’s bog bodies reveal clues to human history from the Neolithic to Medieval eras. Did ritual killings mark ancient Irish boundaries?
The discovery of Venus figurines in Neolithic Orkney creates some debate and suggests a religion centered around a goddess.