With its links to William Shakespeare and Christopher Marlowe, the recently uncovered Rose Theatre has played a key role in theatrical history.
Letter Home from Egyptian Soldier in Roman Pannonia
An Egyptian soldier in Roman Pannonia expresses loneliness and concern for his family in a recently-deciphered letter on papyrus.
The Crosby Garrett Helmet: A Roman Bronze Makes Headlines
The discovery of the Crosby Garrett helmet and its controversial sale has lead to calls for a review of the legal definition of treasure in the United Kingdom.
Dorset Ridgeway Vikings Feature in British Museum Exhibition
The Dorset Ridgeway Vikings are featured in the British Museum’s Vikings: Life and Legend exhibit and in the book Given to Ground.
The Vindolanda Tablets: Life on the Roman Frontier
The Vindolanda Tablets, a fragile collection of letters and lists from the northern frontier of the Roman Empire, shine a light on little-known period.