The excavation of a riverbank in the heart of Roman London has revealed a stunning array of finds which shed new light on the history of the city.
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.
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.
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.
When Rome’s ties to Britain collapse, it is up to an unlikely Emperor to launch an invasion. One of history’s greatest women rises up against the empire.