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A Viking treasure trove discovered by a teenager in a field in Denmark comprises 365 items from Bohemia, Germany, Denmark and England, including 60 rare coins attributed to Norse King Harald Bluetooth.
ScotlandsDNA believes that everyone who carries one of 3 variants of the red-hair gene is a direct descendant of the first redhead ever to have it – two variants originating in West Asia around 70,000 years ago, and a younger variant originating in Europe around 30,000 years ago.
French archaeologists have unearthed the remains of 5 Celtic warriors and several women in a 2,300 year-old cemetery southeast of Paris. The site is yielding a stunning array of Iron Age finds from the ancient civilisation of Gaul.
A dig in the heart of London, just yards from the River Thames, has yielded 10,000 finds from the first 4 centuries of the city’s existence, which experts say “will transform our understanding” of Roman London.
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History rarely records the thoughts of those on the receiving end of a new ‘wonder weapon’ in battle. Here is the second of two rare accounts of witnesses to the moment when something about to change warfare forever suddenly and unexpectedly hoves into view…
History rarely records the thoughts of those on the receiving end of a new ‘wonder weapon’ in battle. Here are the first of two rare sets of accounts of witnesses to the moment when something about to change warfare forever suddenly and unexpectedly hoves into view…