Athens Goes Underground

In preparation for this summer’s Olympic Games, Athens’s metro was greatly extended. From

Paros, Greece

The examination of two large cists reveals evidence of a massacre of the warriors of Pharos

Naxos, Greece

A travelogue visit to two newly restored temples, at Sangri and Irea. Plus a look at the underground museum in Naxos Town


In September the British Museum will be launching a major new exhibition on Sudan. We take a sneak-preview


The latest results of an on-going archaeological project that is uncovering Islamic period remains on Bahrain

Naxos Recognised

On Friday 4 June 2004, The European Union and Europa Nostra – the pan-European federation for heritage -announced the winners of the European Union Prize for Cultural Heritage/Europa Nostra Awards 2003 at a European Awards Ceremony at the Allerheiligen Hofkirche in Munich. Europa Nostra’s President, HRH the Prince Consort of Denmark, and Mr Harald Hartung, […]

Cancer Research in Croatia

Archaeological evidence suggests the prevelance of cancers may have been significantly less in our ancestors



Gary Brown takes a look at the oft-ignored pre-colonial archaeology of Singapore


Kerala, India

Richard Hodges reports on Kerala. Otherwise known as God’s own country, it is fast becoming an eco-tourist destination