CWA catches up with excavations at the temple site of Tell Tayinat which is throwing light on the ‘Dark Age’ in the Near East
Inside report on the newly – uncovered Bronze Age elite burials of Ban Non Wat
How did the city of Sweyhat thrive in the Mesopotamian outback?
Until recently, the Middle Mekong Basin has been terra incognita, archaeologically speaking. Now, a team is revealing its past.
In the way in which the National Museum Wales portrays Welsh identity, it stands out on the international scene as a beacon for others to emulate. This book on Welsh Megalithic tombs follows on from Steve Burrow’s excellent catalogue of early prehistoric remains held by the Museum which it published in 2003. The photography and […]
Ole Grøn and Jørgen Skaarup report on their excavations at a 5000 BC underwater site, Denmark
Two remarkably well preserved Iron Age bog bodies discovered in the Republic of Ireland
Archaeologists discover rock painting dating back 3,000 years
Peter Pfalzner, of the University of Tubingen writes of the extraordinary Brinze Age royal tombs at Qanta
The latest discoveries at KV5, the largest ancient Egyptian tomb ever discovered in the Valley of the Kings at Luxor
Beatrice has recently celebrated her 90th birthday, and here she recalls her far flung life in the field in Pakistan, Iran and the Arabian peninsula
The mighty statue of Ramases II is set to be moved from down-town Cairo to a new museum planned for the Giza Plateau