Richard Hodges explores the history and archaeology of the Spanish Basque Country.
Nearly 20 years of digging in and writing about Albania’s ancient sites has left a vivid impression on archaeologist and traveller Oliver Gilkes.
The dig The Hypogeum Ħal-Saflieni was discovered in 1902 when builders, working on a new housing development, fell through its roof. The huge underground structure is carved out of the soft rock that lies beneath the town of Paola, on the outskirts of Valetta on Malta. Despite initial attempts to deny the discovery, so as not to hinder building work, the find […]
How often do you visit a rock-art site armed only with binoculars? You do at Bangudae, on South Korea’s east coast, and with good reason, as Brian Fagan discovered on a recent trip to the region.
Exploring Iron Age burial mounds on the Trail of Princes, Patrick Skinner sets out from the country’s capital on a voyage of archaeological discovery.
Anna Faherty goes in search of the wide open spaces and ancient markers of Mongolia’s remote hinterland.
Richard Hodges explores the Roman villa at Piazza Armerina, home to the beautiful ‘bikini girl’ mosaics.
Revealing a grim cargo of elite Viking warriors
An undisturbed tomb in the Valley of the Kings reveals its 3,000-year-old secret
The mighty temple of a little known Maya Kingdom, and the undisturbed tomb of its first ruler.