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St. Moluag's Lost Abbey: Archaeologists on Lismore uncover St. Moluag's 8th-century monastery, revealing a site of historic Christian activity and crafts.

Reconstruction drawing of Londinium, c. 120 AD

Saxon Lundenwic's boundaries extend westward, revealed by National Gallery's 200th-anniversary excavation. Ancient artifacts unearthed, altering London's history.

The wall and floor ruins under Piazza San Marco

Venice's Lost Church: Archaeologists uncover remains of Venice's lost Church of San Geminiano beneath St. Mark's Square, revealing early medieval secrets.

Malmesbury Abbey, 600 years ago

John of Tintern: Explore the dark tales of Malmesbury's abbey, where the rogue monk John of Tintern's crimes outshine the serene history of this Cotswolds town.

Pictish warriors

Pictish Mystery: Unravelling the mysterious disappearance of Scotland's ancient warriors and their enigmatic culture.

cambrige burials

Cambridge Burials reveal diverse medieval lives: scholars, orphans, and the "shame-faced poor" in a hospital's historical embrace.

King Edward V and the Duke of York (Richard) in the Tower of London by Paul Delaroche

Lost Princes Found: New evidence challenges the fate of the Princes in the Tower, suggesting they may have escaped, altering the course of Tudor history.

Portrait of Chaucer by Romantic era poet and painter William Blake, c. 1800

Chaucer's Timeless Words: A Journey into the Past with the British Library's Digital Archive.

Runestones reveal the power of a Viking queen

Thyra's Remarkable Legacy: 10th Century Viking-Age Denmark Unveiled

Harpole Treasure

7th Century Treasure: The Harpole find, unearthed in Northampton, offers a glimpse into a bygone era of wealth and faith.

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