Dating in the middle ages
(photo) In 2012, archaeologists discovered the remains of 27 Anglo-Saxon warriors and their grave goods at Barrow Clump in Salisbury, England.
Recently experts used an army field hospital x-ray machine to examine a 6th century sword found at the site.
Underlying this policy is the conviction that Europeans have more in common than divides them, especially in the modern world.
By comparison with other continents, western Europe is small and immensely varied, divided by .
Medieval chess pieces have been found in various digs throughout Great Britain, but for the first time, archaeologists have discovered a workshop where such game pieces were made.
Last year, his choral work, composed for Henry VIII, came in at number 2 on the classical music charts with an album by the choral group Alamire.
(photos) A team of archaeologists has discovered early Norse artifacts in Canada and its Arctic islands, including what it believes is a stone crucible, with traces of bronze inside, used for metalworking.
The Friends of Hyde Abbey Garden are not keen on the idea of archaeologists digging up the garden in search of the remains of King Alfred the Great.
The garden was established in 2003 above the site in Winchester, England, believed to be the grave of the king.