The answers lies in the Mesolithic period...
Carvings of the boy-king on her tomb showed a distinct physical similarity to Maya - the woman believed to have been his wet nurse
A recent find that provided another theory of the origins of Stonehenge was misinterpreted, the researchers claim
In presenting Alfred as the sole saviour of the Anglo-Saxons, contemporary accounts had dismissed Ceolwulf II
The discovery helps fill an important gap in human knowledge about plant-eating sauropods that lived around 170 million years ago
Dinosaurs living in the western continent, called Laramidia, were similar to those found in Asia
Around three million years ago, one of our ancestors dropped dead, only to be dug back up again — though nobody’s still really sure how she died
The fossilised skeleton owes her name to repeated listening of The Beatles' 'Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds'
Lucy has been honoured with a Google Doodle on the 41st anniversary of her discovery
Oxford Centre for the Study of Religious Relics harnesses interdisciplinary experts to study objects of spiritual devotion
Workers unearthed 277 bodies - more than double the number originally predicted by experts
The 'Ikea-style' church, which dates to around 550 AD, will be put on display at the Ashmolean Museum
The 'once in a lifetime' discovery in Fourni now makes up 12 per cent of all shipwrecks ever found in the country's waters
Academics fear that the 6,300-year-old settlement could be severely damaged by a new road tunnel
“We never could have imagined the extent of the wealth that was contained in the particular grave”
Experts will use radiography, drone-mounted scanners and thermal imaging in an attempt to answer a question that has puzzled Egyptologists for centuries: how these huge structures were built without the aid of modern technology