The book was published by Henry VIII in 1535
An ancient crucifix has been found in remarkable condition
Photos show a very different capital city
Archaeologists say the complex is around 1,600 years old
'A land so packed with treasure and beauty, so blessed with blissful countryside'
The value of the collection amassed by the Aristophil group has been estimated at hundreds of millions of euros
In Menagerie, the zoologist Caroline Grigson presents an impressive study of the country’s obsession with exotic animals
A massive collection of historical menus at the New York Public Library has been digitised for your perusal
Anaesthetic to put patients to sleep was not discovered until the mid 1800s
Female virginity, we’re increasingly told, is a psychological rather than a physical condition. It’s not something that can be “lost” or “taken”.
Do you know your Boudicca from your Daenerys Targaryen?
Davidson also surprises by bringing out unfamiliar aspects of famous names
The answer is complicated by an absence of any description of his physical qualities in early Christian texts
A recent find that provided another theory of the origins of Stonehenge was misinterpreted, the researchers claim
War hero who served with the ‘Buffalo Soldiers’ before becoming a much admired civil rights campaigner
Aliens, giants, or even team-building exercises are some of theories that attempt to explain Stonehenge's origins