Findings mark major breakthrough in helping archaeologists to understand the nature of society in prehistoric Britain
Golden treasures from prehistoric Britain’s Stonehenge era, most of which have never previously been on public display, are today being unveiled at a small provincial museum.
Palaeontologists have found a 'Jurassic Park' of fossils in Venezuela
Ancient Britons made hundreds of thousands of dugout canoes, archaeologists now believe.
Archaeologists, excavating near the Royal Borough, have discovered the 4400 year old skeleton of an upper class woman
In a scientific tour-de-force worthy of the search for the elusively small Higgs boson, scientists have discovered that size really does matter to women when it comes to the length of a man’s manhood.
Discovery gives archaeologists an insight into the lives of people who lived on the rugged south western moorland 4,000 years ago
New film Sightseers shows rural Britain at its creepiest
The date when stone-age humans first invented the lethal technology of spears and arrows has been set back many thousands of years with the discovery of small stone blades dating to 71,000 years ago.
We've had Alien vs. Predator, Monsters vs. Aliens and Dracula vs. Frankenstein, but what would happen if modern man and his prehistoric ancestor were to square off?
In the 2004 film Night at the Museum, Ben Stiller’s security guard was in for quite a shock when the exhibited T-Rex skeleton sprang to life and began to chase him around the building.
Discovery reignites debate over transportation of smaller standing stones
They inspire artists, hold ancient secrets and, in the popular imagination, they're the refuge of bandits and terrorists. Caves remain unmapped in our know-everything age.