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Herculaneum fresco among dozen of treasures returned to Italy by US
Italy is celebrating the return of 60 ancient artefacts, some dating back to first century BC, with total value of more than €18.4m.
Has this dig uncovered the world's first luxury barn conversion?
Archaeologists from University of Leicester worked on the site in the middle of the UK.
Chur: Switzerland’s oldest city boasts aliens, wine and Roman ruins
Chur, a Roman-era Swiss city, is a vibrant Alpine town with an arty edge.
These Ancient Greek statues used to be colourful
Two historians have created a new exhibition at the Met, returning Greek and Roman statues to their original colours.
Stolen artefacts recovered by police go on display in new Rome museum
Italy has been so successful in regaining ancient artworks and artefacts illegally exported from the country that it has now created a museum just for them.
From Rome to Drôme: Antiquity and gastronomy in the Northern Rhone
The character of this largely undiscovered slice of France is perhaps best characterised by kitchen supremo Philippe Girardon.
Hadrian's Wall under threat from climate change on 1900th birthday
Archaeologists fear climate change could lead to the destruction of many artefacts around the site of the Roman fortification in northern England.
Climate change threatens Hadrian's Wall treasures in England
Archaeologists say the rise in temperatures is a danger to a vast number of undiscovered Roman artefacts.
Merry Saturnalia! Which Christmas traditions are actually pagan?
Christmas is coming, but do you know which of your favourite things about the holiday were practiced by druids?
'Most exciting Roman mosaic discovery in the UK' found under farmland
The mosaic is part of what was believed to be an elaborate Roman villa complex between the 3rd and 4th century AD.
Spanish city of Merida hosts festival to rekindle with its Roman-past
Every year, Mérida re-enacts its Roman past by holding Emerita Lvdica, an event in which the city goes back to the 1st century AD, when the Romans lived in the city.
The Roman city lost to the Libyan Civil War
A forgotten historical gem in Libya is the best kept Roman ruin outside of Italy.
Pompeii discovery ‘first evidence’ Greek was also used in Ancient Rome
Archaeologists say the discovery of a well-preserved skeleton in a Pompeii tomb is the first confirmation that Greek was used in Ancient Rome alongside Latin.
Greek trio arrested for selling priceless Roman statue for €40,000
One of the three found the statue in his garden and asked the other two to sell it, police say.
Debunked: English cathedral's statue of Constantine not under threat
York Minster told Euronews it has not received "a single complaint" about the statue of the Roman emperor.
Entire ancient Roman town mapped out by radar technology
Researchers think the new technique could revolutionize the study of ancient settlements.
Rising from the ashes: Restored Herculaneum house opens to public
Pompeii wasn't the only Roman city to be engulfed by the eruption of Mount Vesuvius. Herculaneum was buried even deeper than its neighbour so its secrets are just beginning to be revealed.
Trove of jewels, beads and good luck charms found at Pompeii
Archaeologists say the finds at the House of the Garden in Regio V of Pompeii
Travel back in time with the 'Google Maps' of Ancient Rome
Travelling to the French Riviera from London takes a matter of hours nowadays but it would have taken a minimum of 24 days around 2,000 years ago.
Archaeologists uncover 5 'undisturbed' skeletons at Pompeii
The skeletons were found just over a week after charcoal inscriptions that rewrote Pompeii's history as we know it were discovered