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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.
Germany and Austria repatriate 19th-century human remains to Hawaii
The bones were originally collected by a German naturalist around 1880 but will now be transported to Hawaii for burial.
Mexico calls on France to stop 'brazen' sale of pre-Hispanic artefacts
The President of Mexico Andrés Manuel López Obrador says French auction houses had gone beyond the pale with brazen sales of pre-Hispanic artefacts.
Submerged Roman city in Italy reveals ancient Roman mosaics
Divers, snorkelers, and tourists visit all year round - to travel back in time and swim through ancient streets, past mosaics, statues, columns, and the remains of what was once a seaside resort for wealthy Romans.
Malta is on the UK's green list: How to plan the perfect trip
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Diving among ancient ruins where Romans used to party
Fish dart across mosaic floors and into the ruined villas, where holidaying Romans once drank, plotted and flirted in the party town of Baiae, now an underwater archaeological park near Naples
Inca mummy renamed during ceremony in Bolivia
The Bolivian government held a ceremony in the presence of Indigenous authorities to rename a mummified Inca girl, honouring them during the celebration of the World's Indigenous People's Day on Monday.
Stolen Roman statue recovered by Italian art police after chance discovery in Belgium
The find was made in Brussels by two off-duty officers from the Carabinieri Art Squad, Italy's specialist art and antiquities crime unit.
Bronze Age stone slab believed to be oldest 3D map in Europe
The Saint-Bélec slab was first unearthed in Brittany in 1900 but spent the last century in the cellars of the Musée d'Archeologie Nationale in Saint Germain en Laye.
€400,000 15th century Chinese artifact bought for €30 at US yard sale
The piece, one of only seven such bowls known to exist in the world, will be up for auction in New York on March 17 as part of Sotheby’s Auction of Important Chinese Art.
French MPs approve return of looted artefacts to Benin and Senegal
Benin is to receive 26 artefacts plundered from the Palace of Behanzin in 1892, including a throne, while a sword and its sheath will be restituted to Senegal.
Charles Darwin's notebooks reported stolen from Cambridge library
The notebooks, estimated to be worth millions of pounds, include the 19th-century scientist’s famous "Tree of Life" sketch. They haven’t been seen since 2000.
Rope-climbing workers help restore Rome landmark
They climbed the Basilica of Saint Mary of the Altar of Heaven to renovate its wooden roof beams after rain and wind damage.
How colour pictures are bringing Auschwitz prisoners to life
Digital colourist Marina Amaral, the woman behind the Faces of Auschwitz project, explains why her work colourising pictures of Auschwitz inmates is so vital, despite the toll it takes personally.
The old silk factory using Da Vinci's 500-year-old machine design
A small but historical workshop is going centuries back in time to make silk.
Brazil, Mexico to work together to rebuild devastated Rio museum
Brazil's National Museum was destroyed by a massive blaze in September.
Oldest known human drawing found in South African cave
Scientists said on Wednesday that they have discovered the world's oldest drawing on a small rock in South Africa.
Rome: Baths of Caracalla open to public
The demand for guided tours at the 1,800 historic site, has been so great that the site is once again open for night tours
Watch: Century-old throne refurbished ahead of Japanese enthronement
Watch: Refurbishment of the 106-year-old throne is taking place ahead of the enthronement of the Crown Prince Naruhito as Emperor of Japan.