A town in Denmark that already has a Viking festival will soon have a new ancient Viking fortress
One of the Eternal City's prime tourist attractions gets a hefty price hike.
Record-breaking crowds for a show of the Egyptian boy-king's artifacts lead to an extension.
A major new dig in a remote area between Tajikistan and Afghanistan reveals over 4,000 years of history.
As Egypt works to rebuild its tourism numbers, it's re-opening two pyramids long off-limits to visitors.
Paul Hunter takes us on a tour of some of the many ancient churches of North Yorkshire, revealing a colourful history often spanning many eras.
Two recently-discovered graves offer new insights into Viking life; parts of the find will soon be on display in two Swedish museums.
Just off the end of Shetland's main airport, Jarlshof shows signs of life in the Stone, Bronze and Iron ages as well as Pictish, Viking and Scottish peoples
Gumbo was visiting the ancient city of Polonnaruwa in Sri Lanka. The city dates to the 11th century and contains some beautifully preserved ruins and art.
In the first of two parts, DrFumblefinger helps us to a sense of Rome as it was in its heyday
Land clearance has started, and bids are out to build a major airport in an area archaeologists and others say is too fragile and important to risk.
Excavation near the Colosseum has revealed a lost treasure of Roman art and history, now being excavated.
In Morocco, Marilyn Jones visits a city founded by Rome in the 1st century and inhabited through the 18th, to see Africa's best-preserved Roman ruins
Marilyn Jones explores the fabled site of ancient Troy...and all the Troys that took its place.
In Aalborg, Denmark, a startling discovery under the very street the town's historical museum is located on.