ProfessorAbe and his wife begin a series of reports on an extended trip through Jordan and its long history.
A cave deep under a building in a Basque resort town is the home of spectacular cave paintings...but they won't be opened to the public.
In the final post of a series, Marilyn Jones visits the Citadel of Women, in a 10th-century complex that was originally Hindu.
2,500 years ago this place most likely held the greatest wealth on earth. Grand Escapades visits Pasargadae where it all started - the large Achaemenid Empire with Cyrus (580 - 529 BC) as its first king.
Join Marilyn Jones for part 2 of her series of visits to the beautiful ancient temples of Cambodia.
Ian Cook shares some of the highlights of a visit to the ancient city of Kourion, which was at its peak during the late Roman era. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Ian Cook shares a visit to the Tombs of Kings in Cyprus, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
A prison that may once have housed St. Peter and St. Paul re-opens with a new multi-media tour.
Another privately-funded project to save Rome's historic heritage completes part of the work on the Colosseum, funded by the Tod's group.
Norway's Viking Ship Museum will soon have an addition that will triple its space and allow for more exhibitions.
A trio of amateur archaeologists turns up Denmark's largest-ever hoard of Viking-era gold.
Builder's find a Roman barracks while building a station for the new Metro Line C; it will become an archaeological museum within the station.
A boat stranded on a sandbar poses a challenge. Wait for the tide to rise, or go explore? Guess what Kirsten Hines did.....
The Grey Traveller's been on a recent trip down the Nile and found her experience immensely enhanced by the Egyptologist guide who led her group.
Parts of a Viking runestone, sketched in 1767 and missing since shortly after, have now been found in a farmyard and will now be displayed in a museum.