Prehistoric skeletal remains of a group of foragers massacred in northern Kenya's Rift Valley around 10,000 years ago offer earliest evidence of a violent encounter between clashing groups
Study of Neolithic stone tools from Haua Fteah cave show evidence of gradual transition between nomadic and settled lifestyles
New study shows the Romans weren't quite as clean as was once thought
Must Farm excavations reveal Bronze Age wooden roundhouses almost in same state of presesrvation as the day they plunged into the Fens 3,000 years ago
Martin Jones and Colin Renfrew, (University of Cambridge), awarded medals at the second Shanghai Archaeology Forum in recognition of their research.
Twenty-seventh McDonald Annual Lecture by Prof. Norman Yoffee (University of Michigan) - Counternarratives of Early States in Mesopotamia (and Elsewhere)