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archaeologist Rhiannon Philp showed presenter Tessa Dunlop on the Gower peninsular.

Walking in prehistoric footsteps

22 September 2016

A Cardiff University PhD student is shedding light on what the Welsh coastline can tell us about our prehistoric ancestors and the world they inhabited millennia ago in a new BBC2 series.

Inspirational scholar’s career celebrated

14 September 2016

A special Crusader conference honouring scholarship inspired by a Cardiff University professor brings world experts to the Welsh capital.

Mesolithic Teeth

Teeth tell a tale

8 September 2016

8,500 year-old human remains advance understanding of changes in prehistoric diet

Scilly

Lyonesse project published

26 August 2016

New study shows impact of 12,000 years of sea level rises on Isles of Scilly

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How did our medieval ancestors live?

5 August 2016

Ground-breaking project to give picture of everyday life from peasants to elite

Pollen Story

Footprints in Time

28 July 2016

Archaeology connects young people with their past and future

Exploring the Past pathway students graduating in 2016

Pathway students graduate in ever-increasing range of degrees

13 July 2016

An innovative Cardiff University scheme offering people a way back into education celebrates its second group of graduates this year.

Cardiff historians in Moscow

Cardiff historians make history

11 July 2016

Historians from Cardiff University begin historic exchange with Russia's most prestigious institution of learning

Image of Mametz Wood today

100 years on: the legacy of Mametz Wood

7 July 2016

A leading historian gives a fresh perspective on the notorious World War One battle involving Welsh volunteers.

Emeritus Professor Miranda Aldhouse-Green receives her award at the Society for American Archaeology Awards on 8 April in Orlando.

CSI meets ancient bog bodies

23 June 2016

Cardiff academic’s new book scoops international award