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Past climate of Cape Town revealed in study

22 September 2022

Research on the Southern Hemisphere’s longest written daily weather record prior to the 19th century

Horse head

Hoofing It – uncovering the mystery of Baltic graves holding horses and humans over a millennia

20 September 2022

Experts are set to unlock the secrets of communities that famously treasured horses over centuries in a new international multi-discipline project

How archaeology is revealing the economies supporting feasting in the ancient world

2 August 2022

Cardiff archaeology applies acclaimed bioarchaeological expertise to ancient Greek city-states and identity

Empire unbound

27 July 2022

New look at empire building in North Africa balances impact of transnational networks and cooperation with Muslim elites

Historian becomes Fellow of the British Academy

26 July 2022

Emeritus Professor of Economic History recognised for outstanding work in her field

Bronze Age enclosure could offer earliest clues on the origins of Cardiff

13 July 2022

Volunteers and archaeologists find clay pot which could be around 3,000 years old

Celebrating Indian Religions with new hindu research institute

4 July 2022

Cardiff professor attends international inauguration of new UK centre focused on the scriptures of Hinduism in the ancient Indian language of Sanskrit

Archaeological dig at park could uncover 2,000-year-old hidden history

1 July 2022

Enclosed settlement discovered near Roman villa could have origins in the Iron Age

Vast ‘Dark Ages’ burial site unearthed as most significant discovery in a generation

23 June 2022

Cardiff archaeology alumni help to reveal largest early Anglo-Saxon inhumation cemetery

Chickens for life not just for dinner

6 June 2022

Animals now mass reared for meat and eggs were initially regarded as exotica and had special roles