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Conservation and the Climate Crisis

24 January 2023

Cardiff conservators design training for practical implementation in museums

1.	 Stacked mummy pots, each containing a mummified ibis. South Ibis Catacomb, North Saqqara

Dating the Dead

16 January 2023

Revolutionising the chronology and context at Saqqara’s Sacred Animal Necropolis

Archaeology degrees receive CIfA accreditation

9 January 2023

Undergraduate archaeology degrees at Cardiff are the latest to be formally accredited as providing skills relevant to a career in the historic environment.

Mapping the Buddha's life: Reconstructing the Xuanzang Trail

15 December 2022

Experts in archaeology and religious studies are following the footsteps of a famous early influential Chinese Buddhist traveler

Cardiff Archaeology celebrates early medieval archaeology research

12 December 2022

Host of archaeologists and alumni gather to honour contributions of admired archaeology staff

Dave Wyatt showing children hillfort

Schools join forces to develop next generation of historians and artists

10 November 2022

Young people get creative to unearth their city’s past

2022 30Ish Alumni Award winners

Rule-breakers and Change-makers: 30ish alumni making a big impact

20 October 2022

The University’s first 30(ish) Awards celebrated the achievements of alumni who have made a positive contribution to their community, and all before they hit 30. Well, 30(ish).

Royal Hall of the East Anglian Kings discovered

13 October 2022

Evidence of the 1,400 year-old royal hall of the first Kings of East Anglia has been unearthed in the Rendlesham Revealed project.

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