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Hitler's Jurassic Monsters

17 June 2014

Senior Lecture in Modern European history Dr Toby Thacker and Reader in Bio-archaeology Dr Jacqui Mulville of the School of History, Archaeology and Religion feature in the documentary, revealing the untold story of a Nazi vision which went far beyond the military conquest of European countries.

CAER Heritage Project in Wales shortlisted for UK-wide public engagement award

11 June 2014

The CAER Heritage Project has just been announced as the overall winner of the NCCPE Awards, in addition to winner in the History and Heritage category at today's national awards at the National History Museum London.

International Society honours distinguished Cardiff professor

22 May 2014

The Prehistoric Society comes to the Welsh capital this month celebrating the achievements of Cardiff University archaeologist Professor Alasdair Whittle in the field of European prehistory with the prestigious Europa Conference.

Rendlesham find - Harness Mount

Anglo-Saxon royal village discovered

11 March 2014

Sutton Hoo excavations reveal new information.

Cardiff Offers first Massive Open Online Course

6 March 2014

Cardiff University's first MOOC (Massive Open Online Course) will start March 10 enabling anyone to study online, for free, wherever they are in the world.

Cardiff bay

Heritage Hunters

20 February 2014

Half term fun for all the family.

Books

Match made in research

14 February 2014

Cardiff husband and wife awarded prestigious research fellowships.

Early Neolithic carinated bowl

From surf to turf

13 February 2014

Archaeologists and chemists trace ancient British diets.

2500 year old remains

2,500 year-old human remains discovered

2 September 2013

Piecing together Iron Age life at Britain's largest hillfort.

royal deer park

Lost royal deer park discovered

31 July 2013

Cardiff-led excavations reveal new history of Brynkir