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Making our own monuments

20 December 2021

What Glastonbury Festival’s Swan Circle says about us

Runes and the riddle of the Anglo-Saxon pendant

16 December 2021

Cardiff archaeologist discusses a puzzling Anglo-Saxon name inscribed on 1,000 year-old cross found during pandemic

Much more than mummies: colossal research reveals Bronze Age life on outer edges of Britain

13 December 2021

New book from the team behind Cladh Hallan research sequences the roundhouse way of life in prehistoric South Uist

Original artworks honour people behind heritage project success

17 November 2021

Cardiff University collaboration unveiled at site of iron age hillfort

Director of Islam-UK Centre receives OBE

Director of Islam-UK Centre receives OBE

16 November 2021

Professor in Religious and Theological Studies attends investiture

Every life counts: Bearing witness to the Holocaust in South Wales

11 November 2021

Cardiff Synagogue memorial tablet research sheds light on 100 Jewish victims linked to Welsh capital

Cardiff historian lends expertise to Cyfartha Castle ambitions

8 November 2021

Welsh History expert joins board of major project in Merthyr

Architectural historian Dr Mark Baker

I’m a Celebrity makes a lasting star of Welsh castle

8 November 2021

North Wales castle has risen like a phoenix through decades of campaigning by Cardiff alumnus in a positive pandemic twist

Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol Awards

19 October 2021

History graduate wins national award

Offa’s Dyke Path at 50

18 October 2021

Archaeologists discover new stretch of monument designed to impress

Finding the archaeological footprint of the Druids

12 October 2021

Award-winning alumna in conversation at Cardiff Archaeology Research Series to launch latest book

Conservation specialist awarded Plowden Medal

5 October 2021

Professor of Conservation receives high honour for Services to the Conservation Profession

Heritage centre showcases 6,000 years of West Cardiff history

29 September 2021

Grand opening marks ten years of transformative project in Caerau and Ely communities

Time-travelling playground swings into action

15 September 2021

Prehistoric-themed outdoor space opens thanks to local funding support

Conservation champion recognised in prestigious national awards

13 September 2021

Professor of Conservation nominated in Woman in STEM category of Chwarae Teg Womenspire Awards 2021

Taking new research into feasting and ancient diet to modern masses at Stonehenge.

Savouring the prehistoric at the British Science Festival

8 September 2021

Guerrilla Archaeology serve up Neolithic menu at Stonehengebury's

What lies beneath: origins of Arthur’s Stone revealed by archaeologists

12 August 2021

First ever excavation of ancient site that inspired beloved children’s novel links to Halls of the Dead

University’s Welsh-language ambitions shared at Eisteddfod AmGen 2021

3 August 2021

Introduction to new Welsh Language Academy part of festival coverage

Student delivers presentation

From hospitality to the heritage sector

30 July 2021

Project supporting adult learners without formal qualifications unearths first class graduate as it celebrates 10 year anniversary

Zooarchaeology to unlock development of Nuragic culture in prehistoric Sardinia

26 July 2021

Latest scientific techniques to reveal behaviours that shaped the mysterious culture named after its world-famous tower-fortresses