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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

Muslim Council of Britain leader visits prestigious research centre

26 May 2022

New Secretary General welcomed at the Centre for the Study of Islam in the UK

Conservation alumni at Getty Centre

LA Conservation

25 May 2022

Conservation staff speak at 50th American Institute for Conservation

Maille Man helps keep heritage alive

19 May 2022

Cardiff-trained conservator shares expertise in Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan

Enriching Student Life Awards 2022

18 May 2022

School celebrates those going the extra mile for students

History of Roman Eunuchs revealed

16 May 2022

Ancient historian writes first book devoted to Roman eunuchs

Understanding Muslim Mental Health

16 May 2022

Training for professionals aimed at increasing awareness of the challenges facing Muslim communities

The power of research

12 May 2022

Celebrating research power in Research Excellence Framework 2021

Historian sets scene for autobiographical production by Welsh dramatist

10 May 2022

Cardiff lecturer shares insights in National Theatre talk

Persians: Definitive new history of the world’s first superpower published

7 April 2022

Latest book from internationally renowned ancient history expert details largest of the ancient empires

Art That Made Us

30 March 2022

Cardiff historian contributes to landmark television series telling an alternative history of the British Isles

Conservation experts support Tunisian heritage

29 March 2022

Conservator-academics deliver conservation training for heritage management professionals in North Africa

Pandemics past and present: How do we endure and what can new archaeological investigation of the Black Death reveal?

24 March 2022

ENDURE set to reveal the uneven impact of the Black Death with parallels apparent for 21st century global pandemic experience