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By Dean Nicholas
Posted 16th June 2014, 10:31
West Germany take home the trophy for the first time.
Posted 16th June 2014, 9:40
By Christina Lee
Posted 12th June 2014, 14:14
Christina Lee reviews an exhibition at the British Library.
By Paul Lay
Posted 11th June 2014, 9:35
Our editor Paul Lay picks the books he'll be packing to the beach this summer.
By Martin Evans
Posted 10th June 2014, 10:00
Martin Evans on one of the most remarkable films to come out of the Middle East and North Africa in the past decade.
Posted 6th June 2014, 11:34
The furore over Michael Gove's plans for the English curriculum shows our collective amnesia over our rich sources of literature and history, writes Paul Lay.
Posted 5th June 2014, 9:44
Raoul McLaughlin talks about Rome’s desire for an African empire, a fierce struggle for trade, land and the search for the source of the Nile.
By Nathalie Aubert
Posted 4th June 2014, 11:30
A retrospective of the French photographer's work is at the Pompidou Centre, Paris until June 9th.
Posted 3rd June 2014, 9:37
The winners of this year's prestigious history prize have been announced.
By Marc Morris
Posted 2nd June 2014, 9:59
The violence and gore in the hit TV series simply reflect the bloodiness of the Middle Ages, right? Not necessarily, says Marc Morris.
Posted 29th May 2014, 11:02
A selection of responses to Ian Mortimer's article in our June issue.
By Matt Lodder
Posted 15th May 2014, 12:19
A retrospective of the artist's career at London's Tate gallery.
By Matthew Nicholls
Posted 14th May 2014, 9:38
A vivid, colourful evocation of the city in AD 315.
Posted 2nd May 2014, 12:47
Archaeologists have confirmed that the town of Amesbury in Wiltshire, located two miles from Stonehenge, is the longest continuously occupied settlement in Britain.