Richard Hodges says the rubbish tips of Anglo-Saxon London and Southampton contain intriguing evidence of England’s first businessmen.
Archaeologists in Italy are uncovering fascinating evidence about the origins of Italy’s medieval hilltop villages to create a new and compelling picture of the circumstances that brought them into being, says Richard Hodges.
Richard Hodges shows how new evidence is leading to a fresh understanding of the role of the Vikings in European history.
The ancient town of Zeugma, now flooded by the damned Euphrates
Richard Hodges reviews the evidence for long-distance trade in his empire.
In the 50 years after its opening in 1948 by dictator Enver Hoxhe, Albania's Institute of Archaology is now suffering from a funding shortage, but is still maintinaing its work and museum.
The advance party reached their final destination on July 24th, 1847.