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Antiquities were high stakes and high profit in 16th-century Rome, and no one was above breaking the law for loot.
Writing treaties in two languages can lead to unexpected problems.
Not content with bringing aqueducts, sanitation and roads, the Romans transformed Britain’s flora and fauna.
How the Nazi persecution of Jews shaped the African-American freedom struggle.
All the winners from this year's awards ceremony.
The devastating fire at Notre-Dame destroyed more than just bricks.
If tensions between the US and Iran in the Persian Gulf lead to war, it will not be the first time.
The by-elections of 1938 are part of the long history of Independent Progressives in British politics.
Despite his influence on the likes of Charles Darwin, the 18th-century ‘parson-naturalist’ is sorely underrated.
Throughout the 1970s, the feminist group Dolle Mina combined radical protests with conceptual art.