Guildhall Excavation Reveals Roman-Age Road Surface

Roman remains discovered at York Guildhall complex

Roman remains discovered at York Guildhall complex Over the past six months, on behalf of City of York Council, the York Archeological Trust (YAT) has been monitoring and recording any archeological deposits or features that  are uncovered by on-going reconstruction and renovation work at the Guildhall complex by VINCI Construction UK. While much of the site were extensively damaged in the […]

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Archaeologists in Mexico Discover Treasure of Mayan Civilization and Giant Sloth Fossils in a Vast Underwater Cave

Archaeologists in Mexico Discover Treasure of Mayan Civilization and Giant Sloth Fossils in a Vast Underwater Cave

Archaeologists in Mexico Discover Treasure of Mayan Civilization and Giant Sloth Fossils in a Vast Underwater Cave After 10 months of intensive research, scientists in Mexico discovered the largest flooded cave system in the world, and it is truly a wonderland of the underwater. Incredible 347 kilometers (216 miles) of subterranean caverns, this branching, sunk labyrinth is not only a […]

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The rare 13th century King John Royal Charter found in British Ushaw College Library

The rare 13th century King John Royal Charter found in British Ushaw College Library

The rare 13th century King John Royal Charter found in British Ushaw College Library A rare original royal charter, dating back 819 years, dubbed the first ever British ‘Who’s Who,’ was discovered by a stunned historian. The document bears the seal of King John, who reigned from 1199 to 1216, and was issued in York on 26 March 1200. It […]

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