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Caerleon complex Uncovering Roman Britain’s secrets

29/07/2011

Excavation of Caerleon’s ‘Lost City of the Legion’ begins

Aquamanile fragment Revealing Cosmeston’s medieval past

05/07/2011

Community archaeology project makes new discovery

Windmill Hill Neolithic Britain revealed

06/06/2011

New dating technique challenges traditional thinking about Stone Age

Josh Smith and Annabel Avison from Ysgol Gyfun Gwynllyw learn about the School’s Egyptian Sarcophagus Engaging with the past

09/05/2011

South Wales’ school pupils visit University for hands-on history event

Access Archaeology Access Archaeology

23/02/2011

Discover more about the lost city of the legion

The presentation of the Plowden Medal Plowden Medal

23/12/2010

Award for significant archaeological conservation work

Exploring the Past Exploring the past

07/10/2010

Delve into history and realise your potential

Roman armour being unearthed Roman armour discovery

14/09/2010

“Complete” suit of armour unearthed at South Wales’ site

Roman re-enactment What the Romans really did for us

27/08/2010

Find out more at the Caerleon Excavations Open Weekend

Reconstruction of Caerleon in the Roman period, showing the newly discovered monumental suburb (© 7reasons) Monumental discovery

11/08/2010

Major Roman site reveals hidden ‘city centre’

Humpback The human-animal interface

09/06/2010

Art and archaeology combine in a new public exhibition

Preserving our heritage Preserving our heritage

19/05/2010

Multi-disciplinary project sets out to revolutionise preservation of heritage iron

Getting Medieval! Getting Medieval!

19/05/2010

Step back in time and discover a pathway to learning

Animal art Animal art

26/01/2010

New interpretation of animal bones by artist in residence

Illustrations of tortoises Future Animals

05/12/2009

Young people design the animals of the next millennium

History: hands on History: hands on

26/10/2009

Past comes to life through archaeological finds

Students Chris Wilkins and Laura O’Mahony conserving the chandelier Chandelier conservation

29/05/2009

Rare chandelier restored and returned to Mid-Wales home

What is an aristocrat? What is an aristocrat?

10/03/2009

Leading French authority to speak at Humanities Building

Current Archaeology 2009 Archaeology comes alive

06/02/2009

Festival reveals latest findings to public audiences

Students digging up the past as part of an archaeological dig Young people’s learning gets a boost from the Beacons

27/01/2009

First round of Beacon funding awarded