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King Billy's bombs seen again at Limerick: excavators find unexploded shells that were meant to blow houses apart
Roman horseman reunited with his head
Portmahomack monastery dated to 6th century
Development threats prompt Scottish Battlefields Register
Forgotten 'royal' graves found in Carmarthen church: George III's first marriage casts doubt on legitimacy of the Queen
Great sites: Hoxne
Chris Tolan-Smith recalls the brick pit where artefacts were first recognised as signs of humanity's great antiquity
Meet the metal makers
Metal came relatively late to Britain. But it was here that a remarkable new compound was perfected. It was called bronze. Paul Budd reports.
Offa versus the Welsh
Offa's Dyke used to be thought of as just a boundary line. New research suggests it was built in earnest for defence against the kingdom of Powys. David Hill explains.
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