The 13th-century weapon was found in the River Witham in Lincolnshire, in the United Kingdom, in 1825.
Burials recovered at the site of a Medieval convent reveal a nun's life wasn't so idyllic.
Until now, little was known about Hosn Niha, a Roman-Byzantine village located in the Bekaa Valley in Lebanon. Continue reading →
Injuries suggest the man may have participated in a form of jousting called tourney.
The names of the dead remain a mystery, but the excavation suggests they were poor. Continue reading →
People were laid to rest without coffins, and even without shrouds, confirming the cemetery was mainly for the poor.
The bodies, which were lined up head to feet, were found at the site of an ancient cemetery attached to the Trinity Hospital, which was founded in the 13th century.
A powerful, custom-built machine was used to suck up the massive, mushy mess that had accumulated to nearly three feet in depth. Continue reading →
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