How we traced the origin of the sarsen stones.
Archaeologists reveal two-kilometre ring of pits around the neolithic Durrington Walls by studying old geophysical surveys.
Your taste for cheese and yoghurt may never have been satisfied were it not for illicit microbial sex.
Ancient farmers ensured their children were fed and entertained in a similar way to modern parents.
Armed conflict in Syria has been a disaster for the area's cultural heritage. A displaced archaeologist describes what's being lost.
Stone Age people in Egypt showed great respect for their dead, providing a glimpse of what was to come in the Dynastic period.
Considering language from a biological perspective led researchers to the idea that new food processing technologies affected neolithic human beings' jaws – and allowed new language sounds to emerge.
Let’s worry about the future of Brexit, not its prehistory.
Trying to save Neolithic rock art made by our ancient ancestors is no easy task. But it tells us how people used to live.
From the tropics of Borneo, Darren Curnoe posted a daily diary sharing his team's dig to explore ancient cemeteries. Through two metres of clay, human bones and tools were discovered.
An archaeological dig at Cat's Brain has unearthed a remarkable insight into life in Britain before Stonehenge.
It's arguably Europe's premier Bronze Age art site -– but it has spent the last 50 years hidden underground.
Piecing together how Stonehenge came to be reveals similarities and differences with other monuments of the time.