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Were Bronze Age dogs vegetarians? Protein in 3,000-year-old bones reveal domesticated canines had a diet of primarily cereal grains Early domesticated dogs fed off meat scraps from hunter-gatherers As...

Bronze Age Deliveroo! Austrian miners had their dinners DELIVERED to their workplace 3,000 years ago, study finds Experts studied plant and cereal product remains from the 11th – 9th century BC  They...

Ancient bronze figurine of a bull is discovered in Greece that may have been an offering made to the god Zeus in Ancient Olympia 3,000 years ago The figurine was discovered ‘poking out of the ground’...

Women’s football teams perform better when they adapt their training to their MENSTRUAL CYCLES, England star Lucy Bronze claims Lucy Bronze has spoke about the impact of periods on an athlete’s...

Rare Bronze Age spear is discovered by a metal detectorist on a Jersey beach that is ‘completely different’ to any artefact previously found Copper alloy spearhead was found near Gorey Harbour...

Europe’s first common currency: Early Bronze Age people used rings, bangles and even axe blades as an early form of money 5,000 years ago Researchers examined more than 5,000 objects from 100 ancient...

‘Europe’s oldest battle’ in Germany’s Tollense Valley 3,250 years ago may actually have been a brutal MASSACRE of 1,400 Bronze Age merchants Tollense Valley in Germany is believed...

Bronze Age cultures had a tradition of keeping human remains as relics for several generations including turning them into musical instruments Radiocarbon dating revealed cases of human remains being...

Sexism during the Bronze Age trickled over to HORSES and stallions were preferred to mares because they symbolised masculinity, power and strength Researchers studied horse DNA dating from between 40,000...

London’s ancient beauty secrets revealed: ‘Havering Hoard’ reveals Britons preened themselves with bronze razors and tweezers 2,900 years ago Havering Hoard includes 453 artefacts from...

Remains of a Bronze Age chieftain are unearthed in Gloucestershire alongside the body of his ‘shaman’ who may have been offered up as a human sacrifice The burial site was discovered in the...

London’s largest ever Bronze Age treasure trove the ‘Havering Hoard’ featuring axes, daggers and copper ingots will go on display at Docklands Museum in April Havering hoard features...

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Huge Bronze Age treasure hoard unearthed on the banks of the Thames may have been an ‘offering to the gods’ before it was buried 3,000 years ago Axes, swords, spears, daggers and jewellery among the...

Volcanic eruption may have led to Napoleon’s Waterloo defeat According to new research, Napoleon Bonaparte’s defeat at Waterloo may have been due to electrically charged volcanic ash ‘short-circuited’...

4,000-year-old textiles found in Cambridgeshire reveal Bronze Age Britons used a thread-making technique previously believed to have never left Ancient Egypt Splicing is a technique in which plant fibres...