How would you like to root around in a 2000 year-old toilet?! The Romans created aqueducts, newspapers, and bound books... but did you know they helped create the toilets[...]
What can we tell from the study of BONES? According to Tina, we can tell an awful lot about a person by studying their bones - even centuries after they died. This process is [...]
Around 350 BC, the Greek philosopher Plato wrote about an island situated in front of the Pillars of Hercules, that disappeared under the sea in one day and one night. Acco[...]
When we visit art galleries or learn about art in school, we tend to think of paintings on canvas, sculpture or photographs. Often these will be clearly recogn[...]
As skeleton found under a car park in Leicester has been identified as that of King Richard III, who ruled England from 1483 to 1485. Richard has been pictured as a tyrant king. Th[...]
Our contributor Dr Corrinne Burns is a chemist (not a person who works in a pharmacy and doles out medicine, but an expert in the science of chemistry). She is an exhibit designer [...]
Ruth is a professional archaeologist. She spends most of her time below ground, running archaeological excavations on busy construction sites. If you have ever wondered how to beco[...]
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