Winged statue of Victory to return to Housesteads Roman Fort, Northumberland

Roman statue of Victory to return to Housesteads Roman Fort, Northumberland as part of a new exhibition. The statue returns for the first time … [Read more...]





Ritual burial theory overturned in Maryport

Archaeologists and Roman experts may have to re-write history due to finds in Cumbria during a recent excavation. The excavation, on land adjacent … [Read more...]





Book review; Deadlock and Deliverance

The lands on the border of Scotland and England are probably more famous for being the northern most outpost of the Roman Empire, with Hadrian's Wall … [Read more...]





Lanercost Priory, Cumbria

Lanercost Priory in Cumbria, was originally founded by Henry II in the 12th Century as an Augustinian Monastery.  Canons were brought from Norfolk … [Read more...]





Hadrain’s Wall Illuminated

Saturday 13th March saw the spectacular illumination of Hadrian's Wall, bringing to life Britain’s longest, and greatest, historic monument. 500 … [Read more...]





Death of a King – Burgh by Sands

Every year thousands of people pass through the small village of Burgh by Sands on their walk along the Hadrian's Wall National Trail but few people … [Read more...]