Recent years have seen the emergence of scholarship on the history of archaeology and receptions of the classical past. Neither of these trends has fully engaged with the visual evidence, particularly that of photography, or with the material form of the archive itself. Using archival photographs taken at the site of Dura-Europos from 1928 to [...]
The archaeological archive administered by the Israel Antiquities Authority is now becoming available to research online after a massive programme of digitisation and scanning
Lux in Arcana exhibition reveals 100 original historical documents from the Vatican Secret Archive including letters from Mary Queen of Scots and Marie Antoinette
Archaeological site information is precious; once excavated it is the only knowledge we have of the site. Katy Meyers argues for greater public access
New documents that shed light on the history of our ancestors – such as the names of clock and watch owners in the late 18th Century and 18,000 maps and town plans dating back to the 1580s.