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Ancient History

The Complete Tutankhamun

Nicholas Reeves

The Neanderthals Rediscovered

Dimitra Papagianni, Michael A. Morse

How to Build Stonehenge

Mike Pitts

Cities that Shaped the Ancient World

John Julius Norwich

The Red Sea Scrolls

Pierre Tallet, Mark Lehner

The Treasures of Tutankhamun

Garry J. Shaw

Egyptian Mythology

Garry J. Shaw

Ancient Rome: Infographics

Nicolas Guillerat, John Scheid, Milan Melocco, Philip Matyszak

The Tale of the Axe

David Miles

Digging Up Britain

Mike Pitts

Egyptologists’ Notebooks

Chris Naunton

The Sons of Caesar

Philip Matyszak

Blood of the Celts

Jean Manco Out of stock

Bigger Than History

Brian Fagan, Nadia Durrani

Josef Koudelka: Ruins

Josef Koudelka, Alain Schnapp, Héloïse Conésa, Bernard Latarjet Out of stock


Troy is a city of the imagination, as much as an archaeological fact. A recent show at the British Museum explored the Trojan myths and truths that have captivated us for more than 3,000 years.

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Roger Burrows, professor, inventor and author of '3D Thinking in Design and Architecture', takes us through the concepts of 3D thinking in design and architecture from antiquity to the future.

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Discover a love potion from the ancient world in this extract from 'Ancient Magic'.

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The British Museum

Who Was Ashurbanipal?

Warrior. Scholar. Empire builder. King slayer. Lion hunter. Librarian. The major exhibition at The British Museum in November was about one of history’s greatest forgotten kings – Ashurbanipal. Never heard of him? Don’t worry, you aren’t alone! Here is a quick guide to this powerful and fascinating ancient ruler.

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What can Giza’s treasures tell us about Ancient Egyptian civilization?

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