A British team has just completed eight years of survey and excavation in Sparta, Greece
The British School at Athens managed to obtain coveted permission to excavate
Harnessing the tourist industry to help Mediterranean historical sites
The Getty's floating conference on the conservation of archaeological sites.
Oxford’s new Professor of Classical Archaeology and Art advocates for history by other means.
Bert Smith calls for scholars with broader interests who publish their material.
Attempts to secure funding for British archaeology abroad
Keep British archaeology great
Lords Rothschild and Sainsbury act to protect Butrint
The British School at Rome and the Tirana Institute of Archaeology are excavating Albania’s most important site.
London museums find individuals are still more generous than corporations
One spectacular example is the Hotung Gallery in the British Museum, funded through £2 million from the Hong Kong businessman Joseph Hotung
Britain's Art and Antiques Squad harnesses the latest image technology to aid crime solving
Scotland Yard launches computer system with international potential
First exhibition of pre-Raphaelite sculpture
The response to the first critical study of this subject has been enthusiastic
Werner Spies on Ernst as the inventor of the Surrealist universe
Spies, art critic and friend of the Surrealist, talks about his exhibition opening this month at the Tate Gallery
Nazi 'degenerate art' show to be reconstructed in LA
An irony that the American art world will enjoy after the Mapplethorpe censorship row: the N.E.A. is sponsoring a partial replay of the Nazi “Entartete Kunst” exhibition of 1937