Keep calm and carry on cooking: Norman Conquest of 1066 did little to change people’s eating habits
Archaeologists from the University of Sheffield and Cardiff University have combined the latest scientific methods to offer new insights into life during the Norman Conquest of England.
The earthquake that shocked Europe: how Lisbon recovered after 1755
Dr David McCallam, from the School of Languages and Cultures, discusses the media sensation caused by an earthquake in Lisbon.
Lost pyramids of the Aztecs
Dr Caroline Dodds Pennock, from the University of Sheffield's Department of History, discusses Aztec gods and Aztec culture.Published by Channel 4
People needed to help uncover stories of Yorkshire’s industrial past and communities
A new app that is inviting people to help uncover the history behind one of Yorkshire’s oldest industrial areas by submitting photos and stories of the landmarks that matter to them, has been launched this week.
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