EXCAVATION REVEALS NEW INSIGHTS INTO ICENI PEOPLE DURING ROMAN PERIOD (Heritagedaily 08/30/2022)

The Iceni were an Iron Age tribe, who inhabited the flatlands and marshes of present-day Norfolk, Suffolk, and parts of Cambridgeshire. They allied with Rome during Claudius’ conquest of Britain in AD 43, however, Roman encroachment after the death of the Iceni King, Prasutagus, led to tribal revolts against Roman occupation.

RESEARCHERS DOCUMENT 1,000-YEAR-OLD PAINTINGS EXCAVATED IN SUDAN (Heritagedaily 08/29/2022)

The paintings were found in 2021 by the University of Khartoum, University of the Nile Valley (NVU) and Sudanese archaeologists. The church has a primary nave and two small side naves, constructed from dried mud brick and a lining layer of burnt bricks. Several Greek inscriptions have been identified on some of the surviving walls,…