The head of a pre-historic winged lizard suspended in amber could fetch up to £4 million at auction.
It is a savage, brutal episode in Scotland’s history and largely forgotten.
Elizabeth I and Cleopatra are perhaps the most recognisable, but a new book, Warriors And Wenches, details some of the lesser-known women who made their mark on history.
I could feel the adrenaline pumping. My hands were sweaty, I forgot how to count and I lost the power of speech.
A neighbour saw my dad in the newsreel and ran to tell my mum… that’s how we discovered he was still alive
Flickering in and out of focus on her local cinema screen, Ellen Watters picked her husband’s face out of the crowd of black and white figures crammed into a prisoner of war camp.
Torn apart by war as the world was riven by conflict, only words on a page kept their young love alive.
OUR perspective on history is often coloured in shades of grey with black and white photographs offering the only view of the past.
MARIE CURIE has been voted the woman who has made the most significant impact on world history.
Do you remember when we were all in a state of shock because Bobby Ewing had been killed by his sister-in-law running over him with her car and months later, there he was in the shower like nothing had happened?
When we hear the word 'bikini' the first thing that springs to mind is scantily clad women frolicking on a beach.
ANNABELLE WALLIS has always come across as such a nice person.