Whether he’s an aesthete or a peacock, the sharp-dressed man never goes away. Matthew Sweet gets smart with history
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After a thousand years, the Vikings are still with us. As they storm the British Museum, Charles Emmerson asks re-enactors, archaeologists, tattooists and other fans one question: why?
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A Walk on the Wild Side: Robert Macfarlane walks the Mourne Mountains in Northern Ireland, formed 60m years ago
A Walk on the Wild Side: the mountains of northern Sweden are a fitting backdrop to a majestic walk. William Fiennes fulfils a dream and follows the King’s Trail
The exhibition "Genesis" was eight years in the making. The photographer tells Simon Willis what drew him to Ethiopia
In a distant corner of Ladakh, they have never had electricity—but they do have sunshine. Duncan McKenzie tells Rahul Bhattacharya how he captured our latest photo essay