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ISSN 1357-4442Editor: Simon Denison

Issue no 1, February 1995

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Contents

News

Brains found in medieval skulls
Dating gives clue to Stonehenge riddle
New Neolithic villages on Orkney
Historic textile mill may lose engine
In Brief

Features

Personality most ancient
Boxgrove Man didn't speak and ignored strangers, writes Clive Gamble

Hunting the origins of Roman London
Why did the Romans found London? Clive Orton reports on rival theories

Finders, keepers and losers
Detectorists make a huge number of finds but report few of them, and illicit detecting is rife. But liaison will bring progress, writes Simon Denison

Letters

covering military training, turning English and museum storage

Comment

Smoothing air archaeology's flight path
Air archaeology has transformed our understanding of the past. But it is now suffering a strange malaise writes Richard Morris.

Books

Noel Fojut on voyaging round the Viking world
David Mattingly on Pompeii and the town planners
Michael Lewis on two centuries of work in a short book

Obituary

Michael Jarrett

Interview

Simon Denison talks to Maurice Beresford


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