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Issue 106

May / June 2009

Contents

news

Breton hoard of stone axeheads is first for UK

Flint finds point to Scotland's first people

Antiquities Scheme unearths second Roman pan

In the press

In Brief & Phase 2

features

Beneath the Sea Special: Part 1
Discovery and work on HMS Victory

Beneath the Sea Special: Part 2
Underwater landscapes and the Swash Channel wreck

THE BIG DIG: Wallingford
Community research project in this historic Oxfordshire town, said to have been founded by King Alfred

The Nighthawing Report
While most metal detectorists give positive contributions to the archaological world, nobody is perfect. Pete Wilson considers tackling the rogues

spoilheap

Proud of all humanity – and Homophobic (Latin or Greek?)

on the web

Recommended websites
Discovering historic landscapes, and a major Gallo-Belgic pottery resource

letters

your views and responses

CBA Correspondent

Gill Chitty introduces some recent examples from the CBA's advocacy files

 

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Editor Mike Pitts

Issue 106, May / June 2009

contents

news

All the latest archaeology news from around the country

features

Beneath the Sea Special: Part 1

Discovery and work on HMS Victory

Beneath the Sea Special: Part 2

Underwater landscapes and the Swash Channel wreck

THE BIG DIG: Wallingford

Community research project in this historic Oxfordshire town, said to have been founded by King Alfred

The Nighthawing Report

While most metal detectorists give positive contributions to the archaological world, nobody is perfect. Pete Wilson considers tackling the rogues

spoilheap

Proud of all humanity – and Homophobic (Latin or Greek?)

on the web

Caroline Wickham-Jones discovers historic landscapes, and a major Gallo-Belgic pottery resource is introduced

letters

Your views and responses, including additional responses from Beneath the Sea

CBA Correspondent

Gill Chitty introduces some recent examples from the CBA's advocacy files

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Abdul-Zahra al-Telagani, spokesman for the Iraqi Tourism and Antiquities Ministry, welcomes the first western tourists since mid-2003. Reuters

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