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Cover of British Archaeology 110

Issue 110

Jan / Feb 2010

Contents

news

Burnt mound theory tested to perfection

Dig find proves flowers placed in bronze age graves

UK's first complete Roman lantern found in Suffolk

Research continues as Saxon hoard is valued at £3.3m

in the press

in brief & phase 2

features

Newhenge: Latest discoveries and interpretations from the Stonehenge Riverside Project team

Dig the beat: Exploring pop music from an archaeological perspective, including additional online content

THE BIG DIG Mellor: A hillfort in the garden: This long-running research excavation near Stockport, Greater Manchester, is now ready for publication

The Peat Men from Clonycavan and Oldcroghan: Findings of the Bog Bodies Research Project at the National Museum of Ireland, with Bibliography

letters

your views and responses

on the web

Caroline Wickham-Jones looks at archaeological gifts

Dan Pett summarises the website set-up and technologies for the Staffordshire Hoard

spoilheap

faux pas

science

Sebastian Payne asks what cremation burials can tell us

in view

Greg Bailey is impressed by Open University broadcasting

CBA Correspondent

Lynne Walker and Sue Morecroft look at the past year of listed building casework

my archaeology

David Attenborough remembers the early days of television

 

ISSN 1357-4442

Editor Mike Pitts

Issue 110, January / February 2010

contents

news

All the latest archaeology news from around the country

features

Newhenge

Latest discoveries and interpretations from the Stonehenge Riverside Project team

Dig the beat

Exploring pop music from an archaeological perspective, including additional online content

THE BIG DIG Mellor: A hillfort in the garden

This long-running research excavation near Stockport, Greater Manchester, is now ready for publication

The Peat Men from Clonycavan and Oldcroghan

Findings of the Bog Bodies Research Project at the National Museum of Ireland, with Bibliography

on the web

Caroline Wickham-Jones looks at archaeological gifts and Dan Pett gives an overview of the Staffordshire Hoard website

letters

Your views and responses

spoilheap

"Who are you calling an ancestor?", what it means to be British, and political faux pas

science

Sebastian Payne asks what cremation burials can tell us

in view

Greg Bailey is impressed by Open University broadcasting

CBA Correspondent

Lynne Walker and Sue Morecroft review the past year of listed building casework

my archaeology

David Attenborough remembers the early days of television

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