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Issue 112

May / Jun 2010

news

Rare prehistoric finds at major Carlisle dig

Hammerwich hoard "saved" – but who for?

Mary Rose studies query science of tracing migration

Surprising age of new-found stone row on Dartmoor

in brief & phase 2

features

University archaeology

THE BIG DIG: Discovering Bosworth

The Buried Gods of Gogmagog

Three Men and a (Leaky) Boat

on the web

Caroline Wickham-Jones investigates the archaeological value of encyclopaedic websites and Stuart Jeffrey describes the Grey Lierature Library

science

A child's gift to science, the human remains debate

letters

Your views and responses

CBA Correspondent

Mike Heyworth explores the great rewards and challenges of undersea archaeology

 

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Editor Mike Pitts

Issue 112, May / June 2010

contents

news

All the latest archaeology news from around the country

features

University archaeology

James Doeser investigates the future for archaeology teaching and research after the announcement of budget cuts

THE BIG DIG: Discovering Bosworth

Glenn Foard reports on the findings and location of the famous Medieval battlefield

The Buried Gods of Gogmagog

A controversial discovery of chalk figures in a Cambridgeshire hillfort

Three Men and a (Leaky) Boat

Helen Geake asks: Was King Raedwald really buried at Sutton Hoo?

on the web

Caroline Wickham-Jones investigates the archaeological value of encyclopaedic websites and Stuart Jeffrey describes the Grey Lierature Library

science

A child's gift to science, the human remains debate

letters

Your views and responses

CBA Correspondent

Mike Heyworth explores the great rewards and challenges of undersea archaeology

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