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Issue 120

Sep / Oct 2011

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news

All the latest archaeology news from around the country

CBA Correspondent

Mike Heyworth plans for the future

letters

Your views and responses

features

THE BIG DIG: Roman roads

Digging up the Picts

Sacred waters

Manga at the museum – NOT ONLINE

7 societies

Stones and names

Win or lose

 

ISSN 1357-4442

Editor Mike Pitts

Issue 120, September/October 2011

contents

news

All the latest archaeology news from around the country

CBA Correspondent

Mike Heyworth outlines plans for the future

letters

Your views and responses

features

THE BIG DIG/COVER STORY: The Roman road that was

Prehistoric Britain had metalled roads – the evidence

Pictish power

Rhynie: the Aberdeenshire dig that found a lost kingdom

Sacred waters

Jim Leary and David Field consider neolithic religion

Manga at the museum - NOT ONLINE

Japanese professor in British Museum mystery

7 societies

A review of our regional archaeological societies

Stones and names

The search for the archaeology of Anglo-Saxon assemblies

Archaeology: win or lose

The future looks bleak, but the best may be yet to come

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