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`Anglo-Saxon waterfront' discovered at Chelsea
County archaeology heads into crisis
Earliest house found at `oldest village'
Finding magic in Stone Age real ale
The first farmers may have grown barley to brew ale. Merryn Dineley reports.
When penance continued in the grave
Medieval graves often contained symbolic artefacts, writes Chris Daniell
And then came clothing and speech
In the second of two articles, Mark Roberts describes the origin of the first Europeans, and argues they were more advanced than we thought
Peter Davenport on old news revisited about Roman
Mike Parker Pearson on The Hebrides at the centre of the map
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