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Grade II listed buildings `collapsing without aid'
Bronze Age metalled road near Oxford
London monks and their fat-rich diet
Gentry landscapes in a much older land
Tom Williamson points out some of the historic features to be found in Georgian country parks.
Seeking the origins of bronze tools
The earliest metal goods probably came to Britain from Ireland. Paul Budd reports.
Locating the birthplace of St Patrick
Ireland's patron saint was born and raised in Somerset, argues Harry Jelley
Quarries, mines and the chapel culture
The industrial remains of Gwynedd shed light on local people's nonconformist spirit, writes David Gwyn
covering Roman temples, London's Wall, monuments law and starting young
Building roads to intellectual nowhere
Archaeology on road and rail schemes is too often devoid of research objectives, writes Richard Morris
Tom James on history from the great fire of Windsor
Brian Ayers on a study that puts history into houses
Frances Lynch on Silbury Hill and the New Age angle
Peter Jewell by Paul Ashbee
From deserted crofts to mud-built farms
Low-budget archaeology can often produce remarkable results. Simon Denison reports.
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