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ISSN 1357-4442Editor: Simon Denison

Issue no 5, June 1995

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Contents

News

Cattle bones show Roman Lincoln's late survival
Britain `colonised via Bytham River'
Mesolithic food industry on Colonsay
In Brief

Features

What caused landscape changes in the past?
Swept along by the climate machine
Brian Huntley looks at the effects of climate
We plough the fields and shatter
Graeme Barker blames people

On the trail of the village revolution
The origin of villages is growing clearer, writes Christopher Dyer

Letters

covering the role of amateur

Comment

Defusing the disability time bomb
The Disability Discrimination Bill, which becomes law next month, could be devastating for historic buildings and monuments, argues Neil Burton

Books

John Percival on the villas of Pliny
Tim Copeland on breathing new life into Roman towns
Alex Woolf on the wrong route to Saxon England
James Symonds gives a long look to archaeology's future

Interview

Simon Denison talks to David Thackray


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