Old ruins, new world
Lest we remember
Editor Simon Denison
Issue 60 August 2001
All the latest archaeology news from around the country.
David Gaimster recalls the excavation of Henry VIII’s most extravagant palace, which spawned the discipline of post-medieval archaeology
Abandoned Roman sites in Britain were plundered for stone by Anglo-Saxon church builders. Tim Eaton investigates
Funerals in the Bronze Age, as in the present, involved not just remembrance but also an element of forgetting, to place the dead person out of mind, writes Howard Williams
Views and responses.
For education read archaeology, writes George Lambrick
Our regular columnist.
All the latest books on archaeology in Britain reviewed.
Campaigns and reports from the CBA.
Thank you, Saddam. Bob Bewley on how the Iran-Iraq War led to the discovery of a complete collared urn and to a career in archaeology.
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