Citadel of the Scots
Reading the land
Great sites: Meols
Editor Simon Denison
Issue 62 December 2001
All the latest archaeology news from around the country.
Alan Lane reports on recent excavations at Dunadd hillfort in Argyll, where Scotland’s early medieval kings were inaugurated
50 years ago, most historians thought Britain’s landscape dated mainly from the 18th century. Then landscape archaeology began, and the rest is history, says Peter Fowler
Meols was once the most important ancient port in the North-West. Then it eroded into the Irish Sea. David Griffiths reports on the remarkable collection of objects found in the sands by antiquaries in the 19th century
Views and responses.
Will the new historic environment policy bring any good cheer, asks George Lambrick
Our regular columnist.
All the latest books on archaeology in Britain reviewed.
Campaigns and reports from the CBA.
Once lost, twice excavated. Richard Brewer recalls finding a discarded Roman seal-box lid packed away in a gloomy museum sub-basement.
Please use the lefthand menu to navigate this issue of British Archaeology
CBA web:Jan/Feb 2005