Roads from Rome
Shipwreck to slavery
Editor Simon Denison
Issue 67 October 2002
All the latest archaeology news from around the country.
Roman roads can reveal much about Roman life when viewed as part of an integrated transport system, writes modern-transport expert Hugh Davies
In 1729, the Englishman Robert Drury published an account of his captivity on Madagascar. For years it was dismissed as fiction. But archaeology has now shown that it was true after all. Mike Parker Pearson reports
Rosamund Cleal on a Neolithic enclosure where excavations gave a rare glimpse of the vibrant gatherings that took place in this obscure period
Views and responses.
The Newport ship campaign shows the immense value of public support for archaeology, writes George Lambrick
Our regular columnist.
All the latest books on archaeology in Britain reviewed.
Update: CBA annual report
Update reported on the CBA's annual report for 2001-2002. The full text of the report can be viewed here
Myths against minerals. Rob Ixer on a cobble of lead ore from a Victorian mine that ended up as a paperweight.
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