New ‘British Archaeology’ no 122 out now
Also in this issue, other features aim to date the earliest modern humans in Europe, answer what happened to the Bayeux Tapestry in WWII, give an overview of what the local authority cuts actually mean for archaeology, introduce the inspiring work rehabilitating injured soldiers and tell the story of an archaeologist in Russia.
Plus News, Letters and all the regular articles: Mick’s Travels with Time Team’s Mick Aston (in Brittany), CBA Correspondent (rounding-up the listed building casework from 2011), Spoilheap, Broadcasting, Science, Book reviews and more.
As always, the magazine contains Briefing, the CBA’s comprehensive list of fieldwork, conferences and other events or activities around the UK.
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