British Archaeology Magazine
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ON THE COVER
Who would be an archaeologist?
A striking shot of masked archaeology students from Durham University, on an excavation at Auckland Castle this July, leads our theme of a crisis facing the future of UK archaeology as we know it. What are the concerns? Are they real? And what can be done?
From the director
Excavating memories, celebrating place – an unusual football ground
Island House, Laugharne
Contribute your stories of places and spaces
The growing resource of online archaeology
Years of excavations at Street House in North Yorkshire have reinforced the impression that there was something special about the place in early times. The discovery of a unique Neolithic saltern may hold the answer
Revealing Lincoln Castle
An ambitious project that combined conservation and excavation has furthered understanding of a major Norman castle and its history
As the British Museum tells the story of Nero, we trace the emperor’s footprints in Britain, and his toppled statues
Ring of truth
New insights into how Iron Age torcs, neck-rings of precious metal, were made
Accelerator mass spectrometry
How AMS transformed archaeology, the third article in our series about the story of radiocarbon dating
OTHER REGULARS INCLUDE
A medieval chess workshop, and ancient engravings
How have universities met the covid challenge of student ?eldwork?
The world in antiquity
A Neolithic wooden snake from Finland, and human remains in a Gabon cave
Shahina Farid, an excavator of extraordinary experience
Cliff Palace at Mesa Verde, Colorado
Greg Bailey on TV
Where would archaeology be without Channel Four?
The Battle of Brunanburh, prehistoric ancestors and more
The British Museum’s next culture war?
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