British Archaeology Magazine
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ON THE COVER
Privilege and penury in Roman Britain
Two excavations with stories of opposed social worlds: a crucified man, and a woman celebrated with sophisticated sculpture
From the director
The new freedoms of in-person meetings
Castle Hill Farmhouse, Bickenhill
The CBA has a digital facelift
Pathways to a future with the past
Crucifixion in the Fens
A previously unknown Roman settlement found in Cambridgeshire has five small cemeteries. In one were the remains of a man with a nail through his heel. Exclusively for British Archaeology, David Ingham & Corinne Duhig report on the excavations, and what they believe to be extremely rare evidence for ancient crucifixion – and the first from northern Europe
Little church by the railway
Archaeologists have just completed the excavation of an entire church and its burial ground at Stoke Mandeville, Buckinghamshire. We describe the HS2 dig from its beginnings to the discovery of rare Roman sculptures and a mausoleum that was built over by a Norman church
Power for the past
National Grid is burying overhead electricity cables which run through some outstanding rural landscapes. John Boothroyd reports on a long trench in Dorset, which revealed a wealth of new archaeology.
Aerial archaeology online
Sally Evans, Simon Crutchley & Matthew Oakey introduce Historic England’s project that allows us to see archaeological mapping and records derived from air photography and laser survey, on maps and satellite imagery, online for free
OTHER REGULARS INCLUDE
Priam exchanges gold for his son’s body – in Rutland
+ Interior decoration at arena is a first for Roman Britain
Ancient identities & tolerant futures
The world in antiquity
Mapping Karakorum, and the story of John Dee’s obsidian mirror
Cameron Poole on the experience of excavating at Stoke Mandeville
Mow Cop Castle, Cheshire
Greg Bailey on TV
David Olusoga and A House Through Time
A history of humanity, and ancient settlement in the Western Isles
Beware the purveyors of an Orwellian past
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