British Archaeology Back Issue 192 September/October 2023

Issue 192 of British Archaeology looks at the connection between archaeology and construction, why trees offer protection for archaeological sites, and the link between movement and our understanding of the past. Avalon Archaeology on the Somerset levels, bring archaeology to life through reenactment and reconstruction. Explore the future of the Portable Antiquities Scheme, and the long history and construction techniques of Doveliff Weir. Elsewhere, the CBA casefiles examine plans for Lowestoft Post Office, John Henry Phillips talks about his archaeological story and Romani Community Archaeology, Uist's archaeology is brought to life by digital technology, meet Mercedes Baptiste Halliday who joins the CBA at the launch of its Youth Advisory Board, and new columnist Chloe Duckworth asks 'Whose archaeology is it, anyway?'