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UPFRONT 3 EDITOR’S LETTER 6 LETTERS

Your comments, complaints, and compliments

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Re-excavating Boles Barrow; Centuries of settlement uncovered in Oxfordshire; Tracing ‘pauper apprentices’ in North Yorkshire; Gaming piece discovered in Bedfordshire; Two hoards from Monmouthshire declared treasure; Science Notes; The genetic links of the Picts revealed; Finds Tray

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Frontier fortlet found: Carleith, West Dunbartonshire

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Joe latman reflects on both the past and future of archaeology through the CA archive

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CULTURE 54 REVIEWS

Archaeology, Economy, and Society: England Scandinavian a

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The latest on acquisitions, exhibitions, and key decisions 59 EXHIBITION

R at the World Museum, Liverpool 60 CALENDAR

Our selection of exhibitions and events, as well as historical, archaeological, and cultural resources from around the world that are still available online 62 SHERDS

Chris Catling’s irreverent take on heritage issues 64 LAST WORD

Andrew Selkirk, our founder and Editor-in-chief, marks CA’s 400th issue 66 ODD SOCS

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