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current archaeology No. 5 November 1967

CONTENTS

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EDITORIAL

NOTES AND NEWS

CURRENT ARCHAEOLOGY IN SCOTLAND Lloyd Laing reports

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HENGES Introduction: What are Henge Monuments?

LLANDEGAI Christopher Houlder reports on his henge in North Wales

DURRINGTON WALLS The excavations at the biggest henge in Prehistoric Britain

FLADBURY Roman "Boot Burials" led to a Saxon Bread Oven overlying a Prehistoric ditch. David Peacock reports.

BOOK REVIEWS David Johnston reviews Stone Age Hunters, Water, Weather and Prehistory and Seeing Roman Britain

Euan Mackie reviews The Picts

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THE ORIGINS OF THE CASTLE Brian Davison explains the background and introduces the Royal Archaeological Institute's Research Project

BRAMBER The Norman motte that was soon abandoned in favour of a stone tower

HEN DOMEN Philip Barker discusses his seven seasons excavation at a Welsh frontier castle

INSIDE BACK COVER

DIARY FOR ARCHAEOLOGISTS

COVER PICTURE Excavations in progress at Durrington Walls. Crown Copyright.

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