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current archaeology No. 6 January 1968

CONTENTS

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EDITORIAL

138 NOTES AND NEWS

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FISHBOURNE The greatest Roman Villa in Britain.

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NORTH ELMHAM This Norfolk village was once the ecclesiastical capital of East Anglia. Peter Wade Martins discusses its history and his excavations of the Saxon town.

BOOK REVIEWS — FRONTIERS David Johnston reviews some recent volumes of the Regional Archaeologies and recommends some books to buy.

WINCHESTER The tomb of St. Swithin, the Saxon Cathedral and the Iron Age Defences are the highlights of the 1967 excavations.

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LETTERS Professor Hawkes asks "What is wrong with British Archaeology?" Go East Young Man! — South Uist

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FAXTON In a second season, Lawrence Butler finds a poorer part of the Medieval village

INSIDE BACK COVER

DIARY FOR ARCHAEOLOGISTS

COVER PICTURE Nigel Sunter's reconstruction of the Entrance Hall of Fishbourne viewed from the garden and Iooking South-East.

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