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Features

244

Flixborough

A Wealthy Anglo-Saxon monastery on Humberside

248 Caves

How caves were used in the

Romano-British period

252

Droitwich

Excavations in the heart of England's foremost salt town

256 Wasperton

A Roman Cemetery that gradually changed into an Anglo-Saxon cemetery

260 Snettisham

Further discoveries of Iron Age treasure

263 Tony Gregory

Reflections on a Life

273

Brightlingsea

A Bronze Age cemetery

274

Pinel and Craswall

Two Grandmontine Monasteries

Regulars

268 Diary

New Chairman of English Heritage,

National Archaeology Day, the Surrey Heath Archaeological Trust,

Archaeology in Norfolk, and

Desmond Bonney

251

Letters

Does the aurochs still survive? The Stonehenge Blue Stones, the British Archaeological Bibliography and

Graham Webster at Chester.

270 Science Diary

The Ancient Monuments Laboratory,

Sources of Cretan Copper, Early Metallurgical sites, Saxon metalwork, Parting, Dating the Scrolls and C. R

Metcalfe

Front Cover

The "Marriage Torc" from Snettisham. The upper part of the terminal of this gold torc shows a stylised human face. The main terminal has been interpreted as a symbolic belly with another gold ring representing the umbilical cord that attaches to the other terminal.

Photo - British Museum

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