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WhiteHorseHill

Excavations at White Horse Hill,

Uffington Castle and the adjacent barrows

Contents

388

BasingHouse

Excavation, restoration and garden replanting on the site of one of the great Tudor houses

406

Letters

The Time Team, Frameworks,

Amateur divers, Roman ships, How do ards work? Hemington Bridge and Norman Hammond

379

Diary

The Time Team, Treasure Trove, New

French cave, English Heritage's Chief

Executives, Ralph Merrifield and Leslie

Grinsell, Medieval Life, Manchester

University and the St Albans and

Hertfordshire Society

381

Books

Fragments from Antiquity, Pagan Celtic

Ireland, And shall these Mute Stones

Speak? Crickley Hill I, Industrious and

Fairly Civilised, 8000 Years of

Ornament, Ships of the Port of London,

Civitas to Kingdom, The Viking Age,

Erosion on Archaeological Earthworks

393

ScienceDiary

The Missing Link, Footprints in Time,

Roman Bog Burial, Stone Axes, Finding the Vallum, Mercury Poisoning, Not Niello, Ice Cores, Blond Chinese corpses,

and Aramis.

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Supplement

The Directory of British Archaeology

1995 is published as a supplement to this issue

CoverPhoto

Front Cover. View from the White

Horse out over the Vale. The chalk outlines the head of the horse: to the right is his eye, centre left are the two lines that form the 'beak'.

Photo: David Miles

LingaFold

Excavation of a Bronze Age Barrow cemetery in the Orkneys

384

Archaeologyin Pictures featuring

384 Gao: a Medieval trade centre in

West Africa

385 Pen up your kids: Gwenno Caffell offers some good advice 387 Tower Harratz, Bristol: the discovery of a Medieval tower

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HerefordCathedral

Excavation of a Medieval cemetery,

Black Death plague pits, a Norman charnel house, a Saxon cemetery and the stone cellar of a Saxon palace,

together with some thoughts on the layout of the first Saxon town

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