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CURRENT ARCHAEOLOGY 146

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Lockington

Science Diary

Adjacent to this Bronze Age barrow was a pit with two gold bracelets, a bronze dagger and two pots.

50 Diary

Roman Inscriptions of Britain, The San

Vincenzo Experience, Current Archaeology on the Web, The Royal Commission on the Web, SCRAN, a

Yorkshire SMR, and Smalltalk.

Early Metal Mining and Production, Chinese Mummies, a Dinosaur Nursery,

Hominines not Hominids, an Impact Crater in the Yucatan, Soay Sheep in St

Kilda, Corn in the Thatch, Porphyry Quarries, and a Medieval Heatwave in the Urals.

68 Eccles

The rediscovery of a lost village swallowed up by the sea in 1601.

Letters

Stonehenge, Hadrian's Wall, the Coritani, County Journals, Statuesque

Feet and Aerial Archaeology.

52 Buckskin

A Bronze Age barrow near Basingstoke excavated in 1967 turns out to have no central burial but evidence for some interesting ceremonial activity.

57 Piddington

A Roman villa abandoned at the end of the third century was re-occupied by family units in the last century of

Roman rule.

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Books

Front Cover

Fortress Scotland and the Jacobites, Scottish Abbeys and Priories, Studies in Crime, Historical Britain, Naseby, Iberia in Prehistory, Guy Gibson VC, and

Stonehenge in its landscape.

The two Bronze Age Gold Bracelets discovered at Lockington.

Photo: Graham Norrie, courtesy of the Birmingham University

Field Archaeology Unit.

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Llandough

A Dark Age cemetery near Cardiff probably marks the site of an important early monastery.

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