Field walking, map analysis, vernacular architecture and excavation all combine to analyse a typical English village.
Gold-in-GlassBeads and theJacobites;Picts, Gaelsand Scots;The
Jewellery of Roman Britain; and The
Archaeology of Shakespeare.
How Neutron Activation Analysis is used to identify Ancient Beads
Piltdown; Piltdown again; Meet the Ancestors; Aerial Dinosaurs; Medieval
Scotland; Roman Helmets; SteepHolm
'Bluestones'; Packhorsetrails; and
Pollen Analysis and the Elm Decline, ESR
Dating and the FlorisbadHominid,
Stonehenge RadiocarbonDates, Cataloguing
Coins by Computer, The Indian Rope Trick, How many Men to build a Pyramid? Coral
Diaries, African Red Slipware, Documenting the British Museum; and Australian Origins.
What is best in British Archaeology?
The results of the 1996 British
Archaeology in advance of a new road reveals a village of Roman immigrants and extensive evidence for a Bronze Age ritual landscape.
The excavation of a turf and timber road over the river Idle reveals that when they were in a hurry, the Romans used all sorts of strange road making techniques.
Coverphoto Professor Mick Aston and friends standing in Church field at Shapwick on the site of the church abandoned in 1331. Mick has broken his leg jumping over a holy well and thus has one foot in plaster and is leaning on a stick.
Research Assessment; The Age of Transition;
The County Archaeologist of the Year; Steve
Clarke MBE; The Best of British Archaeology;
The San Vincenzo Experience; and Small
The 12finalists from the British
Archaeological Awards Book of the Year Award: Anglo SaxonOxfordshire; TheGreat
Rebuildings of Tudor and Stuart England; A
Slice through Time; Life and Death at Spitalfields; Celtic Goddesses;Historical
Britain; Iron Age Britain; Roman Britain; Carausius and Allectus; Fortress Scotland
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