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CastelHlenllys

This small hillfort has been almost totally excavated and several of the buildings have been reconstructed

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ScienceDiary

Sciencein ArchaeologYI Archaeozoology Conferencel Alluvial GeoarchaeologYtIhe Classification of Medieval Ceramics1ACE: Archaeological

Conservation and the

Environmentl The Oldest

Hominid and Danebury Sheep

176 Silchester

Excavation of the latest structures and the discovery of ritual pits

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Books

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TheIsleofMay

Meet theAncestorsl Behind the Scenesat the Time

TeamlFacesof Archaeology in GreecelLithics1First Aid for Finds andfor Marine Findsl TheOxford

Companion to Classical Civilisationl Deerhurstl TheSt

Andrews Sarcophagus1and

Swaledale

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Orkney

Possible neolithic art revealed by scratchmarks in Orkney chamber tombs

Recent excavations reveal Early Christian burial mound under-

lying the later monastery

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Letters

Carry On Diggingl Readership SurveYIDiggers WelcomelBull Wharf, the Upper Palaeolithk Is CharterhouseIscalis? Cathedral

Shrines and the Silent Peopleof

History

FrontCover

These upright stones formed a

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BritishArchaeological

Awards cheveaux-de-friselpart of the defences at Castell Henllys

Photo:HaroldMytum

Winners in the I Award of

Awardsl celebrations

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GuatemalalBritish Archaeological reportsl Worcesterand Northamptonshire Services threatenedlMuseum of London

Bequestland the RolexAwards

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