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front cover Excavating a 19th century barge in the Aire Valley, in the St Aidan's project, the winner of the Pitt Rivers Award. Photo: Eric Houlder

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Current Archaeology No. 173 Vol. XV No 5 Published April 2001

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195 The British Archaeological Awards 2000 Who won, why they won, and what they did. The judges reveal the reasons for their choice in this fully illustrated account of the Awards presented in Edinburgh Castle in November 2000.

180 Glaston An open air upper Palaeolithic site dating to 30,000 years ago, reveals both the presence of early man and a hyena den.

216 Yarnton A major landscape project reveals a Neolithic house and mortuary enclosure, an Iron Age and Roman village, a major Middle Saxon settlement and continuing use of the hay meadows down into the 20th century.

189 Alchester Excavations at the Roman town of Alchester reveal the position of the Roman fort and of its eastern gateway.


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