features front cover Reconstructing the figure-of-eight house on Great Bernera - with a rectangular roof on two round houses.
Photo: Tim Neighbour.
Current Archaeology No. 175 Vol. XV No 7 Published August/September 2001
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The restoration and reconstruction of a 'figure-of-eight' house in the Outer Hebrides.
276 South Uist - An Island Story Excavations at Airigh Mhuillin, near Milton, a 19th century deserted village.
307 The Great Work of Martyn Jope Review by Jeffrey May of Early Celtic Art in the British Isles, by Martyn Jope.
286 Taplow The excavation of an Iron Age hillfort, enclosing the great Anglo Saxon burial mound.
294 Bosta Beach, Great Bernera
310 Sheffield's Hill A double Anglo Saxon cemetery excavated near Scunthorpe.