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Newly discovered Bronze Age gold cup from near Sandwich, Kent (see News).

Photo: Trustees of the British Museum features

456 The Bradbourne Cross

The biography of an early Christian stone cross in the Peak District.

461 New Rock Art

474 AView from Indoors

Julian Richards has controversial views about fieldwalking.

Current Archaeology No. 179 Vol. XV No 11 Published May 2002

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New cup-and-ring carvings at Ketley Crag, Northumberland, at Blarbuie in Argyll, and at Ashover in the Peak District.

468 The Storegga Disaster

480 LAARC: The London Archaeological Archive and Research Centre Europe's largest excavation archive goes public.

483 Palaeolithic Kent The Dover Archaeological Group search for ancient flints.

Geologists believe a huge tsunami crossed the North Sea 8000 years ago. An archaeologist responds.

486 Barcombe Roman Villa A training project in East Sussex that welcomes all comers.



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