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News The Mayophone; reconstruction of a musical instrument. Rochester cathedral reveals oldest door.

Rescue excavation of a 75th century ship on The Newport Boat. the River Usk at Newport

20 Eton Rowing Course Bronze Age and Iron Age timber bridges form the highlights of a landscape study from Neolithic to Anglo-Saxon.

Current Archaeology No.181 Vol. XVI No 1 Published September 2002 This issue edited by Jeffrey May Editor-in-chief: Andrew Selkirk 9 Nassington Road, london NW3 2TX Tel: 020 7435 7517 Fax: 02079162405 e-mail: editor@archaeology.co.uk web: www.archaeology.co.uk Current Archaeology is published 6 times a year for a subscription of £20 for six issues. Foreign subscriptions £25 US subscriptions $40 Subscriptions should be sent to: Current Archaeology 9 Nassington Road, london NW3 2TX Tel: 020 74357517. Fax: 020 7916 2405 e-mail: subs@archaeology.co.uk web: www.archaeology.co.uk Back issues £4 each (1-6,8,11,14,16,18,24,38,49, 62,73,75,116,118-119,126-131,133-140,151, 154-157 are out of print). Binders (to hold 12 copies) £8 (Small binders for issues 1-120 available.) Printed in Great Britain by The Friary Press, Dorchester 25090223

7 Poole Harbour Excavations reveal evidence for an Iron Age jetty.

12 Birnie Two Roman coin hoards and the settlement in which they were discovered.

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29 GreatOrme Bronze Age copper mines and an Early Bronze Age smelting site.

37 Hampton Court Excavations reveal Thomas Wolsey's Renaissance palace.

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