archaeologycurrent issue 242
CONTENTS (Vol XXI, No. 2) | May 2010
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Bronze Age shipwreck; Neolithic stone rows; Roman York’s African; Abbey Road Studios; Salisbury’s puzzling inscription; First Treasure Act conviction; Colchester’s chariot track; Time out for Time Team?
Archaeology dates for your diary.
ON THE COVER The cast-iron columns of Castlefield viaduct, which serves Manchester’s Central Station.
Dark Satanic Mills? A decade of rescue and research projects chart the growth of this great industrial city.
Unearthing the lives of Roman Londoners An interim report from this remarkable site reveals its post-Boudiccan reconstruction.
Slicing through 1,000 years of urban life Construction work for a new tram system has uncovered the roots of Scotland’s capital.
Diary of a dig: a novice’s view The first taste of dirt archaeology is different for everyone; here, a trowel’s edge view.
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Conference Overview 38 The verdict on Archaeology 2010 and the Current Archaeology Awards.
European Influence on Celtic Art; Caesar’s Druids; The Iron Age Roundhouse; The Early Medieval Church in Wales.
Chris Catling’s irreverent take on heritage issues.
Andrew Selkirk finds that the archaeology of climate change is more complicated and controversial than it is generally made out to be.
The Charles Close Society.
May 2010 |