CONTENTS issue 245
(Vol XXI, No. 5) | August 2010
Your comments, complaints and compliments.
Gladiator cemetery; Dartford Neanderthals; Grimes Graves Goddess returns; Dorchester’s new Roman sites; Chiswick House gardens; new Museum of London galleries open; Colchester’s UNESCO bid; East Oxford’s past.
Archaeology dates for your diary.
ON THE COVER The Sea Stallion, a reconstructed Viking ship, sets sail from Roskilde on its way to Dublin.
RAIDERS AND TRADERS
New research on the Vikings Recent discoveries are causing a re-think of the Vikings and their place in our history.
Burials at the tomb of St Ninian Historic excavations at Scotland’s Cradle of Christianity have finally been published.
EXCAVATING ALL SAINT’S
A Medieval church rediscovered Excavations have revealed the location of a ‘lost’ church as well as mysterious mass graves.
THE ROMAN ARMY IN THE PENNINES
Re-routing a lost Roman Road Amateur archaeologists have found evidence that re-draws the route of Margary 712.
l Trust ica log
AD 410:the Year that Shook Rome; Excavations at Bowes and Lees Rigg; Visiting the Past:a guide to finding and understanding Britain’s past; Kentish sites and sites of Kent:a miscellany of four archaeological sites.
Conservator Dana Goodburn-Brown explains her revolutionary approach to archaeology conservation, deep in the heart of a suburban shopping centre.
Chris Catling’s irreverent take on heritage issues.
Save our Parsonages and the Rectory Society.
current archaeology | www.archaeology.co.uk