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CONTENTS ISSUE 330

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20 EARLY ANCESTORS

Meeting the humans who inhabited Britain 15,000-11,000 years ago In the last three decades, new discoveries have dramatically transformed our picture of the Upper Palaeolithic in Britain . We examine the latest evidence for how humans responded to the rad ically changing climate.

28 PUDDING PAN

On the trail of a Roman shipwreck Samian ware from a Roman ship lost off the Kentish coast has been resurfacing bit by bit over the last few centuries. Can this wreck be found? And what can its cargo tell us about trade?

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36 UNDER THE CHANCEL

Discovering the 'hidden' crypt in a Lambeth church Last year, archaeologists excavating at the church of St Mary of Lambeth came across a long-forgotten crypt containing a large number of coffins, including those of Archbishops of Canterbury. We investigate the burials at this former parish church and its connections with the neighbouring Lambeth Palace.

42 POCAHONTAS IN LONDON

Tracing a 400-year-old journey across the Atlantic When she arrived in England as an ambassador for the Virginia Company, Pocahontas sparked excitement in high society. We mark the 400th anniversary of her death in 1617 by tracing the material record of her visit.

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