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Discover everything you need to know about archaeology in Britain with Current Archaeology, the UK's favourite archaeology magazine.
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Every month you will hear directly from the archaeologists themselves, so you get the full story: why the excavators went there, how they made their discoveries, what they found, why it's important, and, of course, what it all means. But don't take our word for it – through the informative photographs and stunning aerial images you can see the archaeology for yourself.
Explore the archaeology of all periods – from Prehistory and ancient human origins, Roman and Anglo-Saxon Britain, and the Middle Ages right through to modern times – Current Archaeology covers it all. Lively opinion pieces keep you informed on all the debates currently taking place within archaeology – and why they matter. Discover the best books to read and which museums you should visit with our discerning review section, and never miss an event with our monthly listings page.
- Druce Farm Roman villa: celebrating a community dig in the heart of Dorset - Echoes from the arena: exploring evidence for gladiators in York and Cirencester - Easy Company: searching for the ‘Band of Brothers’ at Aldbourne - Cosmati at Canterbury Cathedral? Piecing together the history of a medieval mosaic - A secluded life: the story of the All Saints ‘anchoress’ Plus: News, Reviews, Science Notes, Museum News, Sherds, Odd Socs, and more!
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- Premier numéro: Issue 1
- Dernier numéro: Issue 397
- Nombre de numéros: 397
- Publié: Mensuellement
- ISSN: 2514-3948