British Archaeology – Back Issue 111 (Mar/Apr 2010)

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The story of a Roman villa in England

Honouring the dead of a battle fought in 1916

Ministers air views on heritage

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In this issue

The story of a Roman villa in England

Honouring the dead of a battle fought in 1916

Ministers air views on heritage

Also

  • Rock art in Armenia and a Viking age hoard
  • Ancestors, grave flowers and praise for Time Team
  • Sebastian Payne on the potential of iron hammerscale
  • Sam Moorhead reviews the momentous year ad410
  • Excavating a farmhouse and bath suite in rural Sussex
  • A new imaging technique – and it’s easy and cheap
  • After 90 years, an earthwork survey at Stonehenge
  • A forensic excavation aimed at identification and reburial
  • Mick Aston visits Portsmouth, with more from Jon Cannon
  • Our fifth annual celebration of lovers of antiquity
  • Online text matter and Salisbury Museum
  • Greg Bailey talks to broadcaster Julian Richards
  • The human journey, the ice age and Housesteads fort
  • Conferences from AARG and CAA to TRAC, and digs too
  • Mike Heyworth considers treasure and detecting
  • Artist Simon Callery thinks about changing landscapes

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