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British Archaeology – Back Issue 113 (Jul/Aug 2010)

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DIGGERS

Rachael Kiddey and John Schofield took archaeological survey and excavation into a transient area of Bristol. The biggest surprises were the distinctive characteristics of homeless places and the interest in heritage expressed by homeless people.

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DIGGERS

Rachael Kiddey and John Schofield took archaeological survey and excavation into a transient area of Bristol. The biggest surprises were the distinctive characteristics of homeless places and the interest in heritage expressed by homeless people.

 

News: University cuts, a Goth in Gloucester and (maybe) a boat

Letters: The difficult balance between saving past and future

THE BIG DIG – Links of Noltland: Remarkable preservation in remote prehistoric Orkney

Now You See Them: Rachael Kiddey and John Schofield meet homeless diggers

Shakespeare’s Trench: Kevin Colls and William Mitchell seek a missing house

Graham Hill: Matt Mossop introduces a fieldwalker with an eye for finds

Community Archaeology: Suzie Thomas and Dan Hull explore a growing movement

Music in Ruins: Tim Darvill thinks rock as we launch a new web column

Iron Age Way of Death: Fiona Tucker and Ian Armit report on a new Scottish study

Mick’s Travels: Mick Aston remembers his first job at Stanton Harcourt

More Travels: Tour the Thames basin around Oxford with Jon Cannon

On the web: Google Street View, and other ways of seeing the landscape

In view: Is small best for TV? It’s certainly cheaper, says Greg Bailey

Books: Making the British landscape, and Shakespeare’s theatres

Briefing: Lots of digs and some unusually good exhibitions

My archaeology: Photographer Don McCullin chases ancient Roman light

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