Author: Caitin McCall

Caitlin studied archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology, UCL, and, on graduating, went into journalism. After years of writing, travelling, and playing, she was delighted to join CWA, where she can combine all three activities with her enduring enthusiasm for archaeology.
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It is one of the most obvious observations we are routinely required to make. We uncover…

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Some of our favourite ‘fairy stories’ go back to the Bronze Age, if not before, according…

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  Sean Kingsley explores a long-needed audit of the Byzantine world that uses archaeology to ask…

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This publication reassesses long-established assumptions and narratives within the prehistoric archaeology of north-west Europe. Focusing…

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This well-researched study explores the complicated history of the royal line of Egypt's Fifth Dynasty.…

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Bell's archaeological career is often overshadowed by tales of her privileged upbringing, unhappy love life, political involvements,…

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Nine chapters, each by a different authority, tackle succeeding eras from early prehistory more than 3,000…

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Bookended by Man Booker Prize winner Ben Okri, this collection begins with his poem, concludes with…

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Aysegul Gurgezoglu Tuzun visits Kahramanmaraş Archaeological Museum in Turkey  Germanicia, beneath the modern city of Kahramanmaraş…

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Late in the year the streets of modern Rome are visited by groups of strangely…

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Flying south of Agrigento, the blue begins, even on All Saints’ Day. An Ionian light, it is…

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Home to over 21 million people, Mexico City is a glorious, sprawling, beautiful, and endlessly…