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Andrew Selkirk 4 weeks ago
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Thebes is the forgotten city of ancient Greece. It lies 32 miles north-west of Athens,…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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Anyone visiting Egypt today must wonder how it struck travellers before our current understanding of…

Current World Archaeology 3 months ago
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This edited volume is the product of an innovative project, culminating in a multiple-day workshop…

Andrew Selkirk 6 months ago
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Is it possible to write history without people? Of course, archaeology is all about history…

Andrew Selkirk 7 months ago
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The House of Augustus: a historical detective storyT P WisemanPrinceton University Press, £30ISBN 978-0691180076Review by:…

Current World Archaeology 7 months ago
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Behind the scenes of a great excavation The digging at Megiddo was undertaken by local…

Current World Archaeology 1 year ago
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The Roman Empire in 100 haikusStuart LaycockAmberley, £12.99ISBN 978-1445693309Review by: Matthew Symonds Much has been…

Lucia Marchini 2 years ago
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Pompeii, A Different Perspective: via dell’Abbondanza – a long road, well travelledJennifer F Stephens and…

Current World Archaeology 2 years ago
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Connected Communities: networks, identity, and social change in the ancient Cibola worldMatthew A PeeplesUniversity of…

Current World Archaeology 2 years ago
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24 Hours in Ancient Egypt: a day in the life of the people who lived…

Current World Archaeology 2 years ago
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Frisians and their North Sea Neighbours: from the 5th century to the Viking age John…

Current World Archaeology 2 years ago
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Megadrought and Collapse: from early agriculture to Angkor Harvey Weiss (ed.) Oxford University Press, £53…

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