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CWA 123 – out now

In ancient Japan, royal burial mounds could be magnificent monuments. The distinctive keyhole-shaped earthwork associated with the semi-legendary Emperor Nintoku, for example,…

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It started with the soil. The thick yellow loess that blankets much of northern China proved perfect for building city walls and…

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CWA 120

Fishermen were landing some extraordinary catches in mid-19th-century Switzerland. The discovery of prehistoric sites submerged in European lakes prompted a surge in…

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CWA 119

It is hard not to see them as excessive. The glorious gold and silver vessels that graced elite banquets in the Achaemenid…

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Qasr Bshir invites questions, as well as awe. Deep in the Jordanian desert, away from any permanent water source, the ruins of…

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