Category: Issue 57

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Venturing across the Blue Horizon In the second part of a feature drawing on his…

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Solving the mysteries at Van How were some of the first chariots made? Prof. Erkan…

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For God or for Mammon? The 13th-century Northern Crusades not only converted the local tribes…

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Shipwercked off the Florida Keys In 1622, the Tierra Firme fleet, laden with gold, silver,…

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The dig The site of Babylon – one of the oldest, richest, and most fabled…

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Perhaps one of the most exquisite works of art in the world today is that…

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Living with Myths Paul Zanker and Björn C Ewald Oxford University Press, £150.00 ISBN 978-0199228690…

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Egypt in England Chris Elliott English Heritage, £25.00 ISBN 978-1848020887 Although not as widespread as…

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Earthquake Andrew Robinson Reaktion Books, £14.95 ISBN 978-1780230276 The Indian Ocean earthquake and Boxing Day…

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Vessels of Influence: China and the birth of porcelain in Medieval and Early Modern Japan…

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The Idea of Order Richard Bradley Oxford University Press, £60.00 ISBN 978-0199608096 Why did circular…