Issue 76

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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It is one of the most obvious observations we are routinely required to make. We uncover…

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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Some of our favourite ‘fairy stories’ go back to the Bronze Age, if not before, according…

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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  Sean Kingsley explores a long-needed audit of the Byzantine world that uses archaeology to ask…

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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This publication reassesses long-established assumptions and narratives within the prehistoric archaeology of north-west Europe. Focusing…

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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This well-researched study explores the complicated history of the royal line of Egypt's Fifth Dynasty.…

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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Bell's archaeological career is often overshadowed by tales of her privileged upbringing, unhappy love life, political involvements,…

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

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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Bookended by Man Booker Prize winner Ben Okri, this collection begins with his poem, concludes with…

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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Late in the year the streets of modern Rome are visited by groups of strangely…

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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Flying south of Agrigento, the blue begins, even on All Saints’ Day. An Ionian light, it is…

Caitin McCall 3 years ago
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Home to over 21 million people, Mexico City is a glorious, sprawling, beautiful, and endlessly…

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Michaela Binder examines evidence of Europe's earliest known artificial foot.  Though people have lived on the Hemmaberg,…