Issue 87

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Before September, the people in this picture had never picked up a chisel. Now, only…

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Caitlin McCall explores Roman remains in the land of Dido, Hannibal, and Caesar. Tunisia, with…

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David J Breeze visits Aquincum in Hungary to celebrate its connection to a famous emperor.…

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The Fate of Rome: climate, disease, and the end of an empire Kyle Harper Princeton…

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Egyptian Art Bill Manley Thames & Hudson, £12.95 ISBN 978-0500204283 Review by: Lucia Marchini The…

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The Diversity of Hunter-Gatherer Pasts Bill Finlayson and Graeme Warren (eds) Oxbow Books, £36 ISBN…

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Built on Bones: 15,000 years of urban life and death Brenna Hassett Bloomsbury, £16.99 ISBN…

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After two years of refurbishment, the British Museum has reopened its longest gallery, devoted to…

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What is it? William is the nickname given to this small Egyptian Middle Kingdom statuette…

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How did Romans drive around an ancient city? Was it just a free-for-all? Subtle traces…

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How did Romans drive around their cities? While Classical authors had plenty to say about…