Travel

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Sicily

Richard Hodges sends news from Sicily and visits sites including Syracuse – one of many extensive Greek planned colonies along the south coast

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Bisitun, Iran

Bisitun, site of a rock-cut relief that enabled the decipherment of cuneiform Babylonian has been made into a World Heritage monument

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Copenhagen

Richard Hodges visits the distinguished Danish archaeologist Klavs Randsborg and together they explore Denmark’s past

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Cape Styllo

Richard Hodges sends his regular archaeological news, this time from Cape Styllo, a ‘no-man’s land’ between Greece and Albania

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France, The Grotte de Niaux

Prof. Tim Darvill and Yvette Staelens of Bournemouth University send a missive from the Grotte de Niaux, a cave bursting with Palaeolithic rock-art

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Ara Pacis, Italy

Richard Hodges visits architect Richard Meier’s new building that encloses the Ara Pacis, the monument to peace erected by Emperor Augustus

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Ano Koufonissi, Greece

Richard Hodges writes from the island of Áno Koufoníssi where he spent time with Lord Renfrew

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Siraf: Iran

Mark Horton writes from Iran where he explored the site of Siraf

Dresden

Dresden, Germany

David Miles writes from Dresden and shares his thoughts on the renovation and restoration of an historic city

Athens

Athens, Greece

Richard Hodges looks at the later Roman influence on this, the most famous of the classical Greek cities

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