Travel

Yemen_ArabiaFelix

Yemen, Arabia Felix

Richard Hodges reports from the land of multi-storey mud-brick architecture, known to the Romans as Arabia Felix

Japan

Japan

David Mason writes about the unusual excavation techniques he learnt as an excavator in Japan

Albania

Albania

Over the years there have been several magic moments during my digging career. Trowelling down to reveal my first mosaic in a Wiltshire Roman villa was possibly the first; peeling back the dirt to expose a brightly painted ninth-century abbot in a crypt at San Vincenzo al Volturno was simply breath-taking. Now I have another […]

Merida

Merida Spain

John Crookshank on Roman Spain, with a focus on Mérida

Kilimanjara

Kilimanjaro

Anthropological fieldwork with the Chagga in Kilimanjaro

Bahrain

Bahrain

Celebrating the Garden of Eden Last month, CWA joined a host of international archaeologists on Bahrain in the Arabian Gulf, to celebrate the 50th anniversary of archaeological excavations on the island. This provided an opportunity for us to witness some of Bahrain’s key ancient sites and to hear of future plans and concerns. Bahrain is […]

Macedonia

Macedonia

Richard Hodges on the archaeology of Macedonia, formerly part of Yugoslavia

UAE

United Arab Emirates

A tour of the archaeology of the UAE, with a focus on the sites of Marawah, Buhais, Hili and Muweilah

Florence

Florence

Richard Hodges reports from Florence where changes to the entrance of the Uffizi have caused a stir

ZadarAndNin

Zadar & Nin: Croatia

Richard Hodges writes about the coastal towns of Zadar and Nin, introducing us to their diverse histories

«< 11 12 13 14 15 >

Advertisement