Current Archaeology 394

• St James’s Palace: from leper hospital to royal residence
• Excavating Dings Roman villa
• Marks of devotion: surveying graffiti in St Magnus Cathedral
• Celebrating a pioneer of aerial photography…

Clachtoll: an Iron Age broch settlement in Assynt, north-west Scotland

Review by Ronan Toolis The excavation of Clachtoll in 2017 examined the interior of a broch buried beneath a conflagration that had occurred during the early 1st century AD and untouched since. This book examines an impressive assemblage of finds including iron tools and implements, a securely dated pottery assemblage,…

Current Archaeology Live! 2023

25 February 2023UCL Institute of Education, London We are pleased to announce the latest details of our upcoming conference. Current Archaeology Live! 2023 will be on 25 February (Saturday) at University College London’s Institute of Education, a stone’s throw from our previous venue, Senate House, near Russell Square. We are…

Walking the Antonine Wall

Review by Andrew Tibbs Stretching for 38 miles across central Scotland, between the Firths of Forth and Clyde, the Antonine Wall is perhaps not as well-known as its southern counterpart, Hadrian’s Wall, but it is no less of an enigmatic and interesting relic of Scotland’s Roman past, as Alan Montgomery…

Rare investigation in Verulamium

Excavations at Verulamium Park in St Albans during the summer uncovered the corner of a possible mansio – a stopping place on the Roman road network – as well as remains of other buildings from the Roman town.…

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