Current Archaeology 390

• Decoding the dolmens of northern Europe
• Sourcing the stones of Hadrian’s Wall
• Exploring Blick Mead’s Mesolithic landscape
• Uist unearthed: Hebridean archaeology goes virtual
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Current World Archaeology 114

• Maya underworld: subterranean secrets in Mexico
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Military History Matters 129

• The BBC at war: how the broadcaster came of age during WWII
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• Hitler’s doomed offensive
• The worst leaders in history?
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Current Archaeology 389

• HMS Invincible: excavating a Georgian time capsule
• 50 years at Butser Ancient Farm
• Indigenous life on the Roman frontier
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Minerva Magazine 196

• The art and power of golden manuscripts
• The birth of Gothic: cathedral-building in medieval Europe
• Ancient Greek, Roman, and Byzantine art at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
• Feminine Power: She who must be obeyed
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Current Archaeology 388

• Celebrating Hadrian’s Wall: how did the Romans mark its construction?
• The archaeology of Black Cat Quarry
• Ancient multiculturalism in the Midlands
• What are hillforts? Investigating these misunderstood monuments
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Current World Archaeology 113

• Digging Caesar’s Forum: daily life in Rome
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• The dead of Amato: conflict on the Peruvian south coast
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• Finding Shackleton’s ship
• The monastery of San Vincenzo al…

Military History Matter 128

• Against the odds: how Hitler’s airborne elite took Crete
• What became of the prisoners of 1798?
• The Battle of Sluys: a forgotten medieval naval clash
• Conflict and consequences: the myth of decisive battle
• Black soldiers in the American West…

Current Archaeology 387

• How female migrants changed the face of Bronze Age Orkney
• Roman and medieval Leicester
• Waterloo uncovered: Hougoumont Farm exposed
• Chichester’s Roman past
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Minerva Magazine 195

• Spiro: a climate crisis in the Mississippian world
• Hisham’s Palace: mosaics in the desert
• Olympia: monuments to victory (available 27 April on The Past)
• The Museo Barracco in Rome
• Sir John Soane’s architectural drawings
• Exploring ‘trench art’…

Current Archaeology 386

• Time Team returns: the show’s first new digs in a decade
• Excavating a prisoner of war camp in Shropshire
• Exploring the legacy of a Roman monument
• Trimontium’s Roman tragedy
• Tracing religious remains at Maryport Roman fort (available 13 April on The Past)…

Current World Archaeology 112

• Pyramid builders: eye-witness accounts of a legendary construction project
• Golden Fleece paradox: gold in the Caucasus
• Recording rock art in Portugal
• Apollonia revisited: a pioneering survey
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• Thailand: a legendary lost city…

Military History Matters 127

• Churchill’s darkest hour: the military disasters of 1942
• Waterloo uncovered: veterans, archaeology, and the battlefield
• Renaissance warfare: a military revolution
• The charge of the Iron Fleet: Charleston, 1863
• The accident that triggered the Blitz…

Current Archaeology 385

• Lift after the Vikings: uncovering the Great Army’s legacy at Torksey
• Exploring prehistoric Britain’s French connection
• Petuaria: Brough-on-Humber’s lost Roman theatre
• The prehistoric origins of Scotland…

Minerva Magazine 194

• The rise of Christianity in the Caucasus
• The sun in the world of Stonehenge
• Childhood in the Roman Empire
• Law and order: an ancient legal code from Crete
• A conversation with Egyptologist Salima Ikram
• Investigating Chiragan’s Roman statues…

Current Archaeology 384

• Exploring the world of Stonehenge
• Symbolism in Shakespeare’s schoolroom
• Quarrying clues: Neolithic stone extraction
• Britain’s most elusive Roman sculptures (out 9 February)
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Current World Archaeology 111

• Palmyra: what sculpture is revealing about life in a desert city
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• How DNA is solving archaeological mysteries
• Inca Empire: maintaining Central Andean suspension bridges
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• Verulamium, Britain’s third-largest Roman city
• Norway: secrets of the ice…

Military History Matters 126

• The Battle of Crécy
• ‘The worst maritime disaster ever’: the sinking of Wilhelm Gustloff
• General Wolfe at Quebec, 1759
• The Battle of Chinese Farm: Sinai, 1973
• The Philippines, 1942-1945…

Current Archaeology 383

• Uncovering scenes of the Trojan War in Rutland
• Wall paintings and rood-screens in Welsh churches
• African identities in Roman Britain
• Reconstructing the Dunch Hill roundhouse
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Minerva Magazine 193

• Luxor temple: where kings became gods
• Art and ancestors in ancient Peru
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• Domitian: portraying imperial power
• John Craxton and the art of ancient Greece…

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