Ancient Egypt Magazine 137

• Min, the God of the Eastern Desert
• Temple of Mentuhotep II: an innovative building at Deir el-Bahri
• Divine kingship: Sety I, Ramesses II, and their colossal alter egos
• Pharaoh’s chariot wheel
• Exploring tomb distribution in Upper Qurna
• Horemkhauef of Hierakonpolis…

Current Archaeology 400

In this issue:

- Surprises from the Roman frontier: investigating a new turret on Hadrian’s Wall
- Archaeology for all: can social value save archaeology from extinction?
- Seeking seclusion: tracing medieval hermits in Britain and Ireland
- Excavations and attractions: celebrating half a century of the York Archaeological Trust

Plus: News, Reviews, Science Notes,…

Current World Archaeology 119

• Rethinking the role of Persian and Greek luxury
• Investigating the transition to settled and farming lifestyles on the Konya Plain
• Exploring Persia’s northern defences in late antiquity
• The archaeological gems of Greece’s forgotten highlands
• Grama Bay: a crossroads in the Mediterranean…

Military History Matters 134

• Cunningham and Cape Matapan: taking on Mussolini’s battle fleet
• Gettysburg: the five key myths
• Battlefield Ukraine: lessons from history
• The real Vlad Dracula: in search of a 15th-century warlord
• The World at War: fifty years of a television classic…

Current Archaeology 399

• Life and death in prehistoric Ponteland
• Reimagining Roman Richborough
• Revisiting villas in Roman Britain
• How ancient odours can bring the past to life
• Tracing a later prehistoric engraved stone from Shropshire…

Minerva Magazine 201

• The rise of royalty in prehistoric Europe
• Exploring interpretations of the Fayum mummy portraits
• Wooden wonders at Herculaneum
• Drinking and decadence in the ancient Persian and Greek worlds
• Touring Siena’s medieval monuments…

Ancient Egypt Magazine 136

• Min, the God of the Eastern Desert
• Temple of Mentuhotep II: an innovative building at Deir el-Bahri
• Divine kingship: Sety I, Ramesses II, and their colossal alter egos
• Pharaoh’s chariot wheel
• Exploring tomb distribution in Upper Qurna
• Horemkhauef of Hierakonpolis…

Current Archaeology 398

• Skellig Michael: religious life at the edge of the world
• The Gloucester: a royal wreck
• King’s Lynn under siege: Civil War fortress engineering
• Reconstructing the shrine of Thomas Becket
• The Govan Stones: archaeology at the heart of a Glasgow community…

Current World Archaeology 118

• The story of a Roman frontier fort in Jordan
• Myths and Minoans at Knossos
• Mountain rock art in Kyrgyzstan
• Palmyra: the archive of Harald Ingholt
• Exploring a Peruvian fortress-temple in the desert…

Military History Matters 133

• The Peloponnesian War: how conflict tore ancient Greece apart
• Imperial firefighters: Roberts, Kitchener, and the Anglo-Boer War
• Churchill’s American arsenal: the special relationship that won World War II
• How the Scots saved France: the Battle of Baugé, 1421
• The end: Vietnam, 1973…

Current Archaeology 397

• Druce Farm Roman villa: a community dig in the heart of Dorset
• Exploring evidence for gladiators in York and Cirencester
• Searching for the ‘Band of Brothers’ at Aldbourne
• Cosmati at Canterbury Cathedral? the history of a medieval mosaic
• The story of the All Saints ‘anchoress’…

Minerva Magazine 200

• The artists behind Maya masterpieces
• Art and identity in the Mediterranean
• Unravelling the myths and archaeology of Minoan Knossos (available on The Past 23 February)
• Exploring palatial pleasures in Parma
• Touring the ancient theatres of Epirus…

Ancient Egypt Magazine 135

• Gold and the afterlife: reconsidering mummies from Graeco-Roman Egypt
• Francis Frith: the pioneering photographer of Egypt’s monuments
• Akhenaten and Nefertiti: reinterpreting the reign of Egypt’s ‘Golden Couple’
• Stone Age Egypt: exploring Neolithic settlements of the Western Desert
• Golden flies: are they really military awards?
• Exploring the afterlife of ancient…

Current Archaeology 396

• The Knowe of Swandro: racing against time and tide in Orkney
• Archaeology and the National Trust
• St Bartholomew the Great: London’s oldest surviving parish church
• Arminghall Henge: a burnt timber circle from prehistoric Norfolk
• Excavating a Bronze Age barrow and a Roman ‘shrine’ in Overstone…

Current World Archaeology 117

• ‘The city thirsts’: the most extensive water supply system in the ancient world
• The Priest of Pututus: a unique Andean tomb
• Conjuring Mongolian deer stones: seeking the meaning of enigmatic monoliths
• The man in the parcel: unravelling a mortuary mystery
• Ireland: the prehistoric passage tombs of Knowth and…

Military History Matters 132

• Clash in the Pacific: the fight for Guadalcanal
• Ignorance in war: from Balaclava to Vietnam
• The pirate menace: the dark side of privateering
• The Spanish Civil War: a country divided
• ‘For battle it was none’: the murder of Evesham, 1265…

Current Archaeology 395

• The Harpole Treasure: early medieval Britain’s most significant female burial
• 20 years of discoveries at the Ness of Brodgar
• Return to Priors Hall: a Roman villa estate near Corby
• Weeley Barracks: echoes of the Napoleonic wars in Essex
• Penywyrlod: uncovering the Cotswold-Severn long cairn and barrow…

Minerva Magazine 199

• Painting Pompeii: how Roman houses were decorated
• Silk Road oases: exploring ancient Uzbekistan
• Chariot kings: the evolving image of the pharaoh
• Shock and awe: the imaginative work of Henry Fuseli
• Persia and beyond: the mythical legend of Alexander the Great in the East…

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…

Ancient Egypt Magazine 134

• Warrior Tutankhamun: fragile pharaoh no more
• The first resurrection of Tutankhamun
• Howard Carter: his lasting legacy as an artist
• Medicine and healing: treating the sick in ancient Egypt
• Exploring the ancient Egyptian diet
• Exhibition: Daughters of the Nile…

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