Minerva Magazine 191

• Megalithic Malta
• Nefertiti
• Rome’s hidden mosaics
• The Battle of Salamis: a clash that shaped the Western world
• St Francis of Assisi: examining an unusual maiolica plate
• History of Egyptology, from 1822 to 1922…

Current Archaeology 378

• Interpreting Roman river finds from Piercebridge
• Exploring the prehistoric heart of Galloway
• Tracing the Glencoe Massacre
• A concrete replica of the Cross of St John speaks
• Raksha Dave: archaeology for everyone…

Current World Archaeology 108

• The Antikythera Mechanism
• Nero: monster or maligned?
• A legionary fortress at Valkenburg
• Cloggs Cave: Australia's puzzling cave revisited
• Seeking out the lost city of Norchia…

Military History Matters 123

• Nelson and Trafalgar
• Germany’s brutal Great War POW camps
• Lincoln vs McClellan
• The Battle of Cerami, 1063
• Forgotten battles: Catarelto, September/October ’44…

Current Archaeology 377

• Dover Castle
• Britain’s first medieval chess workshop
• Reconstructing the Sutton Hoo ship
• Experiments in construction at Butser Ancient Farm
• Kent Archaeological Rescue Unit…

Minerva Magazine 190

• Nero: a new look at the infamous emperor
• Picasso: Iberian influences
• Ionia, 1764: the romance of ruins
•Galloway Hoard: surprising finds from the Viking Age
• Banquets: the theatre of feasting…

Current Archaeology 376

• Galloway Hoard: a Viking Age collection
• Nero, Boudica, and Roman Britain
• Thomas Becket at the British Museum
•Carmarthenshire: a long-lost henge in Wales
• 12th-century civil war smithy site…

Current World Archaeology 107

• Jerash: discovering homes toppled during an earthquake in Jordan
• Seasons at Hawaiian temples
• Discovering Roman women’s lives
• Tuscany: Queen Adelaide’s castle
• Papua New Guinea: homegrown archaeology…

Military History Matters 122

• Barbarossa: biggest invasion in history
• Braddock at Monongahela, 1755
• Butterfly Effect at war
• Crusader strategy
• French invasion of Britain: Fishguard, February 1797…

Current Archaeology 375

• Butser Ancient Farm’s Neolithic new dawn
• The origins of two fortifications in the March of Ewyas
• Iron Age bog bodies
• Life and death in the Sculptor’s Cave
• Time Team returns…

Minerva Magazine 189

• Thomas Becket: Canterbury Tales
• The lost city of al-Qata’i‘
• Persian Splendours: 5,000 years of Iranian culture
• Brixia: The Roman city and its bronzes
• Rosetta Stone and Thomas Young’s attempts to decipher it…

Current Archaeology 374

• Fluctuating fortunes of
Roman and medieval Exeter
• Burials in late Iron Age and early medieval Ireland
• New thinking on the Mary Rose and her crew
• An archaeology of airfields
• Exploring female stories from Sutton Hoo…

Current World Archaeology 106

• Medieval Oslo
• Rock art in Mongolia
• How Roman soldiers found their outposts
• The Torlonia marbles
• Ionian Islands: in search of the real Ithaca
• Florence: magnificent Etruscan treasures
• Egypt: a virtual tomb visit…

Military History Matters 121

• Airpower comes of age
• The fight to destroy Hitler’s Tirpitz
• The Swiss: a late medieval military elite
• Britain’s secret World War II resistance plans
• The Walcheren Expedition, 1809…

Current Archaeology 373

• Conserving Britain’s largest Iron Age hoard
• Britain’s first 5th-century mosaic at Chedworth?
• Early Christianity in western Britain & Ireland
• Infant Beaker burial near Salisbury
• Hadrian’s Wall: what was it for?…

Minerva Magazine 188

• The sacred power of shiny objects
• Tigray: painted churches in peril
• Stabiae: Roman land of leisure
• Sutton Hoo: the story behind The Dig
• Galen: the emperor’s doctor
• A helping hand for heritage…

Current Archaeology 372

• Exploring the British Isles’ earliest art
• Tracing evidence for our closest hominin relatives in Britain
• Sunken ships: Britain’s colonial past
• Discoveries by lockdown gardeners
• Keith Marischal: searching for a lost castle and Renaissance palace…

Current World Archaeology 105

• An Etruscan hypogeum on Corsica
• Mosaics in Caddeddi Roman villa
• Colonising the Arctic Circle
• A Phoenician shipwreck
• The horizon of Khufu: inside the Great Pyramid
• The Penn Museum: looking to the future…

Military History Matters 120

• How the Royal Navy achieved global supremacy
• Jan Smuts: guerrilla, politician, warlord
• Sweden’s greatest defeat: Battle of Kircholm, 1605
• Clash of champions: war by personal combat
• Texel, 1945: Nazi Germany’s forgotten last battle…

Current Archaeology 371

• Rise of the mega-henges
• Glassmaking in England
• WWI Home Front aerodrome
• Boxford’s mythological mosaic
• Exploring Victorian wash houses in Britain…

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