Find out what's in issue 109... out today! The November/December issue
of British Archaeology is packed full of all the latest archaeology news
and excavation reports, and much more... See
http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba for the full list of contents.
This issue, we take an exclusive look at the highly-publicised
Staffordshire Hoard. Other features include a rare Medieval road in
Wales, the beginning of new research excavations at Nevern Castle,
hunter-gatherers of the Scottish isles, a destroyed Iron Age hillfort in
Cambridgeshire, the Marsh Award shortlist (see CBA News
http://www.britarch.ac.uk/news/marsh-091007), Edwin Lutyens's memorial
legacy, the British Museum's controversial extension plans
Plus all the regular articles on Mick's Travels with Time Team's Mick
Aston, On the Web, Spoilheap, In View, Science and more.
British Archaeology is a bimonthly members' magazine from the CBA that
is also available by subscription, and in larger WHSmith stores, Borders
and the best independent newsagents. For more on membership and
subscription options or benefits go to http://www.britarch.ac.uk/join.
As always, the magazine contains Briefing, the CBA's comprehensive list
of fieldwork, conferences and other events or activities around the UK,
also available online at http://www.britarch.ac.uk/briefing.
View our news release with all the links at
Assistant Information Officer, Briefing Editor CBA