Latest Articles Uploaded to Archlib
The CBA has just added more articles to its online ArchLib service. You can now download Volumes 20-29 of Northamptonshire Archaeology and Volume 12 nos 1 and 2 of London Archaeologist.
ArchLib is an electronic library of publications for archaeology provided by the CBA, with support from the Society of Antiquaries of London. This not-for-profit service provides access to material from a consortium of archaeological publishers, offering researchers a range of publications through one easy search-and-buy interface. It also offers publishers an easy and affordable way of making their content available online.
Highlights of the latest uploads include a look at the blog from the Prescot Street excavations by L-P Archaeology, Young Archaeologists' Club Branches in London, refurbishments to the museum at Lullingstone Roman Villa, many site reports from varying excavations in the Northamptonshire region covering multiple periods, plus their Microfiche content and much more... Why not have a browse of the resources and see what's available?
For more information, visit: http://www.britarch.ac.uk/news/091110-archlib
To go straight to ArchLib, visit: http://archlib.britarch.net