The latest issue (no 116) of our British Archaeology magazine is out
now, packed with all the usual features, with a focus on the
controversial sale of the Crosby Garrett Roman helmet.
Magazine available in shops from Friday 10 December.
Also in this issue, other feature coverage includes the big dig at
Anglo-Saxon Flixborough in Lincolnshire, a lifetime project to catalogue
Roman potters' signatures (terra sigillata), the story of Bingham parish
in Nottinghamshire, a Neolithic settlement boundary in Cambridgeshire
and the Silbury Hill restoration project.
Plus News, Letter and all the regular articles: Mick's Travels with Time
Team's Mick Aston (in Peterborough and Castor), On the Web, Spoilheap,
Broadcasting, Science and more.
British Archaeology is a bimonthly members' magazine
(http://www.britarch.ac.uk/join) from the CBA that is also available by
subscription, and in larger WHSmith stores and the best independent
As always, the magazine contains Briefing
(http://www.britarch.ac.uk/briefing), the CBA's comprehensive list of
fieldwork, conferences and other events or activities around the UK.