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Amazing! For the first time, Ice Age cave art has been found in  Britain. Countless people have visited Creswell Crags on the…

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Rarely does an archaeological discovery change  accepted history. The traditional story of the Roman  invasion of Britain usually has Vespasian, later the…

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What are the outstanding achievements in British  archaeology? The British Archaeological Awards set out  every two years to survey the field of…

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How should we look after our historic towns? At Lincoln,  English Heritage has been sponsoring a new way of  assessing them, a…

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This issue marks the opening of the 17th volume of Current Archaeology, so it is  time for a new look, and a…

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More Iron Age gold has been found in north-west Norfolk. Our lead story this issue  comes from my own site at Sedgeford.…

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Iron Age warriors are in the news again, and three sites in quite different  regions of Britain allow us to compare and…

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We start this issue with a spectacular new discovery: an Anglo-Saxon royal  burial fit to compare with Sutton Hoo. Though the body…

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Have the Treasure Hunters won? For the past generation, treasure hunters  have been the bête noire of archaeologists, yet suddenly, everything seems…

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