On the cover: An exceptional Roman burial
Less than six months ago, a metal detectorist found some Roman bronze vessels in Hertfordshire, at Kelshall near Royston. Archaeologists secretly excavated the site. Here they together present the first report on the grave. Objects buried with the individual included a pair of unique millefiori glass dishes, glass vessels, an iron lamp and three decorated bronze jugs and a patera. One of the jugs has scenes reminiscent of the Georgics, a text by the Roman poet Virgil.
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