British Archaeology magazine is a bi-monthly magazine that looks in depth at the latest archaeology news, discoveries and research within the UK and from British Archaeologists working overseas.
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Issue 171 of British Archaeology out now!
On the cover: Freedom fighter
Wearing a new reconstruction of a unique helmet, a warrior who died around 50BC might have been a continental leader who fled to Britain ahead of Caesar’s advance. Our exclusive feature describes both the original excavation and new research
AMONG OTHER STORIES
A decade in archaeology
We look back at the 2010s, the busiest ten years in British archaeology, ever. Excavations, discoveries and scientific developments created an unprecedented amount of new material and information. Institutions worked to combat the damaging effects to heritage of budget cuts, conflict, war and illicit trading. The growing power of digitisation revolutionised fieldwork, analysis and public engagement. From all this we choose the top five sites, finds and infrastructure projects. And we ask, what next?
The ruins of Crosby
An unusual form of shore-line archaeology focuses on the rubble that remembers Liverpool lives shattered by Second World War bombing
The lure of the murky sea
In the last issue we asked if archaeologists should drop the term “Anglo-Saxon”. In the wake of an exhibition in Germany about migrants and mercenaries in the fifth century AD, we offer another perspective on cross-Channel early medieval Europe, inspired by discoveries on the continent
Saving an unusual industrial relic
The Charlcotte Furnace was on England’s first Heritage at Risk Register. We tell the remarkable story of this early blast furnace in Shropshire, and its conservation
Romans and Saxons
Excavation in Cambridgeshire has uncovered a common confusion of late prehistoric and Roman settlement on a similar layout. However, indications of further continuity into early Anglo-Saxon times are rare. We present first impressions of a site rich in stories
Our 15th annual feature celebrating lovers of antiquity
A Celtic shield and a collection of bronzes
Greg Bailey on TV
Who watches archaeology on TV now?
Mike Heyworth, leaving the CBA after 30 years
Cademuir Hill in the Scottish Borders
The power of public support for archaeology
Holly Cottage, North Yorkshire
Beaker People and Barrow Clump
Can we trust Boris Johnson with archaeology?
The UK's only archaeological events listing, with exhibition reviews
British Archaeology is a bimonthly members' magazine that is also available in newsagents, and by subscription in print and digital