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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ON THE COVER
Memories of Bootham
York City Football Club’s home had been at Bootham Crescent for nearly 90 years when the club moved to a new stadium in 2021. In a pioneering project, Historic England has been recording memories of a locally iconic place, and helping to see the site’s redevelopment reflects its history.
From the director
With Exploring Local Places the 2021 Festival of Archaeology theme, Neil Redfern looks back at how a wartime tragedy has been remembered in Leeds.
A proposal in a Conservation Area in Worthing, West Sussex raises questions of sustainability.
The 2021 Festival of Archaeology and beyond.
Encouraging young people to explore local landscapes.
Dating the Cerne Abbas Giant
Has archaeology finally solved the argument about the Giant’s age?
Ancient landscapes from the era of northern Europe’s earliest humans are eroding on the Norfolk shore. Local collectors step in.
Bronze Age migrants and natives
Was there a Neolithic wipe-out as immigrants brought the Bronze Age to Britain? Ancient DNA tells a new story of social complexity.
World of the Nebra Sky Disc
Reports from two new exhibitions in Germany that feature the archaeology of southern England and Stonehenge.
Bridge over the River Teviot
Old council minutes led a local heritage group to identify remains of a rare medieval bridge in the Scottish Borders. The discovery did not come too soon.
When visitors return to Caernarfon they will find much improved access facilities. Archaeological excavation ahead of the works has brought new insights to the castle’s history.
OTHER REGULARS INCLUDE
Keeping the Roman road atlas up to date.
The world in antiquity
Early Arabian monuments, alphabetic origins and a missing Viking.
Hugh Dennis, writer, comedian and presenter of The Great British Dig.
Capel-y-ffin, Llanthony, Powys.
Greg Bailey on TV
What archaeology will we see on TV after the loss of BBC4?
Royal Forteviot, and the year of the handaxe.
Cancelling archaeology: who will speak for ancient societies?
British Archaeology is a bimonthly members’ magazine that is also available in newsagents, and by subscription in print and digital.