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Issue 177 of British Archaeology out now!
ON THE COVER
Behind the scenes of the new film set at the Sutton Hoo excavation: an interview with the director, Simon Stone, perspectives from the British Museum and the National Trust, and what it’s like to be an archaeological advisor on a Netflix movie.
AMONG OTHER STORIES
A community project is revealing a world of defended settlements, competitive hierarchies and fine crafts over 2,000 years ago around the Tay estuary on Scotland’s east coast
A new breakthrough allows pottery to be radiocarbon dated. The scientists behind the technology describe it as “a game-changer”
Archaeologists found rare evidence for Neolithic London on the site of the new Amazon HQ. Could radiocarbon dating the pottery say how old it was?
A large henge enclosure in Dorset was thought to have developed over centuries during the Neolithic and Bronze Age. A new scientific programme has overturned that idea, with big implications
Unlocking Eddisbury hillfort
Research into gate-mechanisms opens a door onto a vanished world
Our annual tribute to some of the archaeologists and lovers of antiquity who died in the past year
From the director
Reflecting on 2020, from an online Festival to old bathtubs
Detecting crimes and concealing statues
Sculptor Antony Gormley talks about his long fascination with archaeology
Taddiport Leper Fields, Devon
Greg Bailey on TV
Egyptian Mummies with Bettany Hughes
An outhouse on New Street, Penryn, Cornwall
Staffordshire Hoard, Stonehenge and the Ness of Brodgar
Winners in Festival photography competition
Shaping archaeology to benefit youth voice
Disrupting the past
Archaeology is about the living, not just the dead
Unleashing the mayhem of antiquity
British Archaeology is a bimonthly members’ magazine that is also available in newsagents, and by subscription in print and digital