n.a., (1995). Brit Archaeol 7.

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Brit Archaeol 7
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British Archaeology
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7
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1995
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20 Jan 2002
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4 - 5
Notes the discovery of possible 1.8 million year old human activity in Andalucia; problems with ecclesiastical exemption and the implementation of the principles underlying PPG 16 as witnessed in the major repair works to All Saints Pavement, York; Roman military discoveries in Cheshire that may alter previous conceptions of Roman expansion in the north-west; and an `In brief' section mentioning the earliest settlement in Oxford, Treasure Trove developments, work in Wroxeter, and timbers from the oldest cottage in Britain (Upton Magna, Shrops).
A P Smyth
8 - 9
Asser's Life of King Alfred the Great is shown to be a forgery, which in turn raises questions about other histories, particularly the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle.
Simon Denison
Interview with the outgoing president of the CBA.
Richard Morris
A re-articulation of archaeology's fundamental identity and purpose, agreed by archaeologists of all backgrounds, could form a context for good practice, as the temptation to cut costs in order to win contracts threatens the quality of work.
Peter Carrington
A consideration of AS reuse and accommodation of earlier Roman buildings, using Chester as an example.
Ian Wood
Considers new questions concerning transition from the Roman to Anglo-Saxon periods, raised by the recent publication of the 1966 to 1973 excavations at York Minster.