n.a., (1995). Brit Archaeol 9.

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Brit Archaeol 9
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British Archaeology
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9
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1995
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The British Archaeological Bibliography (BAB)
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20 Jan 2002
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4 - 5
Reports rare BA and Roman finds in Thanet; a Neolithic farmstead in Cowie near Stirling; prehistoric bridges across the Thames in Boveney near Eton; and `In brief', concern over funding for maintenance of Britain's drystone walls, the acquisition of Cyfarthfa ironworks by Mid Glamorgan CC for restoration and public access, and the discovery of the most northerly amphitheatres in Catterick and West Heslerton.
Richard Bradley
8 - 9
The traditionally named `cup-&-ring' marks are renamed `rock art' as a prelude to new interpretations of their meaning and significance in prehistoric monuments and landscape.
Richard Morris
A discussion of problems with Planning Policy Guidance Note (Wales), circulated for comment in 1995.
Simon Denison
Interview with David Miles, Director of Oxford Archaeological Unit.
Susanna Wade-Martins
Reviews the speed, distribution and nature of agricultural developments between 1780--1880.
Timothy C Darvill
Reviews problems with using SMRs and the NMR as revealed by the Monuments at risk Survey (MARS). There is a call for GIS-based records using common standards to be employed for SMRs, thus facilitating prompt retrieval of information on a local and national level.