M. W Pitts, ed., (2007). Brit Archaeol (1357-4442) 92. York: Council for British Archaeology.

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Brit Archaeol (1357-4442) 92
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British Archaeology
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92
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Mike W Pitts
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Council for British Archaeology
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2007
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The British & Irish Archaeological Bibliography (BIAB)
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URL: http://www.britarch.ac.uk/ba/ba92/index.shtml
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22 Jun 2007
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6 - 9
Short items about recent archaeological finds and events, including
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on the excavation of an exceptionally well preserved Iron Age settlement at Culduthel Farm near Inverness
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excavation at a major redevelopment site in Cambridge
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investigations at a substantial mound on the Ness of Brodgar have uncovered both domestic and funerary elements
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on a Roman tombstone saved from export; AHOB (the Ancient Human Occupation of Britain project); and a bastion of the Roman town wall found at Chichester
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Christian Heck
10 - 15
Article on the discovery of a previously unknown medieval depiction of Stonehenge, in an illuminated manuscript (a Scala Mundi) dated to 1440--1 which was probably written in England but is now at the Douai municipal library, France. Includes
Mike W Pitts
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on the possibility that Geoffrey of Monmouth's work, Historia Regum Britanniae, could include elements of folk memory
Cassie Newland
Greg Bailey
John Schofield
Anna Nilsson
16 - 21
Article on the investigation by archaeologists using excavation techniques of a 1991 Ford Transit van, with the aim of investigating what could be learnt about a common and characteristic type of contemporary place; establishing what archaeology could contribute to the way in which society, and archaeologists, use these places; and to challenge and critique the nature of contemporary archaeology. Includes a range of comments on the project, and brief notes on the palaeoenvironment, forensics, and the film of the excavation that has been produced.
Michael Lewis
24 - 25
On a project by the British Museum to monitor potential treasure finds (items which must legally be reported under Treasure Trove or the Treasure Act 1996) that were offered for sale on eBay, and on a procedure agreed between eBay.co.uk, the British Museum and the Museums, Libraries and Archives council for monitoring web sales of British antiquities.
Timothy C Darvill
Geoffrey Wainwright
Toby Driver
26 - 29
On the discovery and excavation of a Neolithic earthwork enclosure in Pembrokeshire, the first to be located in Wales.
Mick A Aston
30 - 33
Article on an area on the borders of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire where there is evidence of a large number of deserted medieval settlements, and which for a brief time in the early-eleventh century was a separate county.
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News of archaeological information published online, including
Caroline R Wickham-Jones
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short article on map-based archaeological websites
Sally Mittuch
46 - 49
Article on the cloister of Norwich Cathedral, built between 1297 and 1430, and in particular on the iconography of it roof bosses and other carvings.
Sebastian Payne
54
Article on the use of C14 concentrations in tree rings to estimate sunspot activity, and therefore short-term temperature change, in periods before documentary records,
Warwick Rodwell
55
Article on the damage being inflicted on historic churches and cathedrals by the need to comply with new regulations on health and safety, fire precautions and disabled access.
Angela Piccini
Sara Ayers-Rigby
Sara Nash
56 - 57
The authors discuss the impact of American programming on the structure and content of recent archaeological documentaries and archaeology-based dramas on television.
Mike W Pitts
64 - 65
Article on the work of the CBA as one of the amenity societies consulted in a statutory capacity on listed building consent applications which involve complete or partial demolition, with examples of some of the most interesting cases handled during 2006.
Barrie Marshall
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The architect of the proposed visitor centre for the Stonehenge world heritage site describes the ideas and considerations that informed its design.