n.a., (1998). Brit Archaeol 37.

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Brit Archaeol 37
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British Archaeology
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37
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1998
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20 Jan 2002
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4 - 5
Notes remains of early modern industry found at Reading (Berks); new proposals for improvements to the road systems surrounding and visitor centre at Stonehenge; and a medieval water system in east London (Spitalfields). In brief notes the discovery of a stone inscribed with the Latinised name Artognou, at Tintagel, the conviction and fining of a farmer who destroyed over 800m of medieval hedgerows in Herefordshire near Hay-on-Wye, and traces of what may be one of the oldest churches in Britain at Vindolanda fort on Hadrians Wall (Nthumb).
P S Barnwell
6 - 7
Building adaptation to technological change in the eighteenth to nineteenth centuries.
Martin Henig
8 - 9
Argues that southern Britain had Romanised prior to the invasion of 43BC.
William Foot
10 - 11
Being the thousands of miles of anti-tank ditches constructed in Britain during the Second World War (from June 1940 therein), and now filled-in.
Robert H Bewley
12 - 13
Industrial sites across the Lake District.
Simon Denison
Notes important voluntary work aided by the CBA, including the dating of medieval cottages in Shropshire and Broad Eye windmill in Stafford.
Richard Morris
DCMS review of activities as part of the government's Comprehensive Spending Review may instigate a form of regionalisation that will have uneven consequences for national conservation practice. The government is entreated to enter into an informed debate with relevant interested parties.