n.a., (1999). Brit Archaeol 45.

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Brit Archaeol 45
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British Archaeology
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45
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1999
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20 Jan 2002
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4 - 5
Symbolic finds on the site of the new Scottish parliament, a large Roman aisled building - possibly an Imperial malting complex - at Mildenhall (Suffolk), and new evidence for Viking influence on the development of English towns (Norwich). In brief notes EH excavation plans for a timber circle found on the Norfolk coast, re-display of the Dorchester Roman town house after a three-year conservation and excavation project, Roman ships from Pisa harbour, and the discovery at Emperor Nero's Golden House in Rome of the signatures of Casanova and the Marquis de Sade, apparently scratched close together.
Paul B Pettitt
6 - 7
Palaeolithic skeleton of four-year-old boy (discovered in 1998 at Lagar Velho, Portugal) provides evidence for the interbreeding of Neanderthals and modern humans.
Duncan Steel
8 - 9
Argues that Stonehenge was erected to predict meteor showers.
Mike Parker-Pearson
10 - 11
Argues that `Gods' were first invented in the Bronze Age.
John Schofield
12 - 13
Medieval London -- see also 99/1510 and 99/1634.
H Aubrey W Burl
Antiquarian evidence (William Cunnington's 1801 excavation of Bole's Barrow) indicates at least one other bluestone in the Salisbury Plain centuries before the construction of Stonehenge. Concludes that glaciation and not human agency transported the stones from Pembrokeshire to Wiltshire.
Richard Morris
Personal recollection and observation evoking a sense of archaeology's attraction, worth and present position.