But this just flew past my window, and it's nearly November. To say nothing of grapes and roses.
I’m very excited to be able to say that there is now a digital version of British Archaeology, launched on October 21 by its publishers, the charity the Council for British Archaeology. It’s actually the world’s first English language general archaeology magazine to be available for digital subscription. So how does it work, and what … Continue reading British Archaeology online!
Here's a striking illustration of how archaeology is driven by the rise and fall in building. All archaeological investigations in Ireland need a license, meaning it's a relatively easy task to see how many take place (try this is England!). Charles Mount has cleverly collated the figures and prepared this graph: His blog is worth … Continue reading Deconstructing archaeology