Archaeology and Brexit

  In a recent news magazine programme on Radio 4, there was a discussion about fruit. “We all love oranges,” says a reporter. “But if you love oranges, you’re in for a shock. Because a new survey has found out that you don’t.” Later in the feature the presenter asks a representative of an organisation … Continue reading Archaeology and Brexit

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The peers in the car park

Buried in the new Antiquity between pages 519 and 538, the 13th of 14 research papers, is one about a grave. It doesn’t feature on the cover (that honour goes to a photo mosaic of ancient buildings in the Libyan Sahara), and there’s nothing to flag up what will undoubtedly be one of the journal’s … Continue reading The peers in the car park