Recent Archaeology Mags

Aard enjoys complimentary subscriptions to a number of popular archaeology magazines from which I learn a lot before passing them on to the Fisksätra public library. Here are my favourite stories from three recent issues that have crossed my current-reading shelf.

Current Archaeology 234, Sept.

Current Archaeology 236, Nov.

  • A huge 7th century gold and silver hoard found recently in Staffordshire. Excellent pix! I haven’t blogged about this since it’s been all over the mainstream news and I had little to add. (10 pp.)

  • A London tide mill, sturdily built in the 1190s and well preserved in the river sediments, its great wheel partly still in place (6 pp.).

Archaeology Nov/Dec.

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Comments

  1. #1 OriGuy
    November 13, 2009

    One that I’ve started reading is American Archeology. There are only excerpts of the contents online, though.

  2. #2 kai
    November 13, 2009

    Hm, the Current Archaeology links are 404 broken.

  3. #3 Martin R
    November 13, 2009

    Their site has crapped out. The links on the start page to individual stories don’t work. Hope they get their faeces together soon.

  4. #4 Jonathan Laden
    November 13, 2009

    I’d like to recommend Biblical Archaeology Review for archaeology of the ancient Near East – as I would even if I didn’t work there :-).

    There’s also quite a bit of info on our website.
    BiblicalArchaeology.org

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