CWA 23 was published in June 2007 and contained articles on the nature of what an Egyptian harem was and what its job was in light of new findings at Gurob, daily bojects recovered from the Punic town of Kerkouane and what they have in common with Greek finds, what to expect when excavating the [...]
CWA 22 was published in April 2007 and contained articles on new theories for the demise of the Maya, especially in Belize, the circumstances surrounding Howard Carter's historic find and why "Tutmania" has gripped the world ever since, the legendary canal of Xerxes that passed through Greece and to what extent Herodotus was correct, the recently [...]
CWA 21 was published in February 2007 and contained articles on the Dhakleh Oasis in the Egyptian desert and how it changed over time and The London Dockland's Museum exhibition about the first English settlement in America and how it maintained links with England. Also the CWA editor recounts the tales of her travels in China, [...]
CWA 18 was published in August 2006 and contained features on the rock-cut churches of Lalibela in Ethiopia, the forthcoming display in the British Museum's Room 2, the tomb of Zoser in Saqqara and the significance of its funerary art, the records made by Howard Carter of his historic finds in Tutankhamun's tomb and finally [...]
CWA 19 was published in October 2006 and contained features on the wide-ranging history of Gor Khuttree in the Khyber Pass, Kushite remains at Dangeil in the Sudan, the once highly developed city of Raqqa in Syria and also takes a look at the evolution of Iceland as an international trading hub.
CWA 20 was published in December 2006 and contained articles on the Roman Port of Ostia, palaeontological finds at the Spanish site of Orce, a look at the history of Ghana over the past 200 years, and a preview of the forthcoming British Museum exhibition on Polynesian "tapu".