In this issue, we also go deep inside Silbury Hill and show you what the tunnels were really like, and why it is necessary to seal the mound forever. Braving the chill Yorkshire winds, CA visits York’s biggest excavation in the past 25 years as well as a newly opened reconstruction of a centurion’s house at South Shields. Andrew Selkirk profiles his trip along the Antonine Wall in last Word and discusses the recent bid for World Heritage status: is it worthy? We also go deep inside Silbury Hill and show you what the tunnels were really like, and why it is necessary to seal the mound forever.
SILBURY HILL: a last look inside.
3D LASER SCANNING FOR HERITAGE: The future of the past?
HUNGATE: the archaeology of modern urban poverty.
SOUTH SHIELDS: rebuilding a Roman fort.
Flagship national archaeology scheme faces crippling cuts
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