Author: Joe Flatman


Excavating the CA Archive: Hadrian’s Wall

Hadrian’s Wall has a special place in British archaeology and especially so in the history of Current Archaeology, being a place that the founders of CA knew and loved before they launched the magazine and to which they have returned repeatedly over the years.


Excavating the CA Archive: CA 324

Joe Flatman explores half a century of reports from the past. The CA articles mentioned by Joe Flatman in this month’s column below can be accessed for free for one month via Exact Editions, starting 1 February. Use the links within the text to jump to the individual issues, or click on the covers below. […]


Excavating the CA Archive: CA 323

It was not until CA 20 (May 1970) that the first interview was published in the magazine. It was with Martin Biddle, at that time directing the excavations under way on Saxon and medieval Winchester.


Excavating the CA archive: CA 322

One of the hallmarks of CA is the diversity of its geographic coverage. In this instalment of my excavation of the CA archive, I explore some of the stories behind the international travels of the Selkirks before they launched CA’s sister magazine, Current World Archaeology, in 2003.

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