Rebecca Haslam and Victoria Ridgeway The British Museum Press, £40.00 ISBN 978-0861592036 Review LM The British Museum is home to archaeological riches from all over the world, but what can its own archaeology tell us about Bloomsbury through the ages? Investigations carried out by Pre-Construct Archaeology in the 1990s and 2000s in advance of the […]
PRESS RELEASE: The History of Archaeology wins Current Archaeology’s prestigious Book of the Year award for 2015.
Top honours for Book of the Year at the prestigious Current Archaeology Awards went to Dr Paul Bahn who edited The History of Archaeology (published by Routledge). Exploring how archaeology is practised in countries ranging across Europe, the Far East, Africa, and Latin America — often prompting surprising comparisons — this thought-provoking book examines how […]
PRESS RELEASE: Roman Camps in Britain wins prestigious Book of the Year award following a record number of votes from the general public
Top honours for Book of the Year (sponsored by Oxbow Books) at the prestigious Current Archaeology Awards went to Rebecca Jones for Roman Camps in Britain (published by Amberley). This volume brings to life the mostly ephemeral traces of the temporary fortifications built by the Roman army while engaged in military campaigns or construction projects […]