Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions of using this website

About Us
Current Publishing Limited publishes archaeological content both electronically and in print. If you have any suggestions or comments please email us at subs@archaeology.co.uk

Our Contact details:
Current Publishing Limited
Thames Works, Church Street, London, W4 2PD
Phone: +44 8456 44 77 07
Fax: +44 8456 44 77 08
Email: subs@archaeology.co.uk

Purpose
This website is designed to tell you about us and our products. It also contains general information about archaeology and its related subjects.

By accessing or using any part of this website you agree to be bound by these terms of use, whether or not you register with us. If you do not wish to be bound by these terms you may not access or use this website.

We may change these terms of use at any time. Your continued access and use of the website will mean that you will agree to be bound by the most current version of the terms of use.
If you have any questions, please contact a member of our team.

The terms were last updated on 9 March 2016.

Information
The content found on this website is provided purely for information and is subject to change without further notice. You should not rely on it without first seeking further advice. We accept no responsibility for the accuracy, completeness, adequacy or suitability of any information found on this website. For further information please contact a member of our team on 020 8819 5580.

Copyright
All items that appear within this site are © Current Publishing Limited 2017 unless we say differently.
Please contact us if you wish to reproduce anything on the site.

Links
The content of other websites that are linked to ours are outside our control and we do not accept responsibility for them. Any links are provided for your interest or convenience only and do not imply any endorsement by Current Publishing Limited. You acknowledge that the use of such third party websites is governed by the terms and conditions of use as applicable to such website.

Use of Cookies
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Log Files
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Personal details and data privacy
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We may use this data to make you aware of additional services that may be of interest to you, or any changes to the site.

Current Publishing Limited maintains e-mail lists. When you register, your details will be stored on a database and we will occasionally e-mail you to keep you informed about our magazines. If you do not wish to receive this e-mail service please, write to inform us at: subs@archaeology.co.uk