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Writing in CBA Information Sophie Cringle reports that –
British Archaeology has become world’s first English language general archaeology magazine to be made available for digital subscription.

Readers of the UK’s biggest and best archaeology magazine can now read about the latest discoveries and news in British archaeology and beyond, wherever they are in the world – on public transport, away from home, or on a business trip abroad!

The web version of British Archaeology is designed to look exactly the same as the printed version and has additional features to allow readers to make full use of their online subscription. Digital subscribers will find that text is fully searchable, with hyperlinks to websites and email addresses related to articles. A full year’s back catalogue will also be available to digital subscribers from the launch, giving access to at least two years worth of issues for the price of one year.
More here.

“Enjoy an autumn afternoon walk up on the downs learning about the ancient archaeology of the Stonehenge World Heritage Site and the area’s varied wildlife. On this three mile walk with views of the stone circle, we’ll visit ancient earthworks that have revealed much about the people who once lived and celebrated here. Talking points include the Cursus, the many and varied barrows, and an ancient avenue connecting ceremonial centres.”

Organised by the National Trust. Meet at Stonehenge carpark, November 12th, duration 2.00 – 4.30pm. Cost £3 per adult.

More here.


October 2011

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