In previous posts I have updated you regarding my role as Honorary  Editor for the Archaeological Journal, the annual journal of the Royal Archaeological Institute.

Having edited my first volume of the Journal successfully – vol. 169 – I previously posted the provisional contents of the next volume – 170.

I am pleased to say that the Archaeological Journal vol. 170 for 2013 has now gone through first and second proofs and will be distributed to subscribing libraries and members of the RAI in April 2014. As you can see, it contains seven original research articles and an extensive reviews section.

DSCN0364Archaeological Journal 170 for 2013 – Edited by Howard Williams, Reviews edited by Kate Waddington, Publication in April 2014

Howard Williams and Kate Waddington: Editorial       1

Andy M. Jones et al.: Landscapes of Stone: Contextualising Greenstone Working and Lithics from Clodgy Moor.  2-29

Rick Schulting and Richard Bradley: ‘Of human remains and weapons in the neighbourhood of London’: New Radiocarbon Dates on Thames ‘River Skulls’ Exhibiting Injuries.  30-77

Emma Durham with Michael Fulford: Symbols of Power: Eagles in Roman Britain and the Silchester Bronze Eagle.  78-105

Phil Andrews: Two Possible Nymphaea at Truckle Hill, North Wraxall, Wiltshire.  106-153

Kirsty E. Squires: Piecing Together Identity: a Social Investigation of Early Anglo-Saxon Cremation Practices, 154-200

Julian D. Richards: Cottam, Cowlam and Environs: an Anglo-Saxon Estate on the Yorkshire Wolds. 201-271

Jeremy Haslam: The Unfinished Chapel at Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire, and Ecclesiastical Politics in the Early Eleventh Century. 272-301

Reviews           302-334

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