Hot on the heels of the publication of my first Archaeological Journal (vol. 169 for 2012), my second is now published (vol. 170 for 2013), available online to RAI members now and the print version is due for distribution this month. Why not join the RAI and get the Journal for free, together with many other benefits.
My third (vol. 171 for 2014) is due out in September 2014. Subsequently, the plan is for me to remain Honorary Editor for volumes 172 for 2015, 173 for 2016 and 174 for 2017 before handing over the editorial baton to my successor.
Here is the contents page for the newly published volume 170:
Archaeological Journal 170 for 2013
Edited by Howard Williams
Reviews edited by Kate Waddington
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