This month sees the publication of the 171st volume of the Archaeological Journal: the annual publication of the Royal Archaeological Institute. This is my third edited volume and the third with reviews edited by Kate Waddington.
The volume is uploaded onto the RAI’s website and is accessible to members here. The print volume is being distributed to RAI members and subscribing libraries.
Editorial: HOWARD WILLIAMS AND KATE WADDINGTON
A Bayesian Radiocarbon Chronology of the Early Neolithic of Yorkshire and Humbersider: SEREN GRIFFITHS
Golden Biographies: The Production, Curation, Fragmentation and Deposition of the Amorican-Type Rolled-Gold Bead-Like Ornaments found at Pendleton, Lancashire: DAVID BARROWCLOUGH
The Biography of a Settlement: An Analysis of Middle Iron Age Deposits and Houses at Howe, Orkney: KATE WADDINGTON
Two Roman Britains: DAVID BREEZE
The Wirral Brooch: The Form, Distribution and Role of a Regional Romano-British Brooch Type: FRANCES MCINTOSH
Technologies of Appearance: Hair Behaviour in Early Medieval Europe: STEVEN P. ASHBY
A Post-Roman Sequence at Carlisle Cathedral: MIKE MCCARTHY
Stonemasons’ Drawings on Building Fabric: Diversity, Form and Function: ROSE HARRIS ADAMSON
Gateways to Power: The Castles of Ranulf III of Chester and Llywelyn the Great of Gwynedd: RACHEL SWALLOW
Crossing the Threshold: Negotiating Space in the Vernacular Houses of the Isle of Lewis: CATRIONA MACKIE
An Assemblage of Collegiate Ceramics: Mid-Nineteenth Century Dining at Trinity Hall, Cambridge: CRAIG CESSFORD
Two Exhumations and an Attempted Theft: The Posthumous Biography of St Cuthbert in the Nineteenth Century and its Historicist Narratives: ROBERT MCCOMBE