Books & Magazines (9)
‘Our field is the Earth, our range in time a million years or so, our subject the human race.’ O.G.S. Crawford, founder of Antiquity in his first editorial in 1927.
A magazine devoted to British archaeology; indeed with over 17,000 subscribers, it is by far the biggest magazine devoted to British archaeology. It’s in full colour, it is devoted mainly to excavations and it covers all periods. It comes out monthly and it is aimed at what we call the middle market – we aim to bridge the gap between the amateur and the professional.
|Fortean Times Magazine
Fortean Times Magazine the world of strange phenomena featuring weird news, strange pictures, videos, books, film reviews and more
|History Scotland Magazine
History Scotland is Scotlands bi-monthly illustrated history and archaeology magazine. It has been created in order to meet the need for a publication with the highest quality of writing, but which is accessible to a wide audience. If you have an interest in Scottish history, then you are sure to find History Scotland magazine stimulating and informative.
Solving Stonehenge the New Key to an Ancient Enigma. If you only ever read a single book about Stonehenge. this has to be the one.
|Stonehenge has been solved!
Was Stonehenge an observatory? Yes indeed it was! Any theory that proposes the use of Stonehenge as an observatory must deal with an uncomfortable truth: The monument is not located at the highest point in its area, as you would surely expect, but there is higher ground to the north east and also to the south west. That problem is adequately explained here.
|The Archaeology Coursebook
Including new methods and case studies in this third edition, it provides pre-university students and teachers, as well as undergraduates and enthusiasts, with the skills and technical concepts necessary to grasp the subject.
|The Decipherment of the Megaliths
Stars Stones and Scholars & The Decipherment of the Megaliths
|The Sheffield Graduate Journal of Archaeology
assemblage is the newly re-launched online journal from the Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield. It is staffed entirely by postgraduate students from the department. assemblage aims to provide a forum for open academic discussion and a vehicle for the dissemination of scholarly research.