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Mark Merrony reflects on human technological achievement
Sofia Carreira-Wham reports on the sensational Bronze Age discovery of En Esur
Who do we think we are?
Mark Merrony looks at early humans and their tool technology
Champollion, hieroglpyphs, and Coptic magical papyri
Murray Eiland interviews Egyptologist Bill Manley
Stonehenge: temple of death, healing, and cosmology
Mark Merrony gives an outline of this iconic monument and what we know about it
A woman with a grave affliction: an archaeological detective story from Punta Secca, Sicily
Roger Wilson reveals the secrets of a recently excavated late Roman house and its rather bizarre former occupant with an unusual medical condition
The Gandhara connection: Rome and the art of Asia
Peter Stewart gives a fascinating insight into the fusion of Roman and Asian art
Nalanda: the oldest university in the world?
Murray Eiland looks at one of the most celebrated ancient Buddhist seats of learning
Akhenaten: Egypt's false prophet
Nicholas Reeves, reviewed by
Lives of the Ancient Egyptians
Toby Wilkinson, reviewed by
Birds in the Ancient World
Jeremy Mynott, reviewed by
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