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Friday, 9 January 2015

latest edition of Current Archaeology (299, Feb 2015) out today

Current Archaeology Issue 299 February 2015 on sale.

Among the many and varied delights:
 An update on progress at Sedgefield by Neil Falkner
  • Drinking rituals in Iron Age Scotland by Chris Catling
  • 1,000 years of lakeside living  in Co, Fermanagh by Nora Bermingham and Catriona Moore
  • Death on the Ridgeway by Louise Loe – which is fascinating and includes some fantastic photos
  • An update on the Richard III case
  • Information on Current Archaeology Live! 2015 – 27th and 28th February
  •  A bit of an expose on the wild eccentricities of the heritage world by Christopher Catling
  • A fantastic ad for archaeology insurance inside the back cover

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Wednesday, 7 January 2015

Insurance for your business premises and contents

What is Buildings and Contents Insurance?

Buildings insurance covers the cost of repairing damage to the structure of your property – resulting from standard and listed perils.  This includes damage to the roof, walls, ceilings, floors, doors and windows.  Outdoor structures such as garages, outbuildings and annexes, at the insured location and which belong to you or for which you are legally responsible are also covered.  The cover can include:

Monday, 5 January 2015

Are these the final written words of a doomed Spitfire pilot at the former RAF Coltishall base?

An inscription on a brick in an air raid shelter at the former RAF Coltisahll, which reads “N 194”. Archaeologists have interpreted it as the last letter of someone’s initials and a date in the 1940s.


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