Issue 340, June 2014

Fish for the city

Meta-analysis of archaeological cod remains and the growth of London’s northern trade.

The hidden paintings of Angkor Wat

Enhancement techniques from rock art research used to highlight ancient wall paintings.

The earliest dental prosthesis in Celtic Gaul?

The case of an Iron Age burial at Le Chêne, France.

Fish for the city
David C. Orton, James Morris, Alison Locker & James H. Barrett
The hidden paintings of Angkor Wat
Noel Hidalgo Tan, Im Sokrithy, Heng Than & Khieu Chan
The earliest dental prosthesis in Celtic Gaul?
Guillaume Seguin et al.

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