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Bearing the truth about Celtic art: Kunst der Kelten in Bern
In summary, these three books show that, although there is much still to do, the archaeology of Jordan has entered a relatively healthy stage of maturity, with interpretations of greater depth and
The Economy of Dürrnberg-Bei-Hallein: An Iron Age Salt-mining Centre in the Austrian Alps
For the first time in English, we present a summary of the international programme of excavation work carried out between 1990 and 2001 in and around the Iron Age salt-mining complex of the
The Flying Dutchman reaches port
Christopher Hawkes, foundation Professor of European Archaeology at Oxford, was once asked whether he knew a young archaeologist called Vincent Megaw. He responded: “Megaw? Megaw? There’s a whole
Ancient salt-mining in Austria
Above Hallein, 14 km south of Salzburg and at 800 m above sea level, the spa village of Heilbad Dürrnberg clusters around what until recently was a centre of commercial salt production. Its
Through a window on the European iron age darkly: Fifty years of reading early Celtic art
Abstract As a prelude to preparing a Supplement to Paul Jacobsthal's fundamental study, Early Celtic Art, appropriate definitions are reviewed as well as half‐a‐ccntury of work on what continues to
Imag(in)ing the Celts
In the latest of his periodic reviews of Celtic exhibitions in the pages of Antiquity (Megaw 1981; 1992; 1994) Vincent resumes the Grand Tour and evaluates a series of such events over the past
A Celtic cornucopia
* Department of Archaeology, Flinders University, GPO 2100, Adelaide 5001, Australia (Email: vincent.megaw@flinders.edu.au); Department of Archaeology, University of Glasgow, Glasgow G12 8QH, UK For
The Iron Age Mirror Burial at Pegsdon, Shillington, Bedfordshire: An Interim Account
In November 2000 metal detectorists located a decorated copper-alloy mirror, a single silver Knotenfibel brooch and some pottery sherds at Pegsdon, Shillington, Bedfordshire. Subsequent excavation of