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Issue 371 - October 2019

Newly discovered objects from a Bronze Age battlefield may be from a warrior coming from hundreds of miles away to join the fight.
Tobias Uhlig et al.
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Interdisciplinary research reveals that Great Orme was the focus of Britain's first mining boom, c. 1600–1400 BC, with its products spreading from Brittany to Sweden.
R. Alan Williams and Cécile Le Carlier de Veslud
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Mahendraparvata - an early Angkor-period capital from the 9th century AD - has been identified and defined through airbone laser scanning in Phnom Kulen.
Jean-Baptiste Chevance et al.
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The author identifies possible examples of weights and weight-regulated artefacts from Bronze Age Britain, hinting at a continental influence on the region during the period.
Lorenz Rahmstorf
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