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    Cambridge University Press and the Society of Antiquaries of London (SAL) are delighted to announce the completion of the online archives of Archaeologia, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London and The …

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    In the first of three posts, Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few notes on getting your first book ready for publication. In these posts, John focuses on revised theses and…

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    In his second post, Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few more notes on getting your first book ready for publication. John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many…

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    A momentous history of medicine article appears in a recent issue  of Medical History… journal, which is housed in the Centre for Global Health Histories at York: ‘Vesalius Revised: His Annotations to the 1555 Fabrica’

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    Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few final notes on getting your first book ready for publication.  In his posts, John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many of the…

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    In 2012 the archives of Archaeologia, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London and The Antiquaries Journal… were published on Cambridge Journals Online. Collectively they comprise the journal archives of The Society of

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    You’ve got an idea for a paper, but aren’t sure about how to get your scholarship to the right audience.  Melissa Good, Commissioning Editor for Cambridge Journals, gives an overview.  She manages a portfolio of…

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    You’ve got an idea for a paper, but aren’t sure about how to get your scholarship to the right audience.  Melissa Good, Commissioning Editor for Cambridge Journals, completes her overview. What happens after you have…

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    The British Museum is currently hosting a fascinating exhibition looking at life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum. It will be running until the 29th September 2013, and you can find out further information here.…

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    Did the Iron Age death ritual involve wild bird sacrifice?  Was Roman Cirencester named ‘Cironium’ not ‘Corinium’? What can we learn from the Monastic Foundation at Anglo-Saxon Lyminge in Kent? The latest volume of The Antiquaries …

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    Back in spring 2008 the new Doctor Who… was entering its fourth season. David Tennant was the Doctor, Catherine Tate was his companion Donna, and Pompeii was the destination of their first journey through time

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    Stephen Mitchell is Honorary Secretary of the British Institute at Ankara (BIAA). He brings us the latest from the Neolithic site of Çatalhöyük. Çatalhöyük is the flagship of the excavation programme in Turkey supported by…

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    August 19th 2014 marks two thousand years since the death of the Roman emperor Augustus. The commemorations may not be as lavish as in 1938, when the Italian government celebrated the bi-millennium of his birth…

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    The 2014 volume of The Antiquaries Journal  …is now available online. In this blogpost, the journal’s Assistant Editor, Christopher Catling, provides a summary of four articles from the volume, which you can download and share at no

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    Eleanor Robson, Voluntary Chair of the British Institute for the Study of Iraq’s governing Council and Professor of Ancient Middle Eastern History at University College London, discusses Iraq’s cultural heritage. For over eighty years now, the journal…

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    Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few final notes on getting your first book ready for publication.  In his posts, John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many of the…

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    In 2012 the archives of Archaeologia, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London and The Antiquaries Journal were published on Cambridge Journals Online. Collectively they comprise the journal archives of The Society of…

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    You’ve got an idea for a paper, but aren’t sure about how to get your scholarship to the right audience.  Melissa Good, Commissioning Editor for Cambridge Journals, gives an overview.  She manages a portfolio of…

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    You’ve got an idea for a paper, but aren’t sure about how to get your scholarship to the right audience.  Melissa Good, Commissioning Editor for Cambridge Journals, completes her overview. What happens after you have…

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    The British Museum is currently hosting a fascinating exhibition looking at life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum. It will be running until the 29th September 2013, and you can find out further information here.…

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