Rescue News No 92, for Spring 2004

  • Scottish medieval ceramics: a Renaissance , by Derek Hall, SUAT
  • News from Iraq (report on the setting up of Archaeological Site Protection Force)
  • Runnymede Councilors give Human Rights Act precedence over Listing (demolition of Greenside a 20th century Listed Surrey building)
  • Archaeologists are not enemies of badgers (Official) press release from NFBG
  • Why Thornborough Henges will be saved, by Neil Campling, County Archaeologist, North Yorkshire County Council
  • If not now – then when? If not this – then what? by Phil Carpenter, Negotiations Officer, Prospect
  • Whose Find is it anyway? by John Price, UKIC
  • Book review: Time and Tide. The archaeology of the Witham Valley
  • Proceedings of the Witham Archaeological Seminar of December 2001
  • Edited by Steve Catney and David Start, Witham Valley Archaeological Research Committee, ISBN 0 9486 39 40 7 by Reuben Thorpe
  • BAA 2004 launch and advert
  • Windows on the World: The 5th World Archaeological Congress and The 9th annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, by Kenneth Aitchison
  • Who Pays For Publication, by Reuben Thorpe
  • Freshwater rescue archaeology in Britain, by Graeme Cavers and Jon Henderson Underwater Archaeology Research Centre, University of Nottingham
  • Illicit and Tainted Cultural Property (report on DCMS Seminar), by Pamela Irving
  • Ethical treatment for human remains, by Chris Cumberpatch
  • A review of, Participating In The Past: The Results Of An Investigation By A CBA Working Party Chaired By Mike Farley, published in September 2003, by Harvey Sheldon
  • AGM and Open meeting details

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