Current Archaeology is Britain’s leading archaeological magazine: it is published monthly, with a focus on digging up the past. All periods and ages are covered, from prehistory, through the Romans, down to the Middle Ages and coming down to the archaeology of more modern times. Here you will always find the latest discoveries in British archaeology. Current Archaeology was launched in 1967, since when it has covered over 1000 excavations as well as reviewing nearly 1500 books. It is distributed almost entirely by subscription to just under 20,000 readers, but it is also available in selected book shops, such as Foyles.
Current World Archaeology covers the world from the first emergence of man down to yesterday. There is inevitably a focus on Egypt, Mesopotamia and the Near East, and Greece and Rome, and the best of the rest of the world is also covered regularly. It was launched in 2003 as a sister magazine to the long established Current Archaeology. The launch was a huge success and it has achieved a circulation of 11000 subscribers within the first 6 months. It is published six times a year.
Military History Monthly is the new monthly magazine that brings the battles to life with action-packed narrative and authoritative detail. We tell the real stories of the heroes, both celebrated and forgotten, and battles and feats of daring on land, at sea, and in the air.
www.archaeology.co.uk is one of the primary sources of information in the UK for those interested in archaeology. As well as providing information about our magazines, it also has a mass of information about studying archaeology – as a graduate or mature student – how to have a career in archaeology, how to join your local archaeology society, and how to go on a dig.
www.world-archaeology.com gives a wealth of information on archaeology from across the world. As well as information about the magazine and extracts from the latest issues, the site also provides information on great archaeological discoveries, archaeological travel, and you can read what our roving reporters are discovering as they search the world for the latest archaeology news.
I Love the Past
I Love the Past (http://www.ilovethepast.com) is the new website dedicated to viewing and reviewing historic houses, heritage properties, castles, churches, museums and archaeology fieldwork in Britain and, in time, around the world. Brought to you by the team who write Current Archaeology magazine, we aim to be the most comprehensive review driven heritage archive.