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Archaeology Book of the Year Award

last modified Dec 20, 2017 02:07 PM
Details of how to vote are now available online.

Professor Millett's co-edited book, 'The Oxford Handbook of Roman Britain' 2016 (M. Millett, L.Revell and A. Moore) has been shortlisted for the Current Archaeology book of the Year Award. Voting for the awards (open to everyone) went live on 1st December on www.archaeology.co.uk/vote,  – and is open until 5th February. The winners will be announced at the Current Archaeology Live! 2018 conference, held at the University of London's Senate House on 23-24 February.

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