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Issue 380 - April 2021

The recent discovery of an exceptionally rich grave at La Almoloya in south-eastern Spain illuminates the political context of Early Bronze Age El Argar society.
Vicente Lull et al.
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Evidence from a newly discovered well at Berenike, a Hellenistic port on Egypt's Red Sea coast, suggests that the late third-century BC hiatus in occupation may have resulted from a multi-year drought that caused the city's freshwater source to run dry.
Marek A. Woźniak and James A. Harrell
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The Koźle Basin in Poland was radically transformed by aerial bombardment during the Second World War. Today, the region has approximately 6000 well-preserved bomb craters
Jan M. Waga and Maria Fajer
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The COVID-19 pandemic is creating a viral archive—an archaeological record of history in the making.
John Schofield et al.
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