Archaeology: Seeking consensus on the past

Following a series of workshops around England, Lester Hicks updates readers on the latest developments in archaeology and analyses the impact it has on mineral site viability and assessment.

by Lester Hicks
Boxgrove: tibia found at Eartham Quarry is the oldest non-skull hominid bone found in Northern Europe (Image credit: English Heritage)
Boxgrove: tibia found at Eartham Quarry is the oldest non-skull hominid bone found in Northern Europe (Image credit: English Heritage)

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