March 2015 Issue | Vol 22 No 2
Articles in This Issue:
For ancient Egyptians, animals were a significant part of their lives, either as pets, food supply or worshipped as gods.
In this analysis of archaeological, historical and scientific methods, Matthew Williams reviews the processes—and outcomes—of science applied to archaeology.
As with all good stories, facts are better than fiction. A fascinating tale of ancient kings and their queens, and their place in history.*