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