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Past Horizons Jan 09 - Issue 6 now out
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for the super dooper version!
for the Pdf version

Past Horizons Magazine
Issue 6 - January 2009

Survey: Beyond the City Walls of Jerash
Surveying the hinterland of Jerash, an ancient Decapolis City in Jordan has become a race against time to discover and map as many sites as possible, many of which are being lost to development.

Colouring the Past at El Pilar
Dr. Anabel Ford describes a unique project that combines archaeology and conservation in the Maya forest amongst the ruins of El Pilar.

Two Monsoons
Archaeologist and buildings historian Tom Addyman describes the past, present and future of the decaying Scottish Cemetery in Kolkata and the enormous task of surveying the six acre site.

Putney Debates
Re-enactment group the Tower Hamlets Trayned Bandes bring to life the 360th anniversary of these historic discussions

A Scottish initiative that enables communities to interact with their local monuments to safeguard their future.

Dig Cook
Annie Evans on culinary escapades, with a delicious recipe each issue.

and more... :face-approve: including your quotes!!

"Gie's a Job.."
Prof. 'Dolly' Parton
For really I think that the poorest he that is in England hath a life to live, as the greatest he
Thomas Rainborough 1647
Another fantastic effort Maggie!

I particularly liked Tom Addyman's profile article, but was somewhat surprised that in his career 'highs and lows' he didn't mention trying to follow the Atkins diet whilst at the same time excavating at Dreghorn. Selective memory I guess.....
Yep, another great read from front to back, a good article about Kolkata (you can just imagine seiing the snakes from the pictures),Jerash and El Pilar.
I think i'll try the Bacon & Egg pie recipe this weekend.
The Fun page? as funny as ever!!

PS. Maggie,love the shades!! very cool.[8D]
she is da one.... pity about me though! I kind of let her down... Beauty and the beast!

"Gie's a Job.."
Prof. 'Dolly' Parton
It's great..... .but two pages devoted to cooking ...... ??????:face-huh: maybe more archaeology instead .???
An army marches on its belly! and most archaeologists I have seen certainly do Smile

And you try telling dig cook! she will whoop your butt with a ladel!

We want to make it bigger... but we then need advertising... as this is costing us for every issue...

any adverts are inexpensive but welcome.. and reaches a world market


"Gie's a Job.."
Prof. 'Dolly' Parton
........ok good ravenous ......and thats desk bound Big Grin

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