Cornish Archaeology volume 56 is now out. The articles cover a wide spectrum of archaeological work, arising from commercial developments, community archaeology, and research – by individuals, by universities, and to support the care and management of sites. They include the community-based excavations on the prehistoric settlement at West Northwood Farm on Bodmin Moor; an Iron Age ritual site at Nansledan, Newquay; Roman-period settlements at Penryn College and Probus; research papers on rabbit warrens and on the destruction of Bronze Age metalwork; and studies of particular sites, including the Leskernick propped stone, the Stripple Stones circle-henge, Warbstow Bury hillfort and Tintagel Castle (looking at the story of Tristan and Iseult).
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