Category Archives: Archaeology
Even in these days of avalanches of instant information, the CLC team occasionally comes across an author about whom we cannot find out anything except that s/he wrote a particular book and therefore may be presumed to have flourished at … Continue reading
The wrong (and excruciating) answer to this is: ‘I don’t know, I’ve never kippled’ (this joke is courtesy of my father, more than 50 years ago, and it works a tiny bit better if spoken rather than read). I haven’t … Continue reading
In the last few days, a British government delegation, headed by the Prime Minister, has been in India, talking trade, visas, and, inevitably, the colonial past.
We are in the process of reissuing seven classical journals from the period when the scholarly journal (in the humanities at any rate) was a relatively new phenomenon. The eighteenth century saw the rise of the periodical – though I … Continue reading