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Miscellaneous archaeological reports

List of miscellaneous archaeological reports published by the British Academy

List of miscellaneous archaeological reports published by the British Academy.


Excavations at Carthage: The British Mission. Volume I, 1. The Avenue du Président Habib Bourguiba, Salammbo: The Site and Finds other than Pottery, by H R Hurst & S P Roskams
[ 0-906090-16-4 ] hbk 1984
Excavations at Carthage: The British Mission. Volume I, 2. The Avenue du Président Habib Bourguiba, Salammbo: The Pottery and other Ceramic Objects from the Site, by M G Fulford & D P S Peacock
[ 0-906090-17-2 ] hbk 1984
0-906090-15-6 2-part set out of print

The Finds from the Site of La Tène, Volume I: Scabbards and the Swords Found in Them, by J M de Navarro
Part I. Text
0-19-725909-X hbk 1972 out of print
Part II. Catalogue and Plates
0-19-725910-3 hbk 1972 out of print

Studies in the Ancient History of Northern Iraq, by David Oates
0-19-725902-2 hbk 1968 out of print
[reprinted 2005 by the British School of Archaeology in Iraq; now available open access as PDF file]

Charsada: A Metropolis of the North-West Frontier. Being a Report on the Excavations of 1958, by Sir Mortimer Wheeler
hbk 1962 out of print
pbk 1962 out of print

Offa’s Dyke: A Field Survey of the Western Frontier-Works of Mercia in the Seventh and Eighth Centuries A.D., by Sir Cyril Fox
0-19-725803-4 hbk 1955 out of print

Second Report upon the Excavations carried out in and near the Hippodrome of Constantinople in 1928, on behalf of the British Academy
pbk 1929 out of print

Preliminary Report upon the Excavations carried out in the Hippodrome of Constantinople in 1927, on behalf of the British Academy
pbk 1928 out of print


Click here for the 14 volumes published between 1990 and 2005 as
British Academy Monographs in Archaeology

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