(Vol.XXIX, No.5) ❙ August 2018 CONTENTS
22 THE FEMALE FRONTIER
Tracing the lives of women on the edges of the Roman empire How far can archaeology illuminate the experiences of women who lived in Roman frontier zones? We explore research bringing their lives to light, and highlighting how women created their own space and identities in the male-dominated sphere of military communities. 32 THE DIE IS CAST
Investigating Icenian coinage Having left few traces of themselves behind, it is the coinage of the Iceni that offers one of the best ways to learn about this enigmatic Late Iron Age tribe. Here, we discover what the production, distribution, and characteristics of this currency tells us about their culture.
40 WINDSOR CASTLE
‘The most Romantique castle that is in the world’ It was the recent setting for the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, but Windsor Castle has been a residence for British royalty for centuries. We delve into this rich history to explore the medieval past, examining how the castle has evolved with each monarch. 50 BLODWEN
Reconstructing the life and death of a Neolithic woman Recent analysis of the remains of a Neolithic woman, discovered in the 19th century and nicknamed ‘Blodwen’, has provided intriguing evidence of her life – and death – on a rocky outcrop in North Wales.