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Autumn 2012 issue
- Further work at the Hen Caerwys medieval settlement, Flintshire
- CPAT @ RWS . . . the earliest farmers in mid Wales
- Discovering more about the Montgomery Roman coin hoard
- Out and about with CPAT in 2012
- Third season at Pen y Gaer, Breconshire
- Monks and magnetometers at Strata Marcella abbey
- Recording a half-timbered hall at Glas-hirfryn, Llansilin
- The Trust thanks David Rowlands
Spring 2012 issue
- Strata Marcella — lost abbey on the banks of the Severn
- Giant prehistoric rings in the Welsh borderland
- Royal Jubilees . . . hillforts, maps and beacons
- The Sword in the Tree !
- Space-time continuity around the source of the Hindwell Brook
- Bob Jones — in memoriam
Autumn 2011 issue
- Pen y Gaer Roman fort and civil settlement, Breconshire
- Hen Caerwys abandonded medieval settlement, Flintshire
- Chasing the HIndwell Cursus, Radnorshire
- Roman coin hoard unearthed near Montgomery
- Cerrig Bwlch y Fedw stone circle, Denbighshire
- Festival of British Archaeology events in and around Welshpool
Spring 2011 issue
- Change of address . . .
- On Denbigh moors . . .
- Historic landscape walks
- Round up of recent digs
- Montgomeryshire from the air
Autumn 2010 issue
- Circles and pits at Four Crosses
- Even bigger prehistoric cirlces
- Minister launches Archwilio
- Llanelwedd - a longhouse in the Radnorshire hills
- Druid graves and Roman road
- Golden Jublilees and tree felling at Beacon Ring
Spring 2010 issue
- The Portable Antiquities Scheme
- Are you sitting comfortably . . . Roman style?
- Veni, Vidi, Vici
- Prehistoric avenues of research
- Neanderthals of the Elwy Valley
- Ty-Draw, Llanarmon Mynydd Mawr - the history of 'the house yonder'
Autumn 2009 issue
- The Vale of Llangollen World Heritage site
- Piecing together the past in the Walton Basin
- Understanding radiocarbon dating
- The Beacon Ring experience!
- Highway 64 revisited . . . Newtown's roman road!
Spring 2009 issue
- Searching for the Hyssington Bronze Age axe factory
- Llanelwedd burial cairns, corn drying kiln and bread oven
- Two 'new' prehistoric stone circles in Breconshire
- Tracing the archaeology and history of the town of Flint
- A Neolithic causwayed camp at Womaston, Radnorshire
- Invasion of the Penycloddiau Iron Age hillfort
- Finding the 'Lost Garden' of Powis Castle
Autumn 2008 issue
- Trust acquires Beacon Ring prehistoric hillfort
- Medieval lime-making in Betws-yn-Rhos
- Neolithic man at Borras Quarry
- Fforest Fawr - the Great Forest of Brecknock
- Prestatyn seafood suppers . . .
Spring 2008 issue
- Timber circles and henge in the Tanat valley
- Roman buildings near Bwlch
- Events in 2008
- Llanelwedd - a tomb with a view
- Wrexham's Maelor Saesneg
- Bomb scare in Welshpool . . .
Autumn 2007 issue
- Virtual Roman Caersws
- Mold Gold!
- National Archaeology Week 07
- The Clywedog Valley Historic Landscape
- 'Over the heather the wet wind blows' . . .
Spring 2007 issue
- Dyffryn Lane henge dig
- Down the mines . . .
- National Archaeology Week
- Historic Ports and Harbours
- Iron Age Villages and farms
- Throwing light on the Dark Ages
- Welsh Historic Landscapes
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