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Department of Archaeology

Durham archaeologist wins Book of the Year at the 10th Current Archaeology Awards

Winner of the award for Book of the Year 2018 was Lost Landscapes of Palaeolithic Britain, edited by Mark White and published by Oxford Archaeology. This book explores the palaeo-landscapes of southern Britain, focusing on both archaeological and environmental data from the period in order to provide a much-needed perspective on the dynamics between different climates in the region, while also clearly explaining the science behind the results.

Mark White, winner of Book of the Year 2018, holds with his award, along side colleagues and the award presenter Julian Richards [Photo Credit: Current Archaeology]