Emerging Eurozones

Posted on by Jonathan Beckman

Barry Cunliffe is an archaeological phenomenon. As an undergraduate he uncovered Fishbourne Palace near Chichester, arguably the home of Rome’s client king Cogidubnus. Elected to the Society of Antiquaries when only twenty-four, he became Southampton’s first Professor of Archaeology two years later, before getting the Oxford Chair when still a few months short of his […]

No Ordinary Surveyor

Posted on by Jonathan Beckman

There is a type of person one reads about in the sociography of the interwar years, or sees depicted in the films of the period, who represents in an unobvious but profound way the national tragedy of that era. It is the former minor public schoolboy whose social position peaked shortly before he left the […]

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