When introducing the first issue of Archaeology International eight years ago, I described it as a new venture for the Institute of Archaeology. Its novelty lay in the attempt to convey each year, to potential readers around the world, an impression of the scope of the research being undertaken by Institute staff and postgraduates. The main aim was to publish annually a mixture of short, clearly written and visually attractive articles that reflected the interests and skills of the Institute's large research community.
How to Cite:
Harris, D.R., 2004. The eighth issue of Archaeology International. Archaeology International, 8, p.2. DOI: http://doi.org/10.5334/ai.0801