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In this issue of Archaeology Worldwide... explore what came before the glories of Angkor, including a series of gold-laden tombs.


Join the hunt for Tutankhamun, 100 years ago, as Brian Fagan probes the little-known story behind the search and then brings us up-to-date on research into the world’s most famous boy-king.


Journey deep into Iran and Yemen and discover everything from a war-lord’s castle to Arabia’s Stonehenge.


PLUS columns, reviews, and more – including David Miles on the people who really changed our world, broadcaster Mary-Ann Ochota’s high-octane life in archaeology, and a must-read medley of books ranging from Francis Pryor’s Scenes of Prehistoric Life to The Story of Tutankhamun by Garry J Shaw. 


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