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In this issue of Archaeology Worldwide... discover the despots and dreamers who ruled ancient Egypt, including Nefertiti and Tutankhamun.


Explore Çatalhöyük in Turkey, arguably the earliest town in the world. Then join us as we dig deeper at other intriguing sites in the region, including the spectacular Göbekli Tepe.


Seventy years ago, an Iron Age man was found in a Danish peat bog, his throat slashed. But how did ‘Grauballe Man’ die? Bog-body expert Miranda Aldhouse-Green considers the evidence.


PLUS columns, reviews, and more – including breath-taking travels to Ostia in Italy; the Great War sites of northern France; a curator-led tour of Denmark's must-see Moesgaard Museum; Stuart Prior's Life in Archaeology; Cat Jarman's River Kings and much more.


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