Our Christmas issue is an ancient Britain special
As a new visitor centre opens at Stonehenge, Mike Pitts reveals how different eras have viewed the prehistoric monument – from the Anglo-Saxons and Romans, to the Victorians and modern day visitors
Graham Robb asserts that the Celts were far from 'mud-smeared barbarians'
Ronald Hutton warns against applying modern interpretations to ancient beliefs
Steven Gunn and Tomasz Gromelski explore animal accidents in Tudor England
GH Bennett examines the vital voyages of the Second World War Arctic convoys
John Hatcher explores the impact of the Black Death on the Suffolk village of Walsham le Willows
Plus, historians and experts select their favourite books of 2013, including their pick of historical fiction
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