Volume 72 Issue 11 November 2022

Putting Up Fences

Access to land was once a common right; we have lost more than just the freedom to roam.


The Mesoamerican god of rain brings water to a world surrounded by it.

How Monarchs Succeed

As the accession of Edward VII shows, a new British monarch must represent the nation’s values – whatever that nation and those values are.

Tutankhamun in the Flesh

The discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb in 1922 reopened arguments about the presumed race of the ancient Egyptians.