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Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
My review article is titled "Britain's Pagan Heritage: A Review of Ronald Hutton's Pagan Britain and Marion Gibson's Imagining the Pagan Past" and through focusing on the aforementioned two tomes it offers a critical overview of current research into the pre-Christian belief systems of Britain and the way that they have been subsequently interpreted. In doing so, it reflects the diverging theoretical attitudes of archaeology and Pagan studies, and the potential problems that we scholars face when the two collide on the issue. If this sounds like something that you might be interested in, take a look at it here!