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Current Research in Egyptology 2015
Proceedings of the sixteenth Current Research in Egyptology (CRE) conference focusing on the theme of travel
Roman Crete: New Perspectives
Presents the results of latest research into artefacts, history, inscriptions and archaeological investigations that characterise Crete as a fully integrated Roman province
Rock Art Through Time
As in many other areas in south Scandinavia, the region surrounding the city of Simrishamn in south-east Scania has a great many Bronze Age mounds that are still visible in the landscape, and records from the museums demonstrate that the area is rich in bronze metalwork.
Carchemish in Context
First examination of the ancient city of Carchemish in its regional context from the Neolithic to the islamic period
Moving on in Neolithic Studies
This volume examines the importance and complexities of movement and mobility, whether on land or water, in the Neolithic period.
Beyond Thalassocracies
This innovative book examines cultural contact (and resultant cultural change) between palatial societies and smaller polities in two successive periods of Aegean prehistory, focusing in particular on the various processes and agents that transformed the material culture of Aegean communities during the Middle and Late Bronze Age.
Focus on Fortifications
This volume analyses ancient fortifications in the Mediterranean as a multidimensional phenomenon taking fortificative, aesthetic, historical and social forms, and constitutes a comprehensive benchmark of new original research and reflections on large scale buildings as such in Antiquity.
Bones and Identity
The book tackles the theme of identity using animal bone remains, the papers within exemplifying the diversity of approaches employed in zooarchaeology today.
People with Animals
Multidisciplinary examination of the the interdependence of people and animals in society and the importance of human-animal relations in the archaeological record
The Archaeology of Darkness
This book explores the topic of darkness, a central aspect of human experience in the past and present, through an examination of dark places such as caves and megalithic tombs, dark landscapes and darkness as a potent aspect of religious ritual.

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Ancient Disasters and Crisis Management in Classical Antiquity
For millennia catastrophes, whether those caused by nature, or by human violence, have impacted on historical societies. In the Graeco-Roman world, as nowadays, the immediate consequences of such disasters only anticipated subsequent measures applied by the public authorities, or whoever was in charge thereafter.
Samoan Archaeology and Cultural Heritage

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The overall purpose of this book is to provide a foundation for Samoan students to become the custodians of the historical narrative based on Archaeological research.
Cultural Dynamics and Production Activities in Ancient Western Mexico

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This book presents a collection of papers from the Symposium on Cultural Dynamics and Production Activities in Ancient Western Mexico, held at the Center for Archaeological Research of the Colegio de Michoacán on September 18-19, 2014.
Medieval Rural Settlements in the Syrian Coastal Region (12th and 13th Centuries)

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This book is the result of more than a dozen years of research in the field of the hitherto unstudied medieval settlement pattern of the Syrian coastal region in the 12th and 13th centuries.
On Culture
The book studies the use of space – public, private and communal – for cultural activity and expression is of primary importance to any city that aspires to engage its citizens in processes of civic and artistic creativity.
Early states, territories and settlements in protohistoric Central Italy
This volume contains multidisciplinary papers of an international group of archaeologists discussing new fi eldwork data and theories of broad relevance to Italian archaeology and with specifi c relevance to the study of Crustumerium's settlement, cemeteries and material culture in light of the site's cultural identity.
Excavations at Newport Street, Worcester, 2005
Excavation of approximately a third of a hectare in the north-western part of the historic core of Worcester revealed evidence for activity dating from the Roman to the post-medieval and early modern period.
Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar, Volume 16, 2016
PLLS 16 contains papers mainly arising from several Langford Colloquia held by the Department of Classics, Florida State University.
Terrorism is the threat of the age, or so we are told, and inevitably associated with it is the word ‘Islam’. The notion of the ‘Muslim terrorist’ has become a colloquialism in Western media.