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Ptolemy I Soter
This book examines the ways in which Alexander the Great’s most successful Successor, Ptolemy I Soter, created his own literary, dynastic, artistic, and political legacy.
Ancient Textiles Modern Science II

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Ancient Textiles Modern Science II follows the success of the first proceedings, published in 2013, that catalogued the Forum’s formative years.
Metals, Minds and Mobility

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A key debate in the study of prehistoric metallurgy concerns the mechanisms of exchange involved in the transmission of technology, ideas, metal goods and raw materials and their effects on social complexity, development of craft and trade and the mobility of both people and materials. This new collection of papers combines the latest developments
Freshwater Fish in England

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Much has been written on marine fishing and the migratory eel and salmon. Less attention has focused on the obligate freshwater species, primarily the native pike, perch, cyprinids and introduced species of which the most significant is carp.
Culture and Perspective at Times of Crisis

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Culture and Perspective deals with a variety of key aspects concerning heritage management at times of crisis and specifically with the public character of cultural heritage. Focusing on the case of Greece, the volume explores a range of themes relating to state, privately funded, and public responsibilties and initiatives, and explores the role an
Embracing the Provinces

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Twenty-one essays on new research and data on life in the Roman provinces, including a section on the current state of research into Roman leather.

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The Beaker Phenomenon?
An integrated study of the character, context and dating of the social practices forming the Beaker phenomenon in Ireland within their wider northwest European context.
The Rural Economy of Roman Britain
This second volume considers the rural economy of Roman Britain through the lenses of the principal occupations of agriculture and rural industry.
The Agora Bone Well
Located outside the northwest corner of the Athenian Agora and dating to the second quarter of the 2nd century B.C., the Agora Bone Well contained the remains of roughly 460 newborn infants, as well as a few older individuals. Also found in the well were the bones of almost 150 dogs and other animals, plus various artifacts. In addition to a thorou
Life and Death in the Countryside of Roman Britain
This volume focuses on how the people of rural Roman Britain looked lived and interacted with the material and spiritual worlds surrounding them; how they died and what their physical remains can tell us. Incorporation into the Roman Empire brought much social change but this was largely to the detriment of many of the rural population.
Daidalos at Work
The Bronze Age was a time of affluence and innovation for Crete, a unique "moment" in the early history of architecture that, in a bizarre way, echos the modern world of the 20th century AD.
Uncannily Real
On Their Way
Paul Erik returns to Nuuk after spending the summer in his hometown of Uummannaq, Greenland. In Nuuk he attends high school where people from all over the country are housed in dormitories. But the school systems are Danish – and not adapted to the life and circumstances in Greenland, and the young grow increasingly frustrated.