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Archaeology and the Early Church in Southern Greece

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A detailed examination of the growth of Christianity in southern Greece from New Testament times until the medieval period based both historical andarchaeological research.
Monumentalising Life in the Neolithic

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The papers in this volume discuss the latest insights into why monumental architecture became an integral part of early farming societies in Europe and beyond.
Silk Roads

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The volume emphasizes exchange and transformation along the Silk Roads, highlighting the multiplicity of networks that constituted the Silk Roads, and approaches to the Silk Roads from Antiquity to China’s One Belt One Road Initiative from Afro-Eurasia to the Americas.
Prehistoric Ukraine

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This volume covers the Prehistory of Ukraine from the Lower Palaeolithic through to the end of the Neolithic periods. The chapters in this volume provide up-to-date overviews of all aspects of prehistoric culture development in Ukraine and present details of the key sites and finds for the periods studied.
Landscapes Revealed

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Documents the results of geophysical and related survey of c. 285 hectares between Skara Brae and Maeshowe, Orkney, providing a landscape context for prehistoric monuments.
Current Approaches to Tells in the Prehistoric Old World

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A comprehensive examination of the tell phenomenon across Europe and the Near East from the Neolithic to Iron Age, addressing key themes of commonality and diversity.

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Kushan Mystique
Kushan Mystique is in part a personal narrative, and in part a profile of people and places encountered as a result of David Jongeward’s Kushan research and travels.
Paul Klee
In 1904, Paul Klee writes the following in his diary: “There are two mountains where all is bright and clear: the mountain of the animals and the mountain of the gods. But between them lies the shadowy valley of humankind”. With these lines Paul Klee, the human, describes his view of animals, which he equates with the divine.
Imperial Legitimation
This fascinating study of the iconography of the Golden Age Myth on Roman Imperial coinage of the Third Century AD, which started as a master’s dissertation, also includes all Roman coins that have the Saecular Games types, down to 300 AD.
Future Humanism
The theme of this pamphlet is the knowledge, reread in its own origins and in the transformations of the middle-global world where the deep meaning appears lost in the conscious awareness. The risks, fears and conflicts that cross the society, especially in its own virtual dimension, seem to affect the sense and memory of the humanistic culture, as
The middle- globality is the time of the “not occurring”. The uncertainty of not existing, in all its – individual, social, institutional and economical – manifestations dizzily transforms the social system, destroying it in the immediacy of here and now, contributing then to generate words, images and gestures that are expressed very often in viol
Interdisciplinary analysis of the cemetery 'Kudachurt 14'
This book provides detailed disciplinary and interdisciplinary insights into social inequality, oral health and dietary strategies of a Bronze Age population buried in the North Caucasian foothills, 2200-1650 BCE.
Distant Times So Close
Archaeology provides a crucial contribution to an understanding of crises. This booklet presents examples of pandemics from the perspective of prehistoric and ancient societies.