Archaeology

Top Discoveries in Archaeology: A Special Virtual Issue

Top Discoveries in Archaeology: A Special Virtual Issue


Top Discoveries in Archaeology:
A Special Virtual Issue

Wiley-Blackwell is pleased to present a Special Virtual Issue, featuring content from leading Archaeology journals, free until the end of 2011.

Acta Archaeologica

Bénin Archaeology. The Ancient Kingdoms

Bronze-Age Oak Coffin Graves

American Anthropologist

Explaining the Past in 2010

Power, Memory, and Prehistory: Constructing and Erasing Political Landscapes in the Naco Valley, Northwestern Honduras 

Arabian Archaeology and Epigraphy

Lead isotope and chemical signature of copper from Oman and its occurrence in Mesopotamia and sites on the Arabian Gulf coast

The earliest cylinder seal in the Arabian Peninsula

Archaeological Prospection

New approach to the study of city planning and domestic dwellings in the ancient Near East

Geophysical prospection of a bronze foundry on the southern slope of the acropolis at Athens, Greece 

Archaeometry

On Isotopes and Old Bones

New Evidence For Early Silk In The Indus Civilization

Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association

The Social Life of Tombs in West Sumba, Indonesia

Craft Production, Household Diversification, and Domestic Economy in Prehispanic Mesoamerica 

Geoarchaeology

Holocene climatic change and human settlement between the central Sahara and the Nile Valley: Archaeological and geomorphological results

Nile flow failure at the end of the Old Kingdom, Egypt: Strontium isotopic and petrologic evidence

 International Journal of Nautical Archaeology

The 4th-Century-BC Mazotos Shipwreck, Cyprus: a preliminary report

Mapping Submerged Landscapes Using Multibeam Bathymetric Data: a case study from the north coast of Ireland

 International Journal of Osteoarchaeology

Dental status of Napoleon's Great Army's (1812) mass burial of soldiers in Vilnius: childhood peculiarities and adult dietary habits

Using Ancient DNA Analysis in Palaeopathology: A Critical Analysis of Published Papers, with Recommendations for Future Work 

  Oxford Journal of Archaeology

Cave Art And The Theory Of Art: The Origins Of The Religious Interpretation Of Palaeolithic Graphic Expression

The Minoan Fallacy: Cultural Diversity And Mortuary Behaviour On Crete At The Beginning Of The Bronze Age

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