terça-feira, 7 de setembro de 2010

Novidades - Journal of Archaeological Science

Journal of Archaeological Science Vol. 37, 11, Novembro 2010

-Technological traditions inferred from iron artefacts of the Xiongnu Empire in Mongolia
Jang-Sik Park, Eregzen Gelegdorj, Yeruul-Erdene Chimiddorj
pp 2689-2697

-Romita pottery revisited: a reassessment of the provenance of ceramics from Colonial Mexico by LA-MC-ICP-MS
Javier G. Iñañez, Jeremy J. Bellucci, Enrique Rodríguez-Alegría, Richard Ash, William McDonough, Robert J. Speakman
pp 2698-2704

-The use of SEM-EDS, PIXE and EDXRF for obsidian provenance studies in the Near East: a case study from Neolithic Çatalhöyük (central Anatolia)
Gérard Poupeau, François-Xavier Le Bourdonnec, Tristan Carter, Sarah Delerue, M. Steven Shackley, Jean-Alix Barrat, Stéphan Dubernet, Philippe Moretto, Thomas Calligaro, Marina Milić, Katsuji Kobayashi
pp 2705-2720

-Trauma and pathology of a buried dog from San Nicolas Island, California, U.S.A. Barney G. Bartelle, René L. Vellanoweth, Elizabeth S. Netherton, Nicholas W. Poister, William E. Kendig, Amira F. Ainis, Ryan J. Glenn, Johanna V. Marty, Lisa Thomas-Barnett, Steven J. Schwartz
pp 2721-2734

-A new approach to study the fuel used in hearths by hunter-gatherers at the Upper Palaeolithic site of Abri Pataud (Dordogne, France)
L. Marquer, T. Otto, R. Nespoulet, L. Chiotti
pp 2735-2746

-Le Grand Abri aux Puces, a Mousterian site from the Last Interglacial: paleogeography, paleoenvironment, and new excavation results
Ludovic Slimak, Jason E. Lewis, Evelyne Crégut-Bonnoure, Laure Metz, Vincent Ollivier, Pierre André, Julia Chrzavzez, Yves Giraud, Marcel Jeannet, Frédéric Magnin
pp 2747-2761

-On some remains of dog (Canis familiaris) from the Mesolithic shell-middens of Muge, Portugal,
Cleia Detry, João Luís Cardoso
pp 2762-2774

-On the origins of extractive metallurgy: new evidence from Europe
Miljana Radivojević, Thilo Rehren, Ernst Pernicka, Dušan Šljivar, Michael Brauns, Dušan Borić
pp 2775-2787

-Evidence for size increase in an exploited mollusc: humped conch (Strombus gibberulus) at Chelechol ra Orrak, Palau from ca. 3000–0 BP
Christina M. Giovas, Scott M. Fitzpatrick, Meagan Clark, Mira Abed
pp 2788-2798

-Burning wood or burning bone? A reconsideration of flotation evidence from Upper Palaeolithic (Gravettian) sites in the Moravian Corridor
David G. Beresford-Jones, Katherine Johnson, Alexander G. Pullen, Alexander J.E. Pryor, Jiří Svoboda, Martin K. Jones
pp 2799-2811

-Cattle mobility in prehistoric Britain: strontium isotope analysis of cattle teeth from Durrington Walls (Wiltshire, Britain)
Sarah Viner, Jane Evans, Umberto Albarella, Mike Parker Pearson
pp 2812-2820

-The integration of chronological and archaeological information to date building construction: an example from Shetland, Scotland, UK
Z. Outram, C.M. Batt, E.J. Rhodes, S.J. Dockrill
pp 2821-2830

-Assessing the effects of conservation treatments on short sequences of DNA in vitro
Julie A. Eklund, Mark G. Thomas
pp 2831-2841

-Wood identification of a wooden mask using synchrotron X-ray microtomography
Suyako Mizuno, Ryoji Torizu, Junji Sugiyama
pp 2842-2845

-Flies, Mochicas and burial practices: a case study from Huaca de la Luna, Peru J.-B. Huchet, B. Greenberg PP 2846-2856

-What novice knappers have to learn to become expert stone toolmakers Original
Núria Geribàs, Marina Mosquera, Josep Maria Vergès
pp 2857-2870

-Hazelnut economy of early Holocene hunter–gatherers: a case study from Mesolithic Duvensee, northern Germany
Daniela Holst
pp 2871-2880

-Stabilization of the Tlaltecuhtli monolith pigments
María Barajas, Pedro Bosch, Claudia Malvaéz, Cristina Barragán, Enrique Lima PP 2881-2886 Assessing the reliability of criteria used to identify postcranial bones in sheep, Ovis, and goats, Capra Melinda A. Zeder, Heather A. Lapham
pp 2887-2905

-Genetic characterization of an archaeological sheep assemblage from South Africa’s Western Cape
K. Ann Horsburgh, Allison Rhines
pp 2906-2910

-Cross-cultural interaction on Wuvulu Island, Papua New Guinea: the perspective from use-wear and residue analyses of turtle bone artifacts
Nina Kononenko, Robin Torrence, Huw Barton, Ariane Hennell
pp 2911-2919

-Diatoms as bioindicators of site use: locating turf structures from the Viking Age Rhonda R. Bathurst, Davide Zori, Jesse Byock
pp 2920-2928

-Modelling the Neolithic transition in a heterogeneous environment
M.A. Patterson, G.R. Sarson, H.C. Sarson, A. Shukurov
pp 2929-2937

-The role of time-lapse bathymetric surveys in assessing morphological change at shipwreck sites
Rory Quinn, Donal Boland
pp 2938-2946

-Phytolith evidence for hearths and beds in the late Mousterian occupations of Esquilleu cave (Cantabria, Spain)
Dan Cabanes, Carolina Mallol, Isabel Expósito, Javier Baena
pp 2947-2957

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