segunda-feira, 5 de março de 2012

Cambridge Archaeological Journal - Novo número

Cambridge Archaeological Journal  22 /1 2012


The Origins of Ground-edge Axes: New Findings from Nawarla Gabarnmang, Arnhem Land (Australia) and Global Implications for the Evolution of Fully Modern Humans
Jean-Michel Geneste and Bruno David and Hugues Plisson and Jean-Jacques Delannoy & Fiona Petcheyn pp 1-17

Coins in Context: Local Economy, Value and Practice on the East African Swahili Coast
Stephanie Wynne-Jones and Jeffrey Fleisher pp. 19-36

The Emergence of Bone Technologies at the End of the Pleistocene in Southeast Asia: Regional and Evolutionary Implications
Ryan J. Rabett and Philip J. Piper pp 37-56

Sarmatian Mirrors and Han Ingots (100 BC–AD 100): How the Foreign became Local and Viceversa
Alice Yao pp 57-70

A Spectacular History of Survey by Flying Machine!
Helen Wickstead and Martyn Barber pp 71-88

Adaptation or Aesthetic Alleviation: Which Kind of Evolution Do We See in Saharan Herder Rock Art of Northeast Chad?
Tilman Lenssen-Erz pp 89-114

Terminal Classic Maya Heterodoxy and Shrine Vernacularism in the Sibun Valley, Belize
Patricia A. McAnany pp 115-134


Social Bioarchaeology, edited by Sabrina C. Agarwal & Bonnie A. Glencross, 2011
Alexis T. Boutin pp 135-136

The Lost Woodlands of Ancient Nasca: a Case-Study in Ecological and Cultural Collapse, by David Beresford-Jones, 2011
Maria C. Bruno pp 137-138

An Archaeology of Materials: Substantial Transformation in Early Prehistoric Europe, by Chantal Conneller, 2011
Richard Bradley pp 138-139

Bronze Age Textiles: Men, Women and Wealth, by Klavs Randsborg, 2011
Susanna Harris pp 139-141

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