quinta-feira, 31 de maio de 2012

Cambridge Archaeological Journal - novo número

Cambridge Archaeological Journal 
22/2, 2012


The Good Prince: Transition, Texting and Moral Narrative in the Murals of Bonampak, Chiapas, Mexico
Stephen Houston pp 153 - 175

Decorating the Neolithic: an Evaluation of the Use of Plaster in the Enhancement of Daily Life in the Middle Pre-pottery Neolithic B of the Southern Levant
Joanne Clarke pp 177 - 186

Mide Rock-paintings: Archaeology by Formal and Informed Methods
Rex Weeks pp 187 - 207

Bears and Meanings among Hunter-fisher-gatherers in Northern Fennoscandia 9000–2500 BC
Knut Helskog pp 209 - 236

Thinking a Bow-and-arrow Set: Cognitive Implications of Middle Stone Age Bow and Stone-tipped Arrow Technology
Marlize Lombard and Miriam Noël Haidle pp 237 - 264

The Long and Winding Road that Leads to Angkor
Charles Higham pp 265 - 289


Interpreting Ancient Figurines: Context, Comparison, and Prehistoric Art, by Richard G. Lesure, 2011. Cambridge University Press
Katina T. Lillios pp 291-292

Beyond the Blockade: New Currents in Cuban Archaeology, edited by Susan Kepecs, L. Antonio Curet & Gabino la Rosa Corzo, 2010. Tuscaloosa (AL): University of Alabama Press
William F. Keegan pp 292 - 294

Becoming Neanderthals: the Ealier British Middle Palaeolithic, by Beccy Scott, 2011. Oxford: Oxbow Books
Philip R. Nigst pp 294 - 295

Networks of Power: Political Relations in the Late Postclassic Naco Valley, Honduras, by Edward Schortman & Patricia Urban, 2011. Boulder (CO): University of Colorado Press
Gyles Iannone pp 295-297

Fluid Pasts: Archaeology of Flow, by Matt Edgeworth, 2011. Bristol: Bristol Classical Press
Paul Rainbird pp 297 - 298

The Palaeolithic Origins of Human Burial, by Paul Pettitt, 2010. London: Routledge
April Nowell pp 298 - 299

Archaeomalacology Revisited: Non-dietary Use of Molluscs in Archaeological Settings, edited by Canan Çakırlar, 2011. Oxford: Oxbow Books
Marcello A. Mannino pp 299 - 300

The Oxford Handbook of Anglo-Saxon Archaeology, edited by Helena Hamerow, David A. Hinton & Sally Crawford, 2011. Oxford: Oxford University Press
Sam Turner pp 300 - 301

Artefacts in Roman Britain: Their Purpose and Use, edited by Lindsay Allason-Jones, 2011. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Michael Fulford p 302 - 303

Flint and Stone in the Neolithic Period, edited by Alan Saville, 2011. Oxford: Oxbow Books
Annelou van Gijn pp 303 - 304

Social Anthropology and Human Origins, by Alan Barnard, 2011. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
John Gowlett pp 304 - 306

Biomolecular Archaeology: an Introduction, by Terry Brown & Keri Brown, 2011. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell
Hugo Oliveira pp 306 - 307

Late Roman Towns in Britain: Rethinking Change and Decline, by Adam Rogers, 2011. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
Andrew Gardner pp 307 - 308

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