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The Archaeology of Ritual
A wide range of scholars, historians, art historians, anthropologists, students of performance, students of religion, archaeologists, cognitive scientists, and linguists were all asked to comment on how ritual can be traced in archaeology and which ways ritual research can go in that discipline.

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9781931745475 | Published: 2007
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9781931745482 | Published: 2007
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The Archaeology of Solvieux
Few sites have the same complexity and diversity of deposits, as was found at the site of Solvieux in southwest France. The history of the project, methodologies, results and analysis of finds arepresented, with drawings, outlines of typologies and essays on Upper Palaeolithic traditions and the contribution of the Solvieux results in this regard.

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9780917956911 | Published: 1999
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Archaeology of the Chinese Bronze Age
Focussing on early China's great metropolitan centres in the Central Plains, aiming to contextualize them in their wider zones from the Yangtze to the edge of the Mongolian steppe, and from the Yellow Sea to the Tibetan plateau. Explores East Asia's divergent developmental paths and re-examines its deep past.

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9781931745987 | Published: 2014
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Archaeology of Three Springs Valley, California

Site reports and data analyses for LAn-807, -808, and -1031 (Los Angeles County), with a chapter comparing data from similar sites in southern California. This comparative study reassesses conclusions of earlier excavations and submits new hypotheses concerning various site functions

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9780917956621 | Published: 1989
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An Archaic Mexican Shellmound and Its Entombed Floors
Tlacuachero is the site of a shellmound insouthwest Mexico. Presents investigations of several floors within the site's shell deposits formed over a 600-800 year interval during the Archaic period (ca. 8000-2000 BCE), a crucial timespan in Mesoamerican prehistory when people were transitioning to the use of domesticated crops.

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9781938770029 | Published: 2015
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Presents a detailed account of authenticity in the visual arts from the Paleolithic to the postmodern. The restoration of works of art can alter the perception of authenticity and may result in the creation of fakes and forgeries. The book discusses several case studies illuminating concerns relating to restoration and art forgery. 117 b&w illus.

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9781938770081 | Published: 2016
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Berenike 1999/2000
Excavations at Berenike, a Greco-Roman harbor on the Egyptian Red Sea coast, have provided extensive evidence for trade with India, South-Arabia and sub-Saharan Africa. The book is lavishly illustrated with photographs, drawings, plans, and a large foldout map of Berenike and Sikait.

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9781931745284 | Published: 2007
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9781931745291 | Published: 2007
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Blood and Beauty

Warfare and ritual human sacrifice have been the areas through which scholars have examined organized violence in the artistic and material records of ancient Mesoamerica and Central America. This volume looks at representation of, and relationships between, different types of organized violence, as well as the implications of those activities.

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9781931745581 | Published: 2009
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9781931745802 | Published: 2009
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A Bronze Age Landscape in the Russian Steppes
The first English-language monograph that describes seasonal and permanent Late Bronze Age settlements in the Russian steppes, this is the final report of the Samara Valley Project, a US-Russian archaeological investigation conducted between 1995 and 2002.

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9781938770050 | Published: 2016
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Catalysts to Complexity
When the Spanish colonized the California Coast, it was inhabited by speakers of no fewer than 16 distinct languages and an untold number of small, autonomous Native communities. These societies all survived by foraging, and ethnohistoric records show a wide range of adaptations emphasizing a host of different marine and terrestrial foods.

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9781931745086 | Published: 2003

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