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Now called K'axob, this 800 B.C. Mayan community in northern Belize grew and prospered through Formative and Classic times. A millennial-long record of life has been investigated archaeologically by peeling back the closely stratified layers of homes. An accompanying CD includes comprehensive data sets, over 1,000 images, a tour of K'axob.

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9781931745093 | Published: 2004
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Kasapata and the Archaic Period of the Cuzco Valley
It was widely believed that the first inhabitants of the Cuzco Valley were farmers who lived in scattered villages and that there were no Archaic Period remains in the region, until a systematic survey of the valley, when numerous preceramic sites were found. This is the first overview of the Archaic Period (9000 - 2200 BC) in the Cuzco Valley.

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9781931745345 | Published: 2007
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9781931745352 | Published: 2007
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Lake Titicaca
Lake Titicaca - the world's highest navigable lake - was home to some of the greatest civilizations in the ancient world. This lavishly illustrated book provides an indispensable guide for any visitor who has an interest in archaeology, history and culture, and for any reader wnating to know more about this fascinating place.

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9781931745826 | Published: 2011
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Last House on the Hill

This is the final report of the 1997-2003 excavations at the Neolithic and Chalcolithic settlement of Catalhoyuk in Anatolia, focussing on the lives and life histories of houses and people, the use of digital technologies in the archaeological process, the senses of place, and the nature of cultural heritage and our public responsibilities.

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9781931745666 | Published: 2012
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Life at Home in the Twenty-First Century

Archaeological approach to human material culture, with unprecedented access to the middle-class American home tand how people actually live their lives at home. Will interest designers and architects as well as students of cultural history, and economic history. 170 col. illus.

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9781938770128 | Published: 2017
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Light and Shadow
The Shala Valley Project uncovered how the Shala shaped their world through dynamic, world-systemic relationships with the powers that never fully conquered them. They can be seen as an example in our modern age, where tribal peoples still fight for their survival, and to preserve some degree of independence from capitalist economies.

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9781931745710 | Published: 2013
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Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu is one of the world's most famous archaeological sites, yet remains a mystery. What was its meaning and why was it built in such a difficult location? Renowned explorer Johan Reinhard attempts to answer such elusive questions from the perspectives of sacred landscape and archaeoastronomy.

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9781931745444 | Published: 2007
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Moche Fineline Painting From San Jose De Moro
Moche civilization flourished on the north coast of Peru from AD 200 to 800. Studies a sample of more than 250 painted vessels from the site of San Jose de Moro, providing insights about a community of ancient Peruvian potters who shared a distinctive painting style and left a fascinating record of their achievement.

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9781931745383 | Published: 2007
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9781931745390 | Published: 2007
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Moche Tombs at Dos Cabezas
Moche civilization flourished on the north coast of Peru between approximately AD 100 and 800. This study focuses on five extraordinary Moche tombs that were archaeologically excavated at the site of Dos Cabezas and provide an unusual opportunity to understand aspects of Moche funerary practice that are lost when tombs are looted.

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9781931745512 | Published: 2007
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9781931745529 | Published: 2007
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New Insights into the Iron Age Archaeology of Edom, Southern Jordan
The Edom Lowlands Regional Archaeology Project takes an anthropological-archaeology approach to the study of culture change in one of the Old World's most important sites. Excavations and radiometric dating establish a new chronology for Edom, adding almost 500 years to the Iron Age. Includes DVD with data and photographs from the project.

Hardback    £130.00
9781931745994 | Published: 2014
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