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Roman Foodprints at Berenike
During the Graeco-Roman period, Berenike served as a gateway to the outside world together with Myos Hormos. Between 1994 and 2002, eight excavation seasons were conducted at Berenike by the University of Delaware and Leiden University, the Netherlands. This book presents the results of the archaeobotanical research of the Roman deposits.

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9781931745260 | Published: 2006
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Rural Archaeology in Early Urban Northern Mesopotamia
The results of the excavation of a small, rural village in the time of emerging cities in upper Mesopotamia (modern northeast Syria) in the early to middle third millennium BC. Among the significant results are the exposure of a large segment of the village area, revealing details of spatial and social organization and household economics.

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9781938770043 | Published: 2015
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Settlement and Society

Essays dedicated to Robert McCormick Adams reflects both the breadth of his research and the select themes upon which he focused: ecology, frontiers, urbanism, trade and technology. The intellectual threads he pioneered also tie the volume together, including multiple lines of evidence to attack problems and use of a comparative approach.

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9781931745338 | Published: 2007

Settlement and Subsistence in Early Formative Soconusco
The Soconusco region, a narrow strip of the Pacific coast of Mexico and Guatemala, is the location of some of the earliest pottery-using villages of ancient Mesoamerica. Investigations at El Varal, a special-purpose estuary site of the later Early Formative (1250-1000 B.C.) are described here.

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9781931745796 | Published: 2010
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9781931745789 | Published: 2010
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Settlement Archaeology and Political Economy at Tres Zapotes, Veracruz, Mexico
This volume presents new information from a program of intensive archaeological survey and surface collection at an important Olmec and Epi-Olmec centre.

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9781931745079 | Published: 2003
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Settlement, Subsistence, and Social Complexity

Brings together the work of some of the most prominent archaeologists to document the impact of Jeffrey R. Parsons on contemporary archaeological method and theory. Topics addressed include early urbanism, household and gender, agricultural and craft production, migration, ethnogenesis, and the emergence of pre-modern world-systems.

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9781931745208 | Published: 2006
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9781931745239 | Published: 2006
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The South American Camelids
Bonavia's landmark study of the South American camelids. This first English edition includes an updated analysis and comprehensive bibliography. The Ayacucho's Project's faunal analysts, Elizabeth S. Wing and Kent V. Flannery, have added appendices on the Ayacucho results to this English edition.

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9781931745406 | Published: 2009
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9781931745413 | Published: 2009
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The Stones of Tiahuanaco

The world's most artful and skilful stone architecture is found at Tiahuanaco at the southern end of Lake Titicaca in Bolivia. Detailed analyses of building stones yield insights into the architecture, appearance, rules of composition, canons, and production, filling a significant gap in the understanding of Tiahuanaco's material culture.

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9781931745673 | Published: 2013
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Tangatatau Rockshelter

Tangatatau Rockshelter on Mangaia Island in the Southern Cook Islands, excavated by a multidisciplinary team in 1989-1991, produced one of the richest stratigraphic sequences of artifacts, faunal assemblages, and archaeobotanical materials in Eastern Polynesia. 152 halftones; 50 tables.

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9781938770104 | Published: 2017
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The Dead Tell Tales
Honouring Jane Buikstra's pioneering work in the development of bioarchaeological research, the essays in this volume stem from a symposium held at the annual meeting of the Society for American Archaeology. The volume documents the degree to which bioarchaeological approaches have become normalized and integrated into anthropological research.

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9781931745680 | Published: 2013
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