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From Leiden University Press

 

 

Spatial Patterns in Landscape Archaeology
A GIS Procedure to Study Settlement Organization in Early Roman Colonial Territories
Anita Casarotto
Drawing on archaeological data from fieldwalking surveys of several Mediterranean regions, Spatial Patterns in Landscape Archaeology develops and applies a GIS procedure to use legacy survey data in settlement pattern analysis.
Archaeological Studies Leiden University
Paper $44.50


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Time, History and Ritual in a K’iche’ Community
Contemporary Maya Calendar Knowledge and Practices in the Highlands of Guatemala
Paul van den Akker
Time, History and Ritual analyzes ritual practices and knowledge related to the Mesoamerican calendar with the aim of contributing to an understanding of the use and conceptualization of this calendar system as a possible tool for restoring breaks in social memory.
Archaeological Studies Leiden University
Paper $55.00

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From UCL Press

Archaeologists in Print
Publishing for the People
Amara Thornton
A history of popular publishing in archaeology in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, Archaeologists in Print examines this pivotal period of expansion and development in both archaeology and publishing.

“A refreshing new perspective on the history of archaeology and how it reached the public.”
Times Higher Education

Paper $40.00

 

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Scattered Finds
Archaeology, Egyptology and Museums
Alice Stevenson
This book explores the politics, personalities, and social histories that linked fieldwork in Egypt with the varied organizations around the world that received finds. By juxtaposing a diversity of sites for the reception of Egyptian cultural heritage over the period of a century, this book presents new ideas about the development of archaeology, museums and the construction of Egyptian heritage.
Paper $45.00


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