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This volume presents 12 of the papers from the Ancient Cultures at Monash University post-graduate conference (2013) at Monash University, Australia, in the disciplines of archaeology, history, Classics and indigenous studies. The papers showcase research by post-graduates at Monash across a range of ancient disciplines, and as such contains a lot of innovative study. It is an interesting and varied collection of articles on a range of topics from the Classical world and the ancient Near East.

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Continuity and Destruction in the Greek East : The Transformation of Monumental Space from the Hellenistic Period to Late Antiquity Continuity and Destruction in the Greek East : The Transformation of Monumental Space from the Hellenistic Period to Late Antiquity PDF By author Sujatha Chandrasekaran last download was at 2018-02-25 40:25:07. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Continuity and Destruction in the Greek East : The Transformation of Monumental Space from the Hellenistic Period to Late Antiquity book. The papers included in this volume were presented at the 2011 international academic conference 'Continuity and Destruction in Alexander's East: the transformation of monumental space from the Hellenistic period to Late Antiquity', which took place at the University of Oxford. The conference and publication theme - the region commonly known as the Hellenistic East - follows the long-term research interests of the editors and brings together scholars and specialists doing work in the region. It follows in the footsteps of a previous conference of 2009, From Pella to Gandhara: Hybridisation and Identity in the Art and Architecture of the Hellenistic East, which resulted in an edited volume of 2011 published by Archaeopress. While 'Pella to Gandhara' looked into the Hellenistic East as a whole, 'Continuity and Destruction' narrows the focus onto the Near East, with its greater wealth of archaeological research and publication. At the same time, the focus of the current topic carries over ontoan extended time frame spanning the aftermath of the Macedonian campaign, thus tracing steady, smooth or abrupt changes of defining spaces in ancient societies as these were moulded and shaped by the events of the day.

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Proceedings of the 6th Symposium of the Hellenic Society of Archaeometry Proceedings of the 6th Symposium of the Hellenic Society of Archaeometry PDF By author Effie Photos-Jones last download was at 2018-08-04 47:51:48. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Proceedings of the 6th Symposium of the Hellenic Society of Archaeometry book. Edited by E. Photos-Jones in collaboration with Y. Bassiakos, E. Filippaki, A. Hein, I. Karatasios, V. Kilikoglou and E. Kouloumpi.

The Hellenic Society for Archaeometry (HSA) was founded in 1982 and is the professional body representing academics and research centers in Greece and within the Greek Archaeological Service who employ physical and earth sciences in archaeology. The HSA is a vibrant group of researchers who over the years have made a substantial contribution to the understanding of Greeces Cultural Heritage.The 6th Symposium of the Hellenic Society for Archaeometry (HSA) took place in May 2013, at the Acropolis Museum in Athens. The HSA Symposium proceedings are aimed particularly at young researchers working on Greek materials and landscapes as a venue for presenting their work. This volume comprising thirty-two papers is divided in two parts: the first deals with materials (ceramics, glass, metal, paintings, paper) and the second with the landscape and its multifaceted aspects (dating, prospection, visualisation). Within each section issues of conservation, dating, and computer applications are interwoven together with aspects of intangible heritage.

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The Roman Settlement Patterns in the Western Facade of the Conventus Bracarensis The Roman Settlement Patterns in the Western Facade of the Conventus Bracarensis PDF By author Helena Paula Abreu de Carvalho last download was at 2017-11-17 07:37:20. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online The Roman Settlement Patterns in the Western Facade of the Conventus Bracarensis book. The main aim of this study was to analyse the Roman settlement patterns of the western part of the Conventus Bracarensis, located within a vast province of the Iberian Peninsula: the Hispania Citerior or Tarraconensis. In order to fully understand the Roman settlement patterns of the area under study, it was necessary to verify the political and administrative procedures carried out at the Tarraconensis province together with their direct impact upon the landscape, alongside the varied occupation techniques implemented after the conquest, assessing the different patterns impacting upon the indigenous space. The nature of the available data was analysed through G.I.S. and four operative concepts: entities, relationships between entities, scales and limits to those relationships. Using these elements, the interpretation and description of the studied centres aimed to shed some light on the basic evolutionary features of settlement patterns. Through their complex interactions, the analysed areas provided the minimum conditions with which to achieve the proposed objectives.

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La Alfareria Romana del Collet Est (Calonge, Girona) : (Calonge, Girona) La Alfareria Romana del Collet Est (Calonge, Girona) : (Calonge, Girona) PDF By author Joaquim Tremoleda last download was at 2017-01-10 28:57:07. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online La Alfareria Romana del Collet Est (Calonge, Girona) : (Calonge, Girona) book. Collet Est was a Roman pottery workshop located on the Catalonian coast near Calonge. In active use from the 1st century BC to the middle of the 1st century AD, the workshop was used to produce dolia, local amphora, domestic pottery and building materials. In a later phase the site was reused as a necropolis by the inhabitants of the nearby Roman villa of Collet. This necropolis survived until the 5th century, when the Roman villa was abandoned. The excavation of the site in 2002-2003 revealed 19 Roman furnaces, several rooms and open air spaces where the inhabitants lived and worked, and a kitchen full of a fascinating range of well-preserved artifacts. The excavation also uncovered 30 inhumations with associated grave goods.This book presents an in-depth report of the important rescue excavations carried out by the University of Girona's Institute of Cultural Heritage at Collet Est in 2002.

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November 15, 2000 4.30 MB La Alfareria Romana del Collet Est (Calonge, Girona) : (Calonge, Girona)2    0 5
Forging Identities: The Mobility of Culture in Bronze Age Europe : Report from a Marie Curie Project 2009-2012 with Concluding Conference at Aarhus University, Moesgaard 2012: Volume 1 Forging Identities: The Mobility of Culture in Bronze Age Europe : Report from a Marie Curie Project 2009-2012 with Concluding Conference at Aarhus University, Moesgaard 2012: Volume 1 PDF By author Paulina Suchowska-Ducke last download was at 2017-05-15 11:28:20. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Forging Identities: The Mobility of Culture in Bronze Age Europe : Report from a Marie Curie Project 2009-2012 with Concluding Conference at Aarhus University, Moesgaard 2012: Volume 1 book. Report from a Marie Curie Project 2009-2012 with Concluding Conference at Aarhus University, Moesgaard 2012: Volume 1

With a strong emphasis on data, the two volumes of this book demonstrate that mobility was essential to the European Bronze Age by exploring the shared cultural expression of Bronze Age societies in contrast to their simultaneous development of new local and regional characteristics. During this seminal Époque, cultural and social formations of an entirely new kind and magnitude came to characterize Europe. The intense and dynamic relations between local and large-scale change processes coincided with increased mobility in different domains and forms, forging new identities and shaping the emergence of Europe as a distinct cultural zone. Through over fifty essays by leading Bronze Age scholars, the reader engages with cultural mobility and connectivity and the ways in which these forces affected and transformed human behaviour. The two volume set includes four parts; this volume contains parts 1 (Materiality and Construction of Identities) and 2 (Economic and Political Foundations of Interaction and Mobility).

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Hadrianopolis III : Ceramic Finds from Southwestern Paphlagonia Hadrianopolis III : Ceramic Finds from Southwestern Paphlagonia PDF By author Gulseren Kan Sahin last download was at 2017-04-07 30:35:17. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Hadrianopolis III : Ceramic Finds from Southwestern Paphlagonia book. Pottery finds collected from Hadrianopolis in southwestern Paphlagonia (north-central Turkey), i.e. the region around Eskipazar in the Turkish province of KarabÜk are presented in detail in this volume. Between 2005 and 2008 an archaeological team from the Dokuz EylÜl University in Izmir carried out archaeological field surveys, excavations and restorations in Hadrianopolis and its close surroundings. During these four field campaigns, 1550 sherds ranging between the Pre-Iron Age (2nd millennium BC) and the Middle Byzantine period (late 11th-early 12th century AD) were collected, most of which consist of Late Roman-Early Byzantine (late 5th-mid 8th century AD) coarse ware. Thirty main pottery groups were derived, based on their chronology, function and fabric. A detailed description is given of each find deposit, the typologies and fabrics of wares, and a comprehensive catalogue is included with drawings and photos of each sherd. This book is the first extensive pottery report of the Turkish Black Sea area offering a continual picture of all the wares and chronologies available. From the Foreword by Roger J. Matthews, University of Reading 23rd September 2015: It gives me great professional and personal pleasure to write a foreword to Hadrianopolis III, in which the ceramic materials from the Paphlagonian site of Hadrianopolis and its region are published in exemplary manner by ErgÜn Lafli and GÜlseren Kan Sahin. The volume contains the fullest possible description and discussion of a wealth of ceramic material from the 2005-2008 field seasons in and around Hadrianopolis. I believe this volume can stand as a model of how to publish archaeological material in a manner of most benefit to colleagues with a wide range of professional interests... Through publication of this volume, the authors demonstrate the unique value in cherishing, recovering, analysing and, above all, fully publishing the material evidence recovered in systematic archaeological investigation. Present and future scholars owe them a considerable debt as well as sincere congratulations.

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L' IMMAGINE DEL POTERE NELL'EGITTO TOLEMAICO : Revisione Critica Dell'Iconografia di Cleopatra VII Philopator L' IMMAGINE DEL POTERE NELL'EGITTO TOLEMAICO : Revisione Critica Dell'Iconografia di Cleopatra VII Philopator PDF By author Silvio Strano last download was at 2018-05-30 52:56:27. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online L' IMMAGINE DEL POTERE NELL'EGITTO TOLEMAICO : Revisione Critica Dell'Iconografia di Cleopatra VII Philopator book. The image of Cleopatra VII Philopator, often a cause of controversy and debate, has long been of particular interest among collectors of classical antiquities and academics. Starting from the controversial identification of the Capitoline Cleopatra and critical reading of the iconographic and literary documentation available, the author discusses iconographic and methodological issues and offers new interpretations and identifications of royal female statuary in Egyptian style. This volume offers a wide panorama of the Lagid figurative culture (Egyptian and Greek) and includes a catalogue of the monuments. The author's Egyptological and semiotic analysis of the sardonyx agate phiale, better known as the "Farnese Cup," reveals what may be considered the most evident and effective result of the concept of 'bilingual' expression through iconography. The historical, cultural, political and religious aspects of the Ptolemaic dynasty are discussed, and special attention is given to the religious politics of the Lagid sovereigns in Egyptian territory and particularly to the deification of the Ptolemaic queens.

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Dispute Management in Heritage Conservation: The Case of in situ Museums Dispute Management in Heritage Conservation: The Case of in situ Museums PDF By author Kalliopi Fouseki last download was at 2018-03-02 44:01:57. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Dispute Management in Heritage Conservation: The Case of in situ Museums book. The nature of disputes related to the in situ conservation of archaeological remains into the basements of contemporary buildings are explored in this study. Through a novel, interdisciplinary approach negotiation theories and models with heritage management practices are merged, and the concept of in situ museums (structures that conserve in situ archaeological remains) is introduced. The author discusses examples of in situ conservation of archaeological remains in contemporary private and public buildings including museums. Special emphasis is given on the Acropolis Museum which is linked with a wide range of conflicts at local, national and international level. The book concludes with a proposed strategy for managing disputes in the heritage sector.

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Forging Identities: The Mobility of Culture in Bronze Age Europe : Report from a Marie Curie Project 2009-2012 with Concluding Conference at Aarhus University, Moesgaard 2012: Volume 2 Forging Identities: The Mobility of Culture in Bronze Age Europe : Report from a Marie Curie Project 2009-2012 with Concluding Conference at Aarhus University, Moesgaard 2012: Volume 2 PDF By author Paulina Suchowska-Ducke last download was at 2017-12-25 22:39:14. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Forging Identities: The Mobility of Culture in Bronze Age Europe : Report from a Marie Curie Project 2009-2012 with Concluding Conference at Aarhus University, Moesgaard 2012: Volume 2 book. Report from a Marie Curie Project 2009-2012 with Concluding Conference at Aarhus University, Moesgaard 2012: Volume 2.

With a strong emphasis on data, the two volumes of this book demonstrate that mobility was essential to the European Bronze Age by exploring the shared cultural expression of Bronze Age societies in contrast to their simultaneous development of new local and regional characteristics. During this seminal Époque, cultural and social formations of an entirely new kind and magnitude came to characterize Europe. The intense and dynamic relations between local and large-scale change processes coincided with increased mobility in different domains and forms, forging new identities and shaping the emergence of Europe as a distinct cultural zone. Through over fifty essays by leading Bronze Age scholars, the reader engages with cultural mobility and connectivity and the ways in which these forces affected and transformed human behaviour. The two volume set includes four parts; this volume contains parts 3 (Modes and Channels of Movement and Transmission) and 4 (Geo-political Configurations, Boundaries and Transformations).

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Astronomy and Power How Worlds are Structured : Proceedings of the SEAC 2010 Conference Astronomy and Power How Worlds are Structured : Proceedings of the SEAC 2010 Conference PDF By author Michael A. Rappengluck last download was at 2017-01-24 58:17:60. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Astronomy and Power How Worlds are Structured : Proceedings of the SEAC 2010 Conference book. Throughout the course of history, from early prehistory to the Space Age, power structures have existed which have been more or less derived from or correlated to astronomical phenomena or certain cosmologies and cosmovisions. These have significantly affected and formed the economic, social, political, artistic and religious life of people across different cultures. Cosmographies, time reckoning and calendar systems, celestial navigation techniques, landscape and architectural models of cosmicpotency, celestial divination and astrological ideas, cosmic clothing and other related concepts have been used successfully by interest groups to establish, maintain and expand psychological, social, religious and political power. Furthermore, the celestial sphere and its inhabitants have also been closely connected and partially interwoven with the concept of the manifestation of cosmic order and power both in nature and in culture. The book's 43 chapters cover numerous aspects of the topic, from general ideas to astronomy and politics in the Modern Age.

Edited by Michael A. RappenglÜck, Barbara RappenglÜck, Nicholas Campion and Fabio Silva.

With contributions by Elio Antonello, David Bea CastaÑo, Juan Antonio Belmonte, Mary Blomberg, F. BÒnoli, Nicholas Campion, Barth Chukwuezi, Alexandra Comsa, Lourdes Costa Ferrer, Jordi Diloli Fons, Nataliya Dmitrieva, Sonja Draxler, David Fisher, A. CÉsar GonzÁlez-GarcÍa, Silvia Gaudenzi, Cecilia Paula GÓmez, Zalkida Hadzibegovic, GÖran Henriksson, Liz Henty, Jarita C. Holbrook, Manuela Incerti, Stanislaw Iwaniszewski, Franz Kerek, Mare KÕiva, Vesselina Koleva, Rolf Krauss, Andres Kuperjanov, Max E. Lippitsch, Alejandro MartÍn LÓpez, Mariangela Lo Zupone, Andrea Martocchia, W. Bruce Masse, Zoia Maxim, Marzia Monaco, Catalin Mosoia, S. Mohammad Mozaffari, Wolfgang Neubauer, Manuel PÉrez GutiÉrrez, Fernando Pimenta, Vito F. Polcaro, Marcello Ranieri, Barbara RappenglÜck, Michael A. RappenglÜck, Nuno Miguel da Conceicao Ribeiro, Marianna Ridderstad, Petra G. Schmidl, Samuel SardÀ Seuma, Fabio Silva, Andrew Smith, Ivan Sprajc, Florin Stanescu, Magda Stavinschi, Iharka SzÜcs-Csillik, LuÍs A. M. Tirapicos, JesÚs Galindo Trejo, Anna M. Tunzi, Larisa N. Vodolazhskaya, Gudrun Wolfschmidt, Richard R. Zito and Georg Zotti.

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KHOR ABU ANGA and MAGENDOHLI : Stone Age Sites on the Sudanese Nile KHOR ABU ANGA and MAGENDOHLI : Stone Age Sites on the Sudanese Nile PDF By author Roy L. Carlson last download was at 2017-02-12 32:51:55. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online KHOR ABU ANGA and MAGENDOHLI : Stone Age Sites on the Sudanese Nile book. The results of the excavation of two Paleolithic sites on the Nile in the Republic of the Sudan, undertaken from the autumn of 1965 into the spring of 1966, are presented in this report. Artifacts from Khor Abu Anga and Magendohli, currently housed in the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada, are described and quantified. The artifact assemblages are identified as discrete units, placed in chronological order, compared in terms of cultural content, and assigned to known industrial complexes. The Khor Abu Anga and Magendohli assemblages are comparable to and part of recognized prehistoric industrial Acheulian, the Sangoan, the Lupemban, and Aterian complexes well documented in Africa and in parts of Europe and western Asia. The archaeological deposits at Khor Abu Anga are part of a record of evolving lithic technology from late Acheulian through Sangoan into Lupemban in the upper Nile valley over a long period of time.

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February 21, 2005 84.20 MB KHOR ABU ANGA and MAGENDOHLI : Stone Age Sites on the Sudanese Nile1    0 2
Health and Disease in the Prehistoric Pacific Islands Health and Disease in the Prehistoric Pacific Islands PDF By author Hallie Buckley last download was at 2017-11-29 18:34:18. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Health and Disease in the Prehistoric Pacific Islands book. This book is an historical document presenting the author's doctoral thesis on health and disease in the Pacific Islands, completed in 2001. The study was conducted using a sample from the Solomon Islands in Melanesia and another sample from two burial mounds in Tonga, Polynesia. The primary aim of the study was to assess whether the presence of malaria in Melanesia adversely affected the overall health of these people compared to the Polynesian group, where malaria has always been absent. The Pacific islands are often forgotten when considering global issues of health and subsistence change. However, this region has much to offer with regard to understanding human adaptation to different environments during and after colonisation and the biosocial responses to disease. One of the main drivers for publishing this volume after all this time is an attempt to give this region more of a voice in global discussions of health and disease in prehistory.

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The Zooarchaeology of Medieval Alava in its Iberian Context The Zooarchaeology of Medieval Alava in its Iberian Context PDF By author Idoia Grau-Sologestoa last download was at 2018-08-16 10:13:06. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online The Zooarchaeology of Medieval Alava in its Iberian Context book. This book, based on the author's doctoral thesis, is focused on understanding social and economic aspects of the medieval rural world on the basis of the zooarchaeological analysis of seven different assemblages of animal remains located in the north and centre of the Iberian Peninsula. Multiple lines of analysis are utilized and combined in order to understand animal husbandry practices, subsistence strategies, the use of animal bones and antler as raw material, and site formation processes. The main contributions of this work are understanding the economic system of medieval peasant communities and changes over time, as well as understanding the ways of social differentiation through diet in medieval Iberia. Also, worked bone and antler and butchery practices are analysed. Other aspects related to the social dimension of the use of animals are discussed, such as the presence of companion animals, the introduction of species, and the veterinary knowledge of the peasant communities. The use of animals in possible ritual or symbolic contexts is also analysed. This book is a substantial contribution towards understanding animal use in the medieval Iberian Peninsula.

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Holocene Foragers of North India : The Bioarchaeology of Mesolithic Damdama Holocene Foragers of North India : The Bioarchaeology of Mesolithic Damdama PDF By author John R. Lukacs last download was at 2018-04-28 39:37:09. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Holocene Foragers of North India : The Bioarchaeology of Mesolithic Damdama book. A fresh and innovative approach to the skeletal biology of prehistoric South Asians is presented in this volume. It is the first comprehensive bioarchaeological study of an early Holocene human skeletal series from the Gangetic Plain of North India. New methods and techniques reveal insightful perspectives on the biological adaptations and affinities of the aceramic foragers from Mesolithic Damdama (ca. 8800 BP). Attention is given to archaeological context and to the geological and ecological setting in which these semi-nomadic, microlithic hunters lived and foraged. The integrative analysis of skeletal preservation includes documenting bone micro-structure and chemical composition, and a taphonomic approach to skeletal representation. Diverse methods of age and sex determination provide a firm basis for paleo-demographic analysis. Multivariate statistics refine the precision of: sex determination, stature estimation, and calculation of bio-distance from cranial and dental attributes. The large skeletal sample facilitates both statistical assessment of traits by sex within the Damdama series, and inter-site comparison of traits with nearby Mesolithic series and with key prehistoric samples from India and Pakistan. Prevalence of pathological lesions provides evidence of health and nutrition, while skeletal markers of activity yield insight into patterns of habitual behavior. These new data from Mesolithic Damdama contribute significantly to theoretical issues in anthropology, including health and subsistence, skeletal robusticity, and biological adaptation to a subtropical riparian environment.

With contributions by M.C. Gupta, V.D. Misra, Greg C. Nelson, and G. Robbins Schug.

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October 27, 1999 70.11 kB Holocene Foragers of North India : The Bioarchaeology of Mesolithic Damdama2    0 3
Une A History of the Earliest Mesolithic Communities in Portugal Une A History of the Earliest Mesolithic Communities in Portugal PDF By author Ana Cristina Araujo last download was at 2017-06-10 46:19:57. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Une A History of the Earliest Mesolithic Communities in Portugal book. Around 9500 BC, a number of changes take place in the life ways of human groups that, henceforth, will be designated as Mesolithic. These changes set them apart, behaviourally, from the preceding periods. Even though the ancestral know-how was passed across the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary, new solutions were implemented. Groups became more mobile and more dependent on the exploitation of marine resources. Shell middens crop up not just all along the Atlantic faÇade but also in more interiorly located sites. Technical choice and mode of resource extraction are situationally adapted and/or created. This behavioural flexibility is specific to the early Mesolithic and contrasts with the rigidity of Magdalenian peoples' technical systems. The History of the earliest Mesolithic communities in Portugal is mainly based on the study of three key-early Mesolithic sites, Toledo, Areeiro III and Barca do Xerez de Baixo, with a main focus on their lithic industries (recreating all the productionprocess), although other archaeological components are also presented and discussed. Despite being contemporary on a radiocarbon scale (they all accumulated during the Boreal chronozone), each of these sites represents a distinct way of using space and the available local resources.

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Los Alfares Medievales de la Calle Hospital Viejo de Logrono (La Rioja, Espana) : Sistematizacion de sus Producciones (siglos XIII-XV) Los Alfares Medievales de la Calle Hospital Viejo de Logrono (La Rioja, Espana) : Sistematizacion de sus Producciones (siglos XIII-XV) PDF By author Milagros Martinez Gonzalez last download was at 2017-11-18 15:46:36. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online Los Alfares Medievales de la Calle Hospital Viejo de Logrono (La Rioja, Espana) : Sistematizacion de sus Producciones (siglos XIII-XV) book. La excavaciÓn arqueolÓgica de la calle Hospital Viejo de LogroÑo descubriÓ un complejo alfarero de dilatada trayectoria. Consiste en tres obradores superpuestos en funcionamiento durante los siglos XIII, XIV y XV, documentÁndose hornos, basureros, zanjas y canteras de arcilla, una pileta, Útiles de alfarero, materia prima y un abultado conjunto de materiales cerÁmicos, metÁlicos, Óseos y lÍticos, junto con desechos de producciÓn. Pudieron pertenecer a alfareros islÁmicos, quedando abandonados tras las pragmÁticas contra la comunidad mudÉjar de 1502. Las producciones se sistematizaron atendiendo a las caracterÍsticas de las pastas y su tratamiento, obteniendo quince tipos que abarcan cerÁmicas comunes, vidriadas, esmaltadas y de reflejo metÁlico, con los que se produjeron treinta y cinco formas bÁsicas y mÚltiples variantes, de mesa, cocina, despensa y elementos auxiliares. La secuencia estratigrÁfica del yacimiento proporciona cronologÍas muy ajustadas de inicio y final de las producciones cerÁmicas, convirtiÉndolas en herramientas de dataciÓn e identificaciÓn cultural de los contextos arqueolÓgicos de la Baja Edad Media.

During the excavation of Hospital Viejo Street, up to three overlapping pottery workshops operating in the XIII, XIV and XV centuries were identified, with discrete spatial distributions and various production structures. These workshops were probably governed by Islamic potters, who abandoned them after the expulsion of the Moorish communityin 1502. We identified fifteen groups of earthenware, tin-glazed ware, glazed ware and luster-glazed ware, based on the ceramic pastes and processing methods used. From secondary criteria, we identified thirty-five basic forms, and multiple variants, of cooking, drinking, eating and storage vessels, along with auxiliary elements. The stratigraphic sequence of the site provides very tight timelines for the start and end of production.

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II Jornadas Predoctorales en Estudios en la Antiguedad y la Edad Media : Proceedings of the Second Postgraduate Conference in Studies of Antiquity and Middle Ages, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, 19-21st November 2014 II Jornadas Predoctorales en Estudios en la Antiguedad y la Edad Media : Proceedings of the Second Postgraduate Conference in Studies of Antiquity and Middle Ages, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, 19-21st November 2014 PDF By author N. Olaya Montero last download was at 2017-05-21 28:29:03. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online II Jornadas Predoctorales en Estudios en la Antiguedad y la Edad Media : Proceedings of the Second Postgraduate Conference in Studies of Antiquity and Middle Ages, Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona, 19-21st November 2014 book. Proceedings of the Second Postgraduate Conference in Studies of Antiquity and Middle Ages, Universitat AutÒnoma de Barcelona, 19-21st November 2014

Edited by N. Olaya Montero, M. Montoza Coca, A. Aguilera Felipe and R. GÓmez Guiu

This volume presents the proceedings of the II Jornadas Predoctorales en Estudios de la AntigÜedad y de la Edad Media, held at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, on the 19, 20 and 21st November 2014. The book follows the principal subdivision of the conference sessions: Ancient East; Greece, from Archaic to Hellenistic Times; Republican, Imperial and Late Antique Rome; Early Medieval Literature; Late Middle Ages and Humanism. The papers focus on the use of the texts in different sciences of Antiquity and Middle Ages (History, Archaeology, Philology, etc.) and how that use is a common tool to study the past, considering the literary source as the main nexus among disciplines. Quoting Thucydides, a text is a Κτῆμα ἐς αἰεὶ (an eternal possession), so, even though the papers in this volume deal with different chronologies and subjects, the approach of the study is always based on texts.

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The architectural terracottas from the sanctuary of Punta Stilo at Kaulonia : Genesis, Problems, Developments The architectural terracottas from the sanctuary of Punta Stilo at Kaulonia : Genesis, Problems, Developments PDF By author Nicola Giaccone last download was at 2017-01-01 12:01:23. This book is good alternative for Swahili Urbanisation, Trade and Food Production : Botanical perspectives from Pemba Island, Tanzania, AD 600-1500. Download now for free or you can read online The architectural terracottas from the sanctuary of Punta Stilo at Kaulonia : Genesis, Problems, Developments book. This monograph focuses on Greek architectural terracottas coming from recent excavations at the urban sanctuary of Kaulonia, a polis on the eastern coast of Calabria. The work outlines the phenomenon of architectural terracottas in their diachronic development, clarifying the manner in which their production first arose, reconstructing the range of distribution of the products of Kaulonia (among the most important in Magna Graecia), and highlighting their links with other materials of the same class in Greece and Southern Italy. It also examines significant aspects of production and attempts to investigate the ideological elements implicit in 'horn' roofs (a peculiar group of Southern Italy terracottas). The monograph further presents results that are of interest to wider architectural studies and Greek archaeology, including a reappraisal of 'horn' roofs class and a new identification of roofs found at Olympia.

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