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2009

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CONTENTS General Archaeology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 Archaeological Methods and Practice . . . .7 Archaeological Theory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Archaeological Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Prehistory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Ancient Near East and Egypt . . . . . . . . .16 Classical Archaeology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 British and European Archaeology . . . . .23 The Americas . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Other Regions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .28 Museum and Heritage Studies . . . . . . . .30 Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Order Form . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .40 Complete Catalog This catalog only includes a selection of our Archaeology titles. Our online catalog at http://www.routledge.com gives you the power to search for any book currently in print by title, author’s last name, and ISBN. All entries have a description of the book’s content.

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GENERAL ARCHAEOLOGY

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General Archaeology

Archaeology: The Basics Clive Gamble, Royal Holloway University of London, UK “Strongly recommended for novice undergraduates... makes an absolutely excellent case for archaeology as a discipline.” –Antiquity

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Archaeology: An Introduction Dr. Kevin Greene, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK and Tom Moore In a lucid and accessible style, Kevin Greene and Tom Moore explain the discovery and excavation of sites, outline major dating methods, give clear explanations of scientific techniques, and examine current theories and controversies. This new edition will continue to give readers an essential understanding of archaeology as well as pointing them towards further reading that will expand their knowledge. The accompanying website (which is regularly updated) provides extensive links to informative case studies from around the world. 2002: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-23354-5: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-23355-2: $41.95 £70.

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Archaeological Fantasies How Pseudoarchaeology Misrepresents the Past and Misleads the Public Edited by Garrett G. Fagan Including case studies, this collection of engaging and stimulating essays written by a diverse group of scholars, scientists and writers examines the phenomenon of pseudoarchaeology from a variety of perspectives. 2006: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 440pp Hb: 978-0-415-30592-1: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-30593-8: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-203-96480-4 £80.

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“The digger boasting the worn stub of a trowel in their right back trouser pocket should feel incomplete without a copy of Archaeology: The Basics in the other.” –Current Archaeology This second edition from our successful Basics series presents another chance to delve into this increasingly popular subject. Fully updated, Archaeology: The Basics has also been revised to reflect growth in areas such as material culture, human evolution and the political use of the past. Lively and engaging, some of the key questions answered include: • What are the basic concepts of archaeology? • How and what do we know about people and objects from the past? • What makes a good explanation in archaeology? • How do we know where to look? From everyday examples to the more obscure, this is essential reading for all students, independent archaeologists and indeed all those who want to know more about archaeological thought, history and practice. A piece of broken pottery will never seem the same again.

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Archaeology: The Key Concepts Edited by Colin Renfrew and Paul Bahn From two of the best-known archaeological writers in the trade, this outstanding resource provides a thorough and upto-date survey of the key ideas in archaeology, and how they impact archaeological thinking and method. Table of Contents: List of Key Concepts; Contributors; Introduction; Key Concepts; Index

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Ancient Turkey Antonio Sagona and Paul Zimansky March 2009: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-28916-0: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48123-6: $40.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88046-3 0£7.

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Prehistoric Britain Timothy C Darvill September 2009: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-49026-9: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49027-6: $39.95 0£7.

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PEOPLES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD SERIES

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The Greeks An Introduction to Their Culture Robin Sowerby, University of Stirling, UK

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The Greeks has provided a concise yet wide-ranging introduction to the culture of ancient Greece since its first publication. In this new and expanded second edition the bestselling volume offers a lucid survey that:

The Carthaginians Dexter Hoyos, University of Sydney, Australia The importance of Carthage in ancient Mediterranean history is often underrated. The Carthaginians tend to be viewed as alien upstarts, intruding on or even threatening the progress of classical civilization with exotic, if not toxic, oriental ways. In reality the Carthaginians were a successful multinational and multicultural society: Phoenicial by origin, increasingly bonded with North Africa, and interacting constantly with Egypt, Greek Sicily and the Hellenistic world. They also had close social and commercial ties with Rome and exploited contact with the world beyond the Mediterranean, ranging from the coasts of central Africa to the British Isles. The Carthaginians therefore exerted a major influence on peoples around the western Mediterranean coastlands, where Punic-style architecture has left striking monuments and the Neo-Punic language was widespread among the educated even after Carthage’s own destruction. In the later centuries of the city, Carthage equaled and rivaled the western Greek power Syracuse and the expanding Roman Republic. With almost no writings by Carthaginians themselves surviving, knowledge of the city and society has long been based on what their Greek and Roman enemies recorded. Archaeology now contributes physical, impartial evidence to heighten the colors of this lost society. This book traces the course of Carthaginian civilization with up-to-date archaeological examinations and translated selections from ancient writers such as Herodotus, Aristotle, Livy and Plutarch. It also focuses on their religion and cult practices and the lurid reports about child-sacrifice. It reveals what the ancient world actually owed to a civilization which has been unfairly disdained throughout history.

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• Covers all the key elements of ancient Greek civilization from the age of Homer to the Hellenistic period • Provides detailed discussions of the main trends in literature and drama, philosophy, art and architecture, with generous reference to original sources • Places ancient Greek culture firmly in its political, social and historical context • Includes a new chapter on “Religion and Social Life”. The Greeks now contains more illustrations, a chronological chart, maps, and suggestions for further reading as well as a new glossary. The Greeks is an indispensable introduction for all students of Classics, and an invaluable guide for students of other disciplines who require a grounding in Greek civilization.

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The Persians Maria Brosius, University of Newcastle, UK This historical overview of the Persian empires explores the king and his court, the organization of the Empire, religion and culture, and art and architecture. Source citations enable readers to gain direct access to the written material.

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PEOPLES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD SERIES

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The Neanderthals

The Romans

Friedemann Schrenk

An Introduction

Translated by Phyllis Jestice, University of Southern Mississippi, USA

Antony Kamm ”Based on the book ‘The Romans: An Introduction’ by Anthony Kamm, this site is packed with nearly 70 pages of information, supported with insightful illustrations and images. The site also features 47 interactive quizzes to test your knowledge along the way... A well designed and easy-to-use site which covers a full range of topics.” —Amazing-grades.com The second edition of The Romans: An Introduction is a concise, readable, and comprehensive survey of the civilization of ancient Rome. It covers more than 1200 years of political and military history, including many of the famous, and infamous, personalities who featured in them. Further, it describes the religions, society, and daily life of the Romans, and their literature, art, architecture, and technology, illustrated by extracts in new translations from Latin and Greek authors of the times. This second edition contains extensive additional and revised material designed to enhance the value of the book to students especially of classical or Roman civilization, Roman history, or elementary Latin, as well as to general readers and students of other disciplines for whom an understanding of the civilization and literature of Rome is desirable. Other new features include a glossary of Latin terms and timelines. Maps have been redrawn and new ones included along with extra illustrations, and reading lists have been revised and updated. The book now has its own dedicated website at www.the-romans.co.uk, which is packed full of additional resources.

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The Neanderthal is among the most mysterious relatives of Homo sapiens: Was he a dull, clubswinging muscleman, or a being with developed social behavior and the ability to speak, to plan precisely, and even to develop views on the afterlife? For many, the Neanderthals are an example of primitive humans, but new discoveries suggest that this image needs to be revised. Half a million years ago in Ice Age Europe, there emerged people who managed to cope well with the difficult climate – Neanderthal Man. They formed an organized society, hunted Mammoths, and could make fire. They were able to pass on knowledge; they cared for the old and the handicapped, burying their dead, and placing gifts on their graves. Yet, they became extinct, despite their cultural abilities. This richly illustrated book, written for general audiences, provides a competent look at the history, living conditions, and culture of the Neanderthal.

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The Trojans & Their Neighbours Trevor Bryce, University of Queensland In this publication – the first to focus on Troy’s neighbors and contemporaries – Trevor Bryce unearths the secrets of this ancient city. Fully illustrated with maps, charts, and photographs, he explores Troy’s involvement in the Iliad.

Series: Peoples of the Ancient World 2005: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-34959-8: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-34955-0: $36.95 eBook: 978-0-203-69534-0 £65.0

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PEOPLES OF THE ANCIENT WORLD SERIES ROUTLEDGE WORLDS SERIES The Mycenaeans

Arabia and the Arabs

Rodney Castleden

From the Bronze Age to the Coming of Islam

The Mycenaean world: the stuff of legends and heroes who conquered Troy and who still stand at the heart of Greek identity today. This clear, detailed study brings their civilization, culture, and history to life for both students and enthusiasts.

Robert G. Hoyland, St Johns College, University of Oxford, UK

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Using a wide range of sources - inscriptions, poetry, histories, and archeological evidence - Robert Hoyland explores the main cultural areas of Arabia, from ancient Sheba in the south, to the deserts and oases of the north.

Series: Peoples of the Ancient World

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The Egyptians

The Israelites

An Introduction

An Introduction

Robert Morkot An introduction to Ancient Egyptian civilization, its origins, history, and culture. The book examines notions of race and color, the achievements in the fields of science and architecture, and the controversial issue of the “legacy” of Egypt.

Series: Peoples of the Ancient World 2005: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-27103-5: $90.00 Pb: 978-0-415-27104-2: $30.95 eBook: 978-0-203-48653-5

Antony Kamm With an appendix providing a chronology, the Hebrew alphabet, weights, measures and coins, the Jewish calendar and a guide to further reading for easy reference: this is an accessible, user-friendly introduction which is indispensable to students as a starting point for studying the history, culture, and development of the people of Israel.

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The Babylonians An Introduction Gwendolyn Leick, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK This survey introduces the people and the reality behind the popular myth of Babylon. It explores the social, historical, geographical, and cultural context in which this extraordinary civilization flourished for so many centuries.

Routledge Worlds Series The Babylonian World Edited by Gwendolyn Leick, Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, UK

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Exploring all key aspects of the development of this ancient culture, The Babylonian World presents an extensive, up-to-date, and lavishly illustrated history of the ancient state Babylonia and its “holy city”, Babylon.

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ROUTLEDGE WORLDS SERIES ARCHAEOLOGICAL METHODS AND PRACTICE

The Viking World

The World of Pompeii

Edited by Stefan Brink, University of Aberdeen, UK and Neil Price, University of Uppsala, Sweden

Edited by Pedar Foss, DePauw University, USA and John J. Dobbins, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, USA

Filling a gap in the literature for an academically oriented volume on the Viking period, this unique book is a one-stop authoritative introduction to all the latest research in the field.

This well-illustrated volume, written by experts, is an all-embracing survey of The World of Pompeii, the town of Herculaneum and the many urban and rural villas.

Bringing together today’s leading scholars, both established seniors and younger, cutting-edge academics, Brink and Price have constructed the first single work to gather innovative research from a spectrum of disciplines (including archaeology, history, philology, comparative religion, numismatics, and cultural geography) to create the most comprehensive Viking Age book of its kind ever attempted. Consisting of longer articles providing overviews of important themes, supported by shorter papers focusing on material of particular interest, this comprehensive volume covers such wide-ranging topics as social institutions, spatial issues, the Viking Age economy, warfare, beliefs, language, voyages, and links with medieval and Christian Europe. This original work, specifically oriented towards a university audience and the educated public, will have a self-evident place as an undergraduate course book and will be a standard work of reference for all those in the field.

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The Egyptian World Edited by Toby Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, UK

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Archaeological Investigation Martin Carver, University of York, UK The process of archaeological investigation is a complex and lengthy one. This book guides readers through the whole progression, from the first idea to the communication of the outcomes to the sponsors and the public. It is divided into three parts. The first part lays out the principles to be followed; the second part the fieldwork; and the third part the outcomes, reviewing the way in which the information gathered in the field is processed for prosperity. September 2009: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 464pp Hb: 978-0-415-48918-8: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48919-5: $41.95 £70.

The Egyptian World provides an authoritative exploration of Ancient Egyptian civilization. The volume covers seven broad themes—Environments, Institutions, Economies, Societies, Ideologies, Aesthetics, and Interactions—and includes thirtytwo original chapters written by international experts that demonstrate the complexities of ancient Egyptian society without the constriction of chronological divisions. This work is illustrated with previously unpublished photographs and drawings.

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The Archaeology Coursebook An Introduction to Themes, Sites, Methods and Skills Jim Grant, Chief Examiner in A level Archaeology and Assistant Principal at Cirencester College, UK, Sam Gorin, Chief Examiner in A level Archaeology and Neil Fleming, Principal Examiner in A level Archaeology ”The excitement of discovery is tangible on every page. Few archaeology texts offer such varied and stimulating material.” —Mike Wilson, Aquinas College “A superb introduction to anyone with a general interest in Archaeology. It serves as an excellent and invaluable companion text book to A level Archaeology students, and provides a valuable introductory read for students studying archaeology in higher education.” —Dave Jones, Principal Examiner for A Level Archaeology, UK “An invaluable resource for students studying archaeology at a variety of levels - school, university, continuing education outreach and educational groups... Current issues and global examples are put into context, and the accessible study skills approach encourages full engagement with deeper complexities within the subject.” —Ian Baxter, Glasgow Caledonian University This fully updated and revised edition of the best-selling title The Archaeology Coursebook is a guide for students studying archaeology for the first time. Including new methods and case studies in this third edition, it provides pre-university students and teachers, as well as undergraduates and enthusiasts, with the skills and technical concepts necessary to grasp the subject. The Archaeology Coursebook: • Introduces the most commonly examined archaeological methods, concepts, and themes, and provides the necessary skills to understand them • Explains how to interpret the material students may meet in examinations and how to succeed with different types of assignments and exam questions • Supports study with case studies, key sites, key terms, tasks, and skills development • Illustrates concepts and commentary with over 300 photos and drawings of excavation sites, methodology and processes, tools, and equipment • Links from its own website at www.routledge.com/textbooks/9780415462860 to other key websites in archaeology at the right level

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• Contains new material on “Issues in Modern Archaeology,” “Sites and People in the Landscape” and “People and Society in the Past,” new case studies, methods, examples, boxes, photographs, and diagrams; as well as updates on examination changes for pre-university students. • Includes accessible and informative companion website www.routledge.com/textbooks/9780415462860 This is definitely a book no archaeology student should be without. Selected Table of Contents: Introduction Part 1: Understanding Archaeological Resources 1. Archaeological Reconnaissance 2. Excavation 3. PostExcavation Analysis 4. Understanding Dating in Archaeology 5. Archaeological Interpretation Part 2: Studying Themes in Archaeology 6. Religion and Ritual 7. The Archaeology of Settlement 8. Material Culture and Economics 9. People and Society in the Past Part 3: Issues in World Archaeology 10. Managing the Past 11. Presenting the Past Part 4: Examination Success and Beyond 12. Studying for Archaeology Success in Archaeology Exams 13. Doing an Archaeological Project 14. Other Resources: Where to Next? Studying Archaeology in the UK Appendix: Answers and Mark Schemes Glossary of terms and abbreviations Bibliography Index 2008: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 480pp Pb: 978-0-415-46286-0: $35.95 eBook: 978-0-203-92748-9 £19.

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Archaeological Artefacts as Material Culture Linda Hurcombe, Exeter University, UK This book is an introduction to the study of artefacts, setting them in a social context rather than using a purely scientific approach. Drawing on a range of different cultures and extensively illustrated, Archaeological Artefacts and Material Culture covers everything from recovery strategies and recording procedures to interpretation through typology, ethnography and experiment, and every type of material including wood, fibers, bones, hides and adhesives, stone, clay, and metals. With over seventy illustrations with almost fifty in full color, this book not only provides the tools an archaeologist will need to interpret past societies from their artefacts, but also a keen appreciation of the beauty and tactility involved in working with these fascinating objects. This is a book no archaeologist should be without, but it will also appeal to anybody interested in the interaction between people and objects. 2007: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-32091-7: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-32092-4: $37.95

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Field Archaeology An Introduction

Archaeological Surveying and Mapping

Peter Drewett, University of Sussex, UK

Recording and Depicting the Landscape Philip Howard, University of Durham, UK A comprehensive and practical guide to surveying for archaeologists, with clear instructions in how to record their field work effectively, archaeological mapping and detailed case studies from the UK, Europe, and the US. 2006: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 312pp Hb: 978-0-415-30662-1: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-30663-8: $46.95 eBook: 978-0-203-41751-5 £75.0

Peter Drewett’s comprehensive survey explores every stage of the dig process, from the core work of discovery and excavation to the final product: the published archaeological report. 1999: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 216pp Hb: 978-1-85728-737-0: $125.00 Pb: 978-1-85728-738-7: $38.95 eBook: 978-0-203-02417-1 £70.

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The Archaeology of Household Activities Edited by Penelope Allison

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Objects

The Archaeology of Household Objects provides a comprehensive and accessible study into the material record of past households, aiding wider understanding of our own domestic development. 1999: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-18052-8: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-20597-9: $45.95 eBook: 978-0-203-01492-9 £80.

Reluctant Witnesses to the Past

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Chris Caple, University of Durham, UK An invaluable field text, this book examines nine detailed case studies to provide a brilliantly clear and comprehensible guide to the different methods and approaches (cultural, forensic, and technical) which can be used to study ancient artefacts. 2006: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-30588-4: $120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-30589-1: $37.95 eBook: 978-0-203-40906-0

Archaeological Theory NEW

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Contested Objects Material Memories of the Great War

Critical Approaches to Fieldwork Contemporary and Historical Archaeological Practice Gavin Lucas, Cambridge Archaeological Unit, UK Critical Approaches to Fieldwork provides a fundamental examination of the conceptual framework within which archaeology is practiced today. The relation between theoretical paradigms and everyday archaeological practice is critically explored. 2000: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-23533-4: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-23534-1: $40.95 eBook: 978-0-203-13225-8 £70.

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Edited by Nicholas J. Saunders, University of Bristol, UK and Paul Cornish, Imperial War Museum, UK Contested Objects breaks new ground in the interdisciplinary study of material culture. It’s focus is on the rich and varied legacy of objects from the First World War as the global conflict that defined the twentieth century. From the iconic German steel helmet to practice trenches on Salisbury Plain, and from the “Dazzle Ship” phenomenon through medalwearing, diary-writing, trophy collecting, the market in war souvenirs, and the evocative reworking of European objects by African soldiers, this book presents a dazzling array of hitherto unseen worlds of the Great War. August 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-45070-6: $110.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87385-4 £65.0

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ARCHAEOLOGICAL THEORY THEMES IN ARCHAEOLOGY SERIES Lines A Brief History Tim Ingold, University of Aberdeen, Scotland, UK This is the first book to explore the production and significance of lines. Written by a leading expert in the field, this text offers a radically different approach to anthropological and archaeological studies. 2007: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-42426-4: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42427-1: $37.95 eBook: 978-0-203-96115-5 £75.0

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Themes in Archaeology Series The Archaeology of Time Gavin Lucas, Institute of Archaeology, Reykjavik Drawing on a wide range of archaeological examples from a variety of regions and periods, this book is an introduction not just to the issues of chronology and dating, but time as a theoretical concept and how this is understood and employed in contemporary archaeology.

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The Archaeology of Identities A Reader Edited by Timothy Insoll

The Archaeology of Personhood

This definitive sourcebook collates seminal articles from this increasingly important field, to present a comprehensive and wellbalanced representation of approaches and interests in a single volume for students, lecturers and researchers.

An Anthropological Approach Chris Fowler, University of Manchester, UK Bringing together a wealth of research in social and cultural anthropology, philosophy, and related fields; this is the first book to address the contribution that an understanding of personhood can make to our interpretations of the past.

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Archaeology, Ritual, Religion

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Timothy Insoll, University of Manchester, UK

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This book re-examines the definitions of “religion” and “ritual” through a range of archaeological examples drawn from around the world and across time. It serves as an introduction to the theory and methodology of the archaeology of religion.

Archaeology of Identity Margarita Diaz-Andreu and Sam Lucy

Series: Themes in Archaeology Series

Bringing together a wealth of scholarship which provides a unique integrated approach to identity, this is an excellent overview of the five recently-emerged key areas in archaeological social theory: gender, age, ethnicity, religion, and status.

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Archaeology and Modernity

The Archaeology of Shamanism

Julian Thomas, University of Manchester, UK

Edited by Neil Price, University of Uppsala, Sweden

This is the first book to explore the relationship between archaeology and modern thought, showing how philosophical ideas that developed in the seventeenth to nineteenth centuries still dominate our approach to the remains of ancient societies.

In this timely collection, Neil Price provides a general introduction to the archaeology of shamanism by bringing together recent archaeological thought on the subject.

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Theatre/Archaeology Mike Pearson, University of Wales, Aberystwyth, UK and Michael Shanks, Stanford University, USA

Places in Mind Public Archaeology as Applied Anthropology Edited by Paul A. Shackel and Erve J. Chambers, both at University of Maryland, College Park, USA

Theatre/Archaeology is a brilliant and provocative challenge to disciplinary practice and intellectual boundaries in both archaeological and performance theory.

This edited volume provides a cross-section of the cuttingedge ways in which archaeologists are developing new approaches to their work with communities and other stakeholder groups who have special interest in the uses of the past.

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Archaeologies of Sexuality

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Robert A. Schmidt and Barbara L. Voss, both at University of California, Berkeley, USA

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Archaeologies of Complexity Robert Chapman, University of Reading, UK Presenting a radical, alternative view of ancient state societies, this up-to-date and critical analysis of how archaeologists study past societies addresses the nature of contemporary archaeology and the study of social change. 2003: 5-1/2 x 8-1/2: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-27307-7: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-27308-4: $40.95 eBook: 978-0-203-45177-9

A timely and pioneering work that demonstrates the challenges and rewards of integrating the study of sex and sexuality within archaeology, it draws on locations as varied as the ancient Maya Kingdoms, convict-era Australia, and prehistoric Europe. 2000: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-22365-2: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-22366-9: $46.95 eBook: 978-0-203-99187-9 £75.0

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Archaeology and the Modern World

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Colonial Transcripts in South Africa and Chesapeake

Shamans/Neo-Shamans Ecstasies, Alternative Archaeologies and Contemporary Pagans Robert J. Wallis, University of Southampton, UK Robert J. Wallis explores the interface between the “new” and prehistoric shamans of popular culture and anthropology, drawing on interviews with a variety of practitioners, particularly contemporary pagans in Britain and North America.

Martin Hall, University of Cape Town Archaeology and the Modern World advances a new controversial theory of historical archaeology. Using new case studies, Martin Hall evaluates the major theoretical traditions in historical archaeology while contributing significantly to the debate. In this study, the author places an emphasis on material culture and the recent past to bring to light a picture of an unstable and violent early colonial world in which material culture played a crucial mediating role. 2000: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-22965-4: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-22966-1: $39.95 £70.

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THEMES IN ARCHAEOLOGY SERIES ARCHAEOLOGICAL SCIENCE Archaeology of Communities

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A New World Perspective

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Marcello-Andrea Canuto and Jason Yaeger, both at University of Pennsylvania, USA Using a broad comparative approach, this volume employs case studies from across the Americas to address the importance of the community in understanding ancient societies. 2000: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-22277-8: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-22278-5: $44.95 £80.

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The Archaeology of Human Bones Simon Mays There is no greater direct evidence regarding earlier human populations than their physical remains. This volume provides a pragmatic and up-to-date account of forensic analysis of human skeletal remains, and its application in tackling major historical and archaeological issues. The Archaeology of Human Bones starts with an introduction to the anatomy, structure and development of bones and teeth. It analyzes the biasing effects of decay and incomplete recovery on burial data from archaeological sites, and discusses what we may learn about ancient burial rituals from human remains.

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Matter, Materiality and Modern Culture Edited by Paul Graves-Brown This collection of essays offers a new approach to the study of contemporary objects. The authors are from a diverse range of disciplines and each offer their own perspective on what material culture is and how objects affect human life.

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Digital Archaeology

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Bridging Method and Theory

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Edited by Patrick Daly and Thomas L. Evans, both at the Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford, UK

Agency in Archaeology Marcia-Anne Dobres, University of California, Berkeley, USA and John Robb, University of Southampton, UK Nineteen internationally renowned scholars discuss nine theoretically based case studies ranging in subject from the late Pleistocene hunter-gatherers to the restructuring of gender relations in the US. 2000: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 288pp Hb: 978-0-415-20760-7: $155.00 Pb: 978-0-415-20761-4: $45.95

Covering a history of the rise of computer use in archaeology as well as a thorough assessment of a number of high profile examples such as the Ferrybridge Chariot, this book shows how new technologies have been implemented into both theory and method as an integral part of the archaeological process. 2005: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 280pp Hb: 978-0-415-31048-2: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-31050-5: $34.95 eBook: 978-0-203-00526-2 £65.0

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Using Computers in Archaeology

Archaeological Science

Towards Virtual Pasts Gary Lock, University of Oxford, UK

Forensic Archaeology Advances in Theory and Practice Margaret Cox, Bournemouth University, UK and John Hunter, University of Birmingham, UK

This is the first comprehensive review of computer applications in archaeology from the archaeologist’s perspective. The book deals with all aspects of the discipline, from survey and excavation to museums and education. 2003: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-16620-1: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-16770-3: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-45107-6 £70.

This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the methods of forensic archaeology, and particularly to the main areas of recovery, search, skeletal analysis and analytical science, where archaeology can play a major part in criminal cases. 2005: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-27311-4: $120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-27312-1: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-97030-0 £70.

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Satellite Remote Sensing for Archaeology Sarah H. Parcak, University of Birmingham at Alabama, USA This handbook is the first comprehensive overview of the field of satellite remote sensing for archaeology and how it can be applied to ongoing archaeological fieldwork projects across the globe. It provides a survey of the history and development of the field, connecting satellite remote sensing in archaeology to broader developments in remote sensing, archaeological method and theory, cultural resource management, and environmental studies. With a focus on practical uses of satellite remote sensing, Sarah H. Parcak evaluates satellite imagery types and remote sensing analysis techniques specific to the discovery, preservation, and management of archaeological sites. Case studies from Asia, Central America, and the Middle East are explored, including Xi’an, China; Angkor Wat, Cambodia and Egypt’s floodplains. In-field surveying techniques particular to satellite remote sensing are emphasized, providing strategies for recording ancient features on the ground observed from space. The book also discusses broader issues relating to archaeological remote sensing ethics, looting prevention, and archaeological site preservation. New sensing research is included and illustrated with the inclusion of over 160 satellite images of ancient sites. With a companion website with further resources and color images, Satellite Remote Sensing for Archaeology will provide anyone interested in scientific applications to uncovering past archaeological landscapes a foundation for future research and study. March 2009: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-44877-2: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-44878-9: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-88146-0

The Science and Archaeology of Materials An Investigation of Inorganic Materials Julian Henderson, University of Nottingham, UK A definitive work in the archaeology of materials, this highly illustrated textbook form’s essential reading for all practical archaeologists and students. 2000: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 352pp Hb: 978-0-415-19933-9: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-19934-6: $48.95 £80.

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Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Second Edition Claudio Tuniz, The Abdus Salam Internat’l Centre for Theoretical Physics, I, D. Fink, Gregory F. Herzog, Rutgers University, USA and D. Fink, Australian Nuclear Science & Tech Organisation, Australia This extensive undertaking, Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, conducts an elaborate and comprehensive summary of one of the foremost catalysts of progress in scientific research. Accelerator mass spectrometry (AMS), an innovative analytical technique, measures rare atoms at unprecedented levels of sensitivity, revolutionizing the science of radiocarbon dating and accessing new natural radioisotopes as environmental tracers and chronometers. This book demonstrates how AMS is applied in the studies of extraterrestrial materials, the earth sciences, the future of the global environment, and the history of mankind and highlights the significant impact of AMS on several fields of scientific investigation, spurring remarkable studies in global climate change, ancient artifacts, pollution, nuclear safeguards, geochronology, and materials characterization. November 2009: 7 x 10: 300pp Hb: 978-1-4200-6843-6: $129.95 eBook: 978-1-4200-6844-3 £78.9

Geoarchaeology in Action

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Studies in Soil Micromorphology and Landscape Evolution Charles French, University of Cambridge, UK Geoarchaeology in Action provides much needed “hands on” methodologies to assist anyone conducting or studying geoarchaeological investigations on sites and in landscapes, irrespective of date, place, and environment. 2002: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-27309-1: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-27310-7: $45.95 eBook: 978-0-203-98714-8 £75.0

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Nonhuman Bone Identification

Paleoimaging Methods

Heather A. Walsh-Haney, Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, Florida, USA, Jason H. Byrd, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA, Sharon Jones, University of Alabama and Samuel Johnson, Florida Gulf Coast University, Fort Myers, FL

Applications in Forensic and Artifact Imaging

Nonhuman bone identification must occur quickly so that law enforcement and researchers can focus on more important tasks. Such skills may take years to learn for nonexperts, and some identifications require direct sample comparisons. Thus, a photo-driven field guide like Nonhuman Bone Identification is in great demand. This book provides scale photos of nonhuman bones that are typically found in forensic contexts and are often mistaken for human skeletal material, as well as color photos of taphonomic changes that typify postmortem change to nonhuman material. With case studies and exclusion matrices, this is ideal for forensic practitioners and students who must identify nonhuman materials. February 2010: 7 x 10: 328pp Hb: 978-1-4200-5261-9: $99.95 eBook: 978-1-4200-5271-8

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Ronald G. Beckett and Gerald J. Conlogue, both at Quinnipiac University, USA Medical and industrial imaging methods have the potential to be powerful tools in both the documentation and data collection procedures found in many nontraditional settings. Each of the technologies described in this text is shown applied to alternate settings such as mummified human remains, ceramic construction and technology complexity, orientation and composition of grave goods, temporal context based on artifact analysis, differentiation between authentic and fraudulent artifacts, and imaging works of art for conservation purposes. A major benefit of imaging technology applied to forensics and archaeology is its nondestructive nature, allowing for the preservation of evidence in the case of criminal issues. The text is enhanced by 200 images and a DVD that shows the author engaged in field work. Contributions by several specialists in archeaology and imaging are also included.

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Brogdon’s Forensic Radiology, Second Edition

The Virtopsy Approach

Michael J. Thali, Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Berne, Switzerland, Mark Viner, Cranfield Forensic Institute, Wiltshire, UK and B. G. Brogdon, USA (University of South Alabama) Medical Center, Mobile, US The scope of applications of forensic radiology includes determination of identity, evaluation of injury and death, use in criminal and civil litigation, in administrative proceedings such as workman’s compensation hearings, in medical education, and in research. Copiously illustrated with more than 640 pictures, Forensic Radiology is a visual guide and standard reference not only for radiologists, but for everyone involved in the field of forensics-from anthropologists to trial lawyers. This extremely readable text requires no background of medical training to understand, yet is detailed enough to inform physicians and dentists interested in this specialty field. January 2010: 7 x 10: 608pp Hb: 978-1-4200-7562-5: $149.95 eBook: 978-1-4200-7563-2 £89.0

3D Optical and Radiological Scanning and Reconstruction in Forensic Medicine Edited by Michael J. Thali, Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Berne, Switzerland, Richard Dirnhofer, Institute of Forensic Medicine, University of Berne, Switzerland and Peter Vock, Institute of Diagnostic, Interventional and Pediatric Radiology, University Hospital, Bern, Switzerland Coined by noted forensic pathologist Richard Dirnhofer, the term virtopsy refers to virtual autopsy, a modality which employs a spectrum of technologies. Badly decomposed or mummified corpses and restrictions found in conservative branches of some religions often make autopsies impossible to perform. In addition, backlogs at the coroner’s office can create situations where the personnel cannot keep up with the cases The techniques shown in this color atlas provide methods for performing autopsies that are more efficient and minimally invasive. These procedures utilize state-of-the-art imaging technologies which uncover information that would be otherwise unattainable. April 2009: 8-1/2 x 11: 520pp Hb: 978-0-8493-8178-2: $199.95 eBook: 978-0-8493-8189-8 £12.0

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Skeletal Trauma

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Identification of Injuries Resulting from Human Rights Abuse and Armed Conflict

The Use of Forensic Anthropology, Second Edition Robert B. Pickering, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming, USA and David Bachman A forensic investigation requires a team of specialists from many different scientific fields of study along with legal and law enforcement specialists. In recent years, the range of cases on which forensic anthropologists have been consulted has expanded dramatically. The Use of Forensic Anthropology, Second Edition provides these professionals with guidelines for determining how to choose and when to use a forensic anthropologist.

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Erin H. Kimmerle, University of South Florida, Tampa, FL, USA and Jose Pablo Baraybar, Peruvian Forensic Anthropology Team (EPAF), Lima, Peru Based on solid research and extensive practice in the field, this timely and necessary work provides critical guidance and valuable tools for clinicians, forensic scientists, investigators, and activists confronted with physical trauma in areas of violent conflict. It underscores the importance of differential diagnosis based on types, number, and sequence of wounds and fractures, providing examples from human rights violations, ethnic conflicts, and modern warfare across the world. A CD is included containing photographs, illustrations, and forms for use in the field. This unique work will greatly aid those scientists and humanitarian workers committed to giving a truthful voice to the dead.

The book begins with a historical overview of the field of forensic anthropology, and then presents basic information about how to approach a forensic recovery site. When skeletal or severely decomposed remains are discovered, normal methods of identification such as facial recognition and fingerprinting are ineffective. This book offers insights on how to find the right professional to assist with these difficult cases.

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Edited by Mark W. Mehrer and Konnie L. Wescott

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Human and Nonhuman Bone Identification A Color Atlas Diane L. France, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, USA Written by one of the most respected forensic anthropologists in the world and designed for use in the laboratory or in the field, this volume is a practical comparative guide to the differences among species for nearly all bones in the body. It features high quality photographs that illustrate shape and structural distinctions by showing similar bones from various angles and highlighting the contrast between human bones and those of other species. To identify commonly confused bones, separate sections are organized by types of bone as well as by groups of species, allowing for easy access to information. This book is also available on DVD. 2008: 8-1/2 x 11: 584pp Hb: 978-1-4200-6286-1: $299.95 £167.0

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GIS and Archaeological Site Location Modeling

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GIS and Archaeological Site Location Modeling draws together issues of theory and methodology, scale, data, quantitative methods, and cultural resource management. Providing a comprehensive treatment of predictive modeling, the book presents these concepts along with several site location models and case studies. Written by a distinguished group of international authors, this volume also includes a CD-ROM that provides useful maps and color illustrations. 2005: 6-1/8 x 9-1/4: 496pp Hb: 978-0-415-31548-7: $124.95 eBook: 978-0-203-56335-9 £69.

Forensic Recovery of Human Remains Archaeological Approaches Tosha L Dupras, John J. Schultz, Sandra M. Wheeler and Lana J Williams Forensic Recovery of Human Remains: Archaeological Approaches focuses on the practical aspects of excavating and recovering human remains, along with any associated evidence, from crime scenes. It highlights the protocols and techniques that are used to successfully survey, map, recover, document, collect, and transport such items from these locations. 2005: 6-1/8 x 9-1/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-8493-2982-1: $104.95 eBook: 978-1-4200-3794-4 £57.9

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Spatial Technology and Archaeology

The Emergence of Agriculture

The Archaeological Applications of GIS

A Global View

David Wheatley, University of Southampton, UK and Mark Gillings, University of Leicester, UK

Edited by Peter White, University of Sydney, Australia and Timothy Denham

Beginning with a conceptual approach to the representation of space adopted by GIS, this book examines spatial databases, the acquisition and compilation of data, the analytical compilation of data, the analytical functionality of GIS, and the creation and utilization of critical foundation data layers such as the Digital Elevation Model (DEM). The approach is light, technical detail is kept to a minimum, and the text is illustrated with worked case-studies using archaeological data.

This first volume of the One World Archaeology series compiles key papers by leaders in the field of the emergence of agriculture in different parts of the world. Each is supplemented by a review of developments in the field since its publication.

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Hominid Individual in Context

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Archaeological Investigations of Lower and Middle Palaeolithic landscapes, locales and artefacts

Prehistoric Archaeology

Edited by Clive Gamble, Royal Holloway University of London, UK and Martin Porr, Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte, Halle, Germany

Neolithic

This book explores new approaches to the remarkably detailed information that archaeologists now have for the study of our early ancestors, bringing together examples from recent excavations such as Boxgrove, Schöningen and Blombos Cave and the analyses of artefacts from Middle and Early Upper Pleistocene excavations in Europe, Africa and Asia.

Susan McCarter, Johns Hopkins University, USA This excellent introductory textbook describes and explains the origins of modern culture – the dawn of agriculture in the Neolithic area. Written in an easy-to-read style, this lively and engaging book familiarizes the reader with essential archaeological and genetic terms and concepts, explores the latest evidence from scientific analyses as varied as deep sea coring, pollen identification, radiometric dating and DNA research, condensing them into an up-to-date academic account, specifically written to be clear even the novice reader. Focusing primarily on sites in southwest Asia, Neolithic addresses questions such as:

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The Past in Prehistoric Societies Richard Bradley, University of Reading, UK

• Which plants and animals were the first to be domesticated, and how? • How did life change when people began farming? • What were the first villages like? • What do we know about the social, political, and religious life of these newly founded societies? • What happened to human health as a result of the Neolithic Revolution? Lavishly illustrated with almost a hundred images, this enjoyable book is an ideal introduction both for students of archaeology and for general readers interested in our past. 2007: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-36413-3: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-36414-0: $34.95 eBook: 978-0-203-01532-2 £70.

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Richard Bradley examines how archaeologists might study origin myths and the different ways in which prehistoric people recalled, recorded and reviewed their past. 2002: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-27627-6: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-27628-3: $39.95 £65.0

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An Archaeology of Natural Places Richard Bradley, University of Reading, UK This work extends the range of landscape studies and makes the results of modern research accessible to a wider audience, including students and academics, field archaeologists, and those working in heritage management.

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Ancient Turkey Antonio Sagona, University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia and Paul Zimansky, University of New York, Stony Brooke Students of antiquity often see ancient Turkey as a bewildering array of cultural complexes. Ancient Turkey brings together in a coherent account the diverse and often fragmented evidence, both archaeological and textual, that forms the basis of our knowledge of the development of Anatolia from the earliest arrivals to the end of the Iron Age.

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Ancient Near East and Egypt Karnak Evolution of a Temple Elizabeth Blyth The first publication in English to provide an in-depth examination including illustrations of the historical developments of the famous temple site Karnak, from its early shrine to the greatest state temple of Ancient Egypt’s mighty empire.

Covering the entire span before the Classical period, fully illustrated with over 160 images and written in lively prose, this text will be enjoyed anyone interested in the archaeology and early history of Turkey and the ancient Near East.

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Early Urbanism on the Syrian Euphrates Lisa Cooper, University of British Columbia, Canada Studying archaeological evidence from sites covering over 200 kilometers of the banks of the Euphrates River, this book explores the growth and success of human settlement in the Euphrates River Valley of Northern Syria from circa 2700 to 1550 BC.

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Fifty Major Cities of the Bible John Laughlin, Averett University, Virginia, USA Concise, informative and highly accessible, this text is a superb overview of the cities and towns that made up the Biblical world, and an essential resource for students and enthusiasts.

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Much new material has recently been excavated and unlike Greece, Mesopotamia, and its other neighbors Turkey has been poorly served in terms of comprehensive, up-to-date and accessible discussions of its ancient past. Ancient Turkey is a much needed resource for students and scholars, providing an up-to-date account of the widespread and extensive archaeological activity in Turkey.

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ANCIENT NEAR EAST AND EGYPT The Egyptian Revival

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Ancient Egypt as the Inspiration for Design Motifs in the West

God’s Wife, God’s Servant

James Stevens Curl

The God’s Wife of Amun (ca.740-525 BC)

Completely updated and expanded, this beautifully illustrated third edition draws on a wealth of sources to chart the influence and persistence of Ancient Egyptian design in the West over the last two thousand years.

Mariam Ayad, University of Memphis, USA

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The Routledge Handbook of the Peoples and Places of Ancient Western Asia The Near East from the Early Bronze Age to the fall of the Persian Empire Trevor Bryce, University of Queensland, Australia This 500,000 word reference work provides the most comprehensive general treatment yet available of the peoples and places of the regions commonly referred to as the ancient Near and Middle East – extending from the Aegean coast of Turkey in the west to the Indus river in the east. It contains some 1,500 entries on the kingdoms, countries, cities, and population groups of Anatolia, Cyprus, Syria-Palestine, Mesopotamia, and Iran and parts of Central Asia, from the Early Bronze Age to the end of the Persian empire. Five distinguished international scholars have collaborated with the author on the project. Detailed accounts are provided of the Near/Middle Eastern peoples and places known to us from historical records. Each of these entries includes specific references to translated passages from the relevant ancient texts. Numerous entries on archaeological sites contain accounts of their history of excavation, as well as more detailed descriptions of their chief features and their significance within the commercial, cultural, and political contexts of the regions to which they belonged. The book contains a range of illustrations, including twenty maps. It will serve as a major, indeed a unique, reference source for students as well as established scholars, both of the ancient Near Eastern as well as the Classical civilizations. June 2009: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 864pp Hb: 978-0-415-39485-7: $260.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87550-6 £160.

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Drawing on textual, iconographic, and archaeological evidence, this book highlights a historically documented (but often ignored) instance: where five single women were elevated to a position of supreme religious authority. The women were Libyan and Nubian royal princesses who, consecutively, held the title of God’s Wife of Amun during the Egyptian Twentythird to Twenty-sixth dynasties (c.754–525 BCE). At a time of weakened royal authority, rulers turned to their daughters to establish and further their power. Unmarried, the princess would be dispatched from her father’s distant political and administrative capital to Thebes, where she would reign supreme as a God’s Wife of Amun. Yet, despite the religious, economic, and political rule of the God’s Wives during this tumultuous period of Egyptian history, to date, these women have only received cursory attention from scholars of ancient Egypt. Tracing the evolution of the office of God’s Wife from its obscure origins in the Middle Kingdom to its demise shortly after the Persian Conquest of Egypt in 525 BCE, this book places these five women within the broader context of the politically volatile, turbulent Seventh and Eighth centuries BCE, and examines how the women, and the religious institution they served, were manipulated to achieve political gain. June 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 216pp Hb: 978-0-415-41170-7: $110.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87586-5 £65.0

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Ancient Egypt Anatomy of a Civilisation Barry J. Kemp, University of Cambridge, UK Completely revised and updated to reflect the latest developments in the field, this new edition of Kemp’s popular text presents a compelling reassessment of what gave Ancient Egypt its distinctive and enduring characteristics. 2005: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 448pp Hb: 978-0-415-23549-5: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-23550-1: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-46882-1 £65.0

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ANCIENT NEAR EAST AND EGYPT

Damascus

Embodied Lives

A History

Figuring Ancient Maya and Egyptian Experience

Ross Burns Lavishly illustrated with beautiful photographs and original plans, Damascus provides for the first time in English a compelling and unique exploration of a fascinating city. Damascus traces the story of this colorful, significant, and complex city through its physical development, from its obscure origins in the Bronze Age through the changing cavalcade of Aramaean, Persian, Greek, Roman, Byzantine, Arab, Turkish, and French rulers right up to the end of Ottoman control in 1918. Examining how every layer of history in Damascus has built precisely on top of its predecessors for at least three millennia, this book looks at the detailed, and largely untouched archaeological record of one of the oldest continuously inhabited capitals in the world. 2007: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 408pp Pb: 978-0-415-41317-6: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93995-6

Rosemary A. Joyce, University of California, Berkeley, USA and Lynn M. Meskell, Columbia University, USA Studying a wide range of archaeological data and exploring issues such as sexual body, mind/body dualism, body modification, and magical practices, this book offers a new look at the Ancient Egyptian and Mayan understanding of embodiment. 2003: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 208pp Hb: 978-0-415-25310-9: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-25311-6: $40.95 £65.0

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The Archaeology of Mesopotamia Theories and Approaches Roger Matthews, University College London, UK The only critical guide to the theory and method of Mesopotamian archaeology, this innovative volume evaluates its theories, methods, and approaches from its origins in the nineteenth century up to the present day.

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The Routledge Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses George Hart Containing one of the most comprehensive listings and descriptions of Egyptian deities available - students studying Ancient Egypt, travelers, visitors to museums and all those interested in mythology will find this an invaluable resource.

Mesopotamia Before History Petr Charvát, The Oriental Institute, Prague, Czech Republic Mesopotamia was one of the earliest regions to produce writing, literature, and the fine arts, as well as being one of the first areas to construct states. This comprehensive and detailed survey shows how these developments were possible. 2002: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 304pp Hb: 978-0-415-25104-4: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48724-5: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-16481-5

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Early Mesopotamia Society and Economy at the Dawn of History

Early Dynastic Egypt Toby A. H. Wilkinson, University of Cambridge, UK The five centuries preceding the construction of the Great Pyramid at Giza was the formative period of ancient Egyptian civilization. This book looks at the background, the mechanisms, and the way of life during the first 500 years of Pharaonic rule.

Nicholas Postgate The roots of our modern world lie in this early civilization, which saw the first urban society and the invention of writing. Postgate uses both historical and archaeological data to reveal this society’s social and technological innovations. 1994: 7-1/2 x 9-3/4: 392pp Pb: 978-0-415-11032-7: $49.95 eBook: 978-0-415-24587-6

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Resurrecting Pompeii Estelle Lazer, University of Sydney, Australia

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Resurrecting Pompeii provides an indepth study of a unique site from antiquity with information about a population who all died from the same known cause within a short period of time.

The Roman Garden Space, Sense and Society Katharine T. von Stackelberg, Brock University, Canada This innovative book is the first comprehensive study of ancient Roman gardens to combine literary and archaeological evidence with contemporary space theory. It applies a variety of interdisciplinary methods including access analysis, literary and gender theory to offer a critical framework for interpreting Roman gardens as physical sites and representations. The Roman Garden: Space, Sense and Society examines how the garden functioned as a conceptual, sensual, and physical space in Roman society, and its use as a vehicle of cultural communication. Readers will learn not only about the content and development of the Roman garden, but also how they promoted memories and experiences. It includes a detailed original analysis of garden terminology and concludes with three case studies on the House of Octavius Quartio and the House of the Menander in Pompeii, Pliny’s Tuscan garden, and Caligula’s Horti Lamiani in Rome. Providing both an introduction and an advanced analysis, this is a valuable and original addition to the growing scholarship in ancient gardens and will complement courses on Roman history, landscape archaeology, and environmental history.

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Pompeii has been continuously excavated and studied since 1748. Early scholars working in Pompeii and other sites associated with the AD 79 eruption of Mount Vesuvius were seduced by the wealth of artefacts and wall paintings yielded by the site. This meant that the less visually attractive evidence—such as human skeletal remains, was largely ignored. Recognizing the important contribution of the human skeletal evidence to the archaeology of Pompeii, Resurrecting Pompeii remedies these misdemeanors, and provides students of archaeology and history with an essential resource in the study of this fascinating historical event. June 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-26146-3: $120.00 eBook: 978-0-203-88516-1 £70.

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Greek Archaeology for Historians Gillian Shepherd, University of Birmingham, UK Greek Archaeology for Historians is an introduction to the problems and methods involved in using archaeological material to investigate Greek history.

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CLASSICAL ARCHAEOLOGY Dacia

NEW

Landscape, Colonization and Romanization

Monemvasia

Ioana A. Oltean, University of Glasgow, UK

A Byzantine City State

Providing a detailed consideration of previous theories of native settlement patterns and the impact of Roman colonization, this book offers fresh insight into the province Dacia and the nature of Romanization.

Haris A. Kalligas, Director of the Gennadius Library, Greece This lavishly illustrated book stands out in its field as the only book currently available on the best preserved Byzantine city in the Peloponnese – Monemvasia. Haris A. Kalligas, a world authority on Monemvasia’s history and architecture, here explores the city’s foundation, its status as a powerful maritime center of Byzantium, and its gradual decline after the fall of the Empire. Using sources from all periods, along with original material based on research on the architectural and urban history of the city, Monemvasia is a comprehensive study of a unique city – a city within the Byzantine Empire which preserved institutions of municipal autonomy and self government originating from the Roman period. June 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-24880-8: $110.00 eBook: 978-0-203-87575-9

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Ancient Greek Cults A Guide Jennifer Larson, Kent State University, USA Detailed enough to be used as a quick reference tool or text, this book uses archaeological, epigraphic, and literary sources; incorporates current scholarly theories to serve as an excellent companion to any introduction to Greek mythology.

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Rome in the Pyrenees Lugdunum and the Convenae from the first century B.C. to the seventh century A.D. Simon Esmonde-Cleary, University of Birmingham, UK Drawing from the extensive excavation that he has carried out on the site for many years, Simon Esmonde-Cleary, an acknowledged authority on this period and region, presents the first full-length book published in English on a RomanGallic town.

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The Aegean from Bronze Age to Iron Age Continuity and Change Between the Twelfth and Eighth Centuries BC Oliver Dickinson Following Oliver Dickinson’s successful The Aegean Bronze Age, this textbook is a synthesis of the period between the collapse of the Bronze Age civilization in the thirteenth and twelfth centuries BC, and the rise of the Greek civilization in the eighth century BC. With chapter bibliographies, distribution maps and illustrations, Dickinson’s detailed examination of material and archaeological evidence argues that many characteristics of Ancient Greece developed in the Dark Ages. 2006: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-13589-4: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-13590-0: $34.95 eBook: 978-0-203-96836-9 £70.

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The Roman City and its Periphery

Through the Pillars of Herakles

From Rome to Gaul

Greco-Roman Exploration of the Atlantic

Penelope Goodman, University of Leeds, UK

Duane W. Roller, Ohio State University, USA

The only monograph available on the subject, this book presents archaeological and literary evidence to provide students with a full and detailed treatment of the little investigated aspect of Roman urbanism: the phenomenon of suburban development.

Roller chronicles a detailed account of the series of explorers who were to discover the entire Atlantic coast; north to Iceland, Scandinavia, and the Baltic, and south into the Africa tropics. His account examines these early pioneers and their discoveries, and contributes a brand new chapter to the history of exploration.

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The Legend of Alexander the Great on Greek and Roman Coins Karsten Dahmen

Based not only on the literary evidence, but also personal knowledge of the areas from the Arctic to West Africa, the book looks at the people, from the earliest Greeks, through the Carthaginians to the Romans, and examines their exploration of this vast and largely unfamiliar territory. 2005: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 192pp Hb: 978-0-415-37287-9: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48696-5: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-96247-3 £75.0

From 320 BC to AD 400, Karsten Dahmen examines not only Alexander’s own coinage and the posthumous coinages of his successors, but also the re-use of his image by rulers from the Greek world and the Roman empire, to late antiquity. Also including numismatic material that exceeds all previous published works, and well-illustrated, this historical survey brings Alexander and his legacy to life. 2006: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 200pp Hb: 978-0-415-39451-2: $120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-39452-9: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-96799-7

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Globalizing Roman Culture Unity, Diversity and Empire Richard Hingley, University of Durham, UK A study of identity and social change in the Roman empire and the relationship of this knowledge to understanding of the contemporary world.

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Local Responses to Colonization in the Iron Age Mediterranean Tamar Hodos, University of Bristol, UK The first study to bring together such a breadth of data, this book compares responses to colonization in the Iron Age Mediterranean. From North Syria to Sicily and North Africa, Tamar Hodos explores the responses to these colonies in areas where Greeks and Phoenicians were in competition with one another via the same local communities. Highlighting the diversity of interest displayed by local populations in these foreign cultural offering, Hodos charts their selective adaptation, modification, and reinterpretation of Greek and Phoenician goods and ideas as their own cultures evolve.

Pompeii A Sourcebook M.G.L. Cooley and Alison E. Cooley This book presents translations of a wide range of written records which give a vivid picture of what life was like in the town. Sources range from the labels on wine jars to scribbled insults, from adverts for gladiatorial contests to love poetry.

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2ND EDITION

Greek Mysteries

Geometric Greece

The Archaeology of Ancient Greek Secret Cults

900-700 BC

Edited by Michael B. Cosmopoulos, University of Missouri, St Louis, USA

J.N Coldstream, University College London, UK Fully updated, this comprehensive survey now includes a substantial new chapter on the abundant discoveries and developments made since the book’s first publication. Highly illustrated—including images of several finds never previously published—it provides the only detailed archaeological survey of the ninth and eighth century BC. 2003: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 456pp Hb: 978-0-415-29898-8: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-29899-5: $43.95 eBook: 978-0-203-42576-3

Written by an international team of acknowledged experts, this excellent book studies a wide range of contributions and showcases new research on the archaeology, ritual, and history of Greek mystery cults. With a lack of written evidence that exists for the mysteries, archaeology has proved central to explaining their significance and this volume is key to understanding a phenomenon central to Greek religion and society.

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The Roman Remains of Northern and Eastern France

East Greek Pottery

A Guidebook

R.M. Cook and Pierre Dupont

James Bromwich

This book provides the only dedicated study of the pottery created by the Greek settlers along the western coast of Turkey between 1100 and 500 BC. The authors examine in detail significant developments in shape, material, and decoration from the emergence of the protogeometric style in the eleventh century to the fifth century BC, when competition from Athenian imports forced craftsmen to use only very simple ornamentation. The twenty three chapters offer a comprehensive style-by-style analysis of both familiar and lesser-known pottery types, including Grey ware, relief ware, and archaic trade amphorae.

This book provides a thorough, area by area companion to the region’s wealth of monuments, excavations, and artefacts; from Paris and Boulogne-sur-Mer to Strasbourg and Lyon. 2003: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 480pp Hb: 978-0-415-13994-6: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48881-5: $39.95 £80.

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Ancient Cities The Archaeology of Urban Life in the Ancient Near East and Egypt, Greece and Rome Charles Gates, Bilkent University, Ankara, Turkey Well illustrated with nearly 300 line drawings, maps, and photographs, Ancient Cities surveys the cities of the Ancient Near East, Egypt, and the Greek and Roman worlds from an archaeological perspective, in their cultural and historical contexts. 2003: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 464pp Hb: 978-0-415-01895-1: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-12182-8: $46.95

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The City in Roman and Byzantine Egypt Richard Alston, Royal Holloway University of London, UK

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After Egypt became part of the Roman Empire in 30 BC, Classical and then Christian influences both made their mark on the urban environment. This book examines the impact of these new cultures at every level of Egyptian society.

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British and European Archaeology

Hellenistic and Roman Sparta Paul Cartledge, University of Cambridge, UK and Antony Spawforth, University of Newcastle, UK This original and compelling account of later Spartan history challenges the conventional misperception of Spartan “decline” after the loss of her status as a great power on the battlefield in 371 BC.

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Prehistoric Britain

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Timothy C. Darvill, Bournemouth University, UK 2ND EDITION

Sparta and Lakonia A Regional History 1300-362 BC Paul Cartledge, University of Cambridge, UK In this fully revised and updated edition of his groundbreaking study, Paul Cartledge uncovers the realities behind the potent myth of Sparta. 2001: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 376pp Pb: 978-0-415-26276-7: $40.95

Britain has been inhabited by humans for more than half a million years, during which time there were a great many changes in lifestyle and the landscape setting. This book, now in its second edition, examines the development of human societies in Britain from earliest times to the Roman conquest of AD 43, as revealed by the latest archaeological evidence. Special attention is given to eight themes that are traced through all phases of prehistory: landscape, subsistence, technology, ritual, beliefs, trade, society, and population. With over 100 illustrations, this is a unique review of Britain’s ancient past as revealed by modern archaeology. The revisions and updates to Prehistoric Britain ensure that this will continue to be the most comprehensive and authoritative account of British prehistory for those students and interested readers studying the subject.

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The Archaeology of Ancient Sicily R. Ross Holloway A standard work on the archaeology of ancient Sicily, Holloway’s now updated study provides the only comprehensive introduction to the wealth of artefacts and monuments discovered on the island.

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The Atlantic Iron Age Settlement and Identity in the First Millennium BC Jon Henderson, University of Nottingham, UK This first ever survey of a well-known but neglected topic compiles and examines Iron Age settlement evidence for the “Celtic Fringe,” charting a fascinating history of the region and defining the archaeological Atlantic identity for the first time.

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BRITISH AND EUROPEAN ARCHAEOLOGY

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Atlas of Medieval Britain

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Christopher Daniell, Centre for Medieval Studies, York, UK

The Archaeology of Britain

Christopher Daniell’s Atlas of Medieval Britain presents a sweeping visual survey of Britain from the Roman occupation to 1485.

An Introduction from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Twentieth Century Edited by John Hunter, University of Birmingham, UK and Ian Ralston, University of Edinburgh, UK This volume offers the only concise and up-to-date introduction to the archaeological record of Britain from the decolonization of the landmass by Homo sapiens during the later stages of the most recent Ice Age until last century. Coverage has been extended since the appearance of the first edition to include greater detail on the first millennium AD beyond the Anglo-Saxon domain, and into recent times to look at the archaeological record produced by Britain’s central role in two World Wars and in the Cold War. Chapters are contributed by a team of established experts in their respective fields. Each is geared to provide an authoritative but accessible introduction, supported by numerous illustrations of key sites and finds and a selective reference list to aid study in greater depth. It provides a onestop textbook for the entire archaeology of Britain and reflects the most recent developments in archaeology both as a field subject and as an academic discipline September 2009: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 400pp Hb: 978-0-415-47716-1: $145.00 Pb: 978-0-415-47717-8: $43.95

Annotated throughout with clear commentary, this volume tells the story of the British Isles, and makes visually accessible the varied and often complex world of the Middle Ages. The Atlas depicts the spatial distribution of key events and buildings between 1066 and 1485, as well as providing the relevant Anglo-Saxon background. Charting the main political, administrative and religious features of medieval society; the maps also locate cultural landmarks such as the sites of mystery plays, universities, and specific architectural styles. 2008: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 168pp Hb: 978-0-415-34069-4: $90.00 eBook: 978-0-203-46316-1 £50.

The British Lower Palaeolithic Stones in Contention

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John McNabb, Centre for the Archaeology of Human Origins at the University of Southampton, UK

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The Megaliths of Northern Europe

In analyzing the various kinds of data archaeologists would use to investigate the existence of a Palaeolithic culture, this book represents the latest research in archaeology, population dispersals, geology, and human paleontology.

Magdalena Midgley, University of Edinburgh The North European megaliths are among the most enduring structures built in prehistory; they are imbued with symbolic meanings which embody physical and conceptual ideas about the nature of the world inhabited by the first Northern farmers. The Megaliths of Northern Europe provides a much needed up-to-date synthesis of the material available on these monuments, incorporating the results of recent research in Holland, Germany, Denmark and Sweden.

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Fully illustrated, this book will be of interest to both undergraduate and postgraduate students of European Prehistory, Archaeology, and Prehistoric Anthropology, as well as architects who study ancient architecture and social anthropologists who study modern megaliths. 2008: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-35180-5: $110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-35181-2: $35.95 eBook: 978-0-203-69855-6 £60.

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BRITISH AND EUROPEAN ARCHAEOLOGY The Archaeology of Celtic Art

Prehistoric Figurines

D.W. Harding, University of Edinburgh, UK

Representation and Corporeality in the Neolithic

More wide ranging, both geographically and chronologically, than any previous study, this wellillustrated book offers a new definition of Celtic art. 2007: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-35177-5: $120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42866-8: $45.95 eBook: 978-0-203-69853-2 £70.

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Douglass Bailey, Cardiff University, UK Here is a radical new approach to one of the most exciting but poorly understood artefacts from our prehistoric past. Studying their roles and functions in society from past to present day, archaeology students will find this an invaluable asset. 2005: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-33151-7: $132.00 Pb: 978-0-415-33152-4: $47.95 eBook: 978-0-203-39245-4 £75.0

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Ritual and Domestic Life in Prehistoric Europe

Archaeology of the Military Orders

Richard Bradley, Reading University, UK

A Survey of the Urban Centres, Rural Settlements and Castles of the Military Orders in the Latin East (c.1120–1291) Adrian Boas, University of Haifa Discussing in detail the distinctive architecture relating to their various undertakings, Adrian Boas presents a detailed discussion of the archaeological evidence of the five Military Orders in the Latin East. 2006: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-29980-0: $110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48723-8: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-96481-1 £65.0

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This fascinating study explores how our prehistoric ancestors developed rituals from everyday life and domestic activities. This book examines farming, craft production, and the occupation of houses, which were all ritualized in prehistoric Europe. 2005: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-34550-7: $110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-34551-4: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-02371-6 £60.

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Iron Age Communities in Britain An account of England, Scotland and Wales from the Seventh Century BC until the Roman Conquest Barry Cunliffe, Oxford University, UK Since its first publication in 1971, Barry Cunliffe’s monumental survey has established itself as a classic of British archaeology. This fully revised fourth edition incorporates new theoretical approaches, technological advances and a range of new sites and finds.

Britannia The Creation of a Roman Province John Creighton, University of Reading, UK Examining the kings’ legacy in the creation of the Roman province of Britannia, this book completely re-evaluates the evidence for, and the interpretation of, the rule of the kings of Late Iron Age Britain on the eve of the Roman conquest.

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Sheela-na-gigs

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Unravelling an Enigma Barbara Freitag, Dublin City University A study of the mysterious stone carvings of naked females exposing their genitals on medieval churches all over the British Isles. 2004: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-34552-1: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-34553-8: $42.95 eBook: 978-0-203-33820-9 £65.0

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The Iron Age in Northern Britain Celts and Romans, Natives and Invaders D.W. Harding, University of Edinburgh The Iron Age in Northern Britain examines the impact of the Roman expansion northwards, and the native response to the Roman occupation on both sides of the frontiers. 2004: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-30149-7: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-30150-3: $51.95 eBook: 978-0-203-32610-7 £75.0

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Medieval Archaeology Understanding Traditions and Contemporary Approaches Chris Gerrard, University of Durham, UK Chris Gerrard looks at the people and excavations that have been important in medieval archaeology and the core theory and methodology used, creating an essential text for all medieval archaeologists. 2002: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-23462-7: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-23463-4: $41.95 eBook: 978-0-203-46846-3

Monuments and Landscape in Atlantic Europe Perception and Society During the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Edited by Chris Scarre, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, Cambridge, UK Monuments and Landscape in Atlantic Europe goes significantly beyond the limits of existing debate by inviting archaeologists from different countries in the Atlantic zone (including Britain, France, Ireland, Spain and Sweden) to examine the relationship between landscape features and prehistoric monuments in their specialist regions. By placing the issue within a broader regional and intellectual context, the authors illustrate the diversity of current archaeological ideas and approaches converging around this central theme. 2002: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-27313-8: $135.00 Pb: 978-0-415-27314-5: $47.95 eBook: 978-0-203-99405-4 £75.0

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The Americas

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The Ecology of Power

Behind the Castle Gate From the Middle Ages to the Renaissance Matthew Johnson, University of Durham, UK Combining ground-breaking scholarship with fascinating narratives, Matthew Johnson’s book takes a look at Medieval English castles. It creates a new and exciting focus on how castles were shaped by their inhabitants and vice versa. 2002: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-25887-6: $120.00 Pb: 978-0-415-26100-5: $39.95 £70.

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Castles in Ireland Feudal Power in a Gaelic World T.E. McNeill Castles in Ireland shows the story of the nature and development of lordship and power in medieval Ireland as displayed through the majesty and uniqueness of individual castles.

Culture, Place and Personhood in the Southern Amazon, AD 1000-2000 Michael J. Heckenberger, University of Florida, Gainesville, USA In 1884 a community of Brazilians was “discovered” by the Western world. The Ecology of Power examines these indigenous people from the Upper Xingu region, a group who even today are one of the strongest examples of longterm cultural continuity. Drawing upon written and oral history, ethnography, and archaeology, Heckenberger addresses the difficult issues facing anthropologists today as they “uncover” the muted voices of indigenous peoples and provides a fascinating portrait of a unique community of people who have in a way become living cultural artifacts. 2004: 6 x 9: 432pp Hb: 978-0-415-94598-1: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-94599-8: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-48662-7 £65.0

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THE AMERICAS • OTHER REGIONS Continuities and Changes in Maya Archaeology

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The First Maya Civilization Ritual and Power in the Maya Lowlands before the Classic Period Francisco Estrada-Belli, Vanderbilt University, USA When the Maya kings of Tikal dedicated their first carved monuments in the third century A.D., inaugurating the Classic period of Maya history that lasted for six centuries and saw the rise of such famous cities as Palenque, Copan and Yaxchilan, Maya civilization was already nearly a millennium old. Its first cities, such as Nakbe and El Mirador, had some of the largest temples ever raised in Prehispanic America, while others such as Cival showed even earlier evidence of complex rituals. The reality of this Pre-classic Maya civilization has been documented by scholars over the past three decades: what had been seen as an age of simple village farming, belatedly responding to the stimulus of more advanced peoples in highland Mesoamerica, is now known to have been the period when the Maya made themselves into one of the New World’s most innovative societies. This book discusses the most recent advances in our knowledge of the Preclassic Maya and the emergence of their rainforest civilization, with new data on settlement, political organization, architecture, iconography, and epigraphy supporting a contemporary theoretical perspective that challenges prior assumptions. July 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4 Hb: 978-0-415-42993-1: $117.00 Pb: 978-0-415-42994-8: $35.95

Perspectives at the Millennium Edited by Charles W. Golden and Greg Borgstede This book presents the current state of Maya archaeology by focusing on the history of the field for the last 100 years, present day research, and forward looking prescription for the direction of the field. 2003: 6 x 9: 334pp Hb: 978-0-415-94413-7: $100.00 eBook: 978-0-203-49422-6 £65.0

The Archaeology of Mothering An African-American Midwife’s Tale Laurie A. Wilkie, University of California, Berkeley, USA Using archaeological materials recovered from a housesite in Mobile, Alabama; Laurie Wilkie explores how one extended African-American family engaged with competing and conflicting mothering ideologies in the post-Emancipation South. 2003: 6 x 9: 272pp Hb: 978-0-415-94569-1: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-94570-7: $41.95 £65.0

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The Tutu Archaeological Village Site A Multi-disciplinary Case Study in Human Adaptation

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Identity and Power in the Ancient Andes

This volume reports the results of techniques for understanding of human adaptive strategies during 1.300 years of site occupation. These investigations lay a solid foundation for future studies of prehistoric Caribbean human populations.

Tiwanaku Cities through Time John Wayne Janusek, Vanderbilt University The Tiwanaku state was the political and cultural center of ancient Andean civilization for almost 700 years. Identity and Power is the result of ten years of research that has revealed significant new data. Janusek explores the origins, development, and collapse of this ancient state through the lenses of social identities—gender, ethnicity, occupation, and power relations. He combines recent developments in social theory with the archaeological record to create a fascinating and theoretically informed exploration of the history of this important civilization.

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Niall Finneran, University of Winchester, UK

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Other Regions The Archaeology of Ethiopia An excellent and very readable story of the rich heritage of this very misunderstood country. 2007: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-38646-3: $110.00 £65.0

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Archaeology of Ancient Australia

Past Human Migrations in East Asia

Peter Hiscock, Australian National University

Matching Archaeology, Linguistics and Genetics

This book is an introduction to the archaeology of Australia from prehistoric times to the eighteenth century AD. It is the only up-to-date textbook on the subject and is designed for undergraduate courses. 2007: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-33810-3: $150.00 Pb: 978-0-415-33811-0: $46.95 eBook: 978-0-203-44835-9 £80.

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Edited by Alicia Sanchez-Mazas, University of Geneva, Switzerland, Roger Blench, Mallam Dendo Ltd, UK, Malcolm D. Ross, Australian National University, Australia, Ilia Peiros, Santa Fe Institute, USA and Marie Lin, Mackay Memorial Hospital, Taiwan Drawing upon the latest evidence in genetics, linguistics, and archaeology, this exciting new book examines the history of the peopling of East Asia, and investigates the ways in which we can detect migration, and its different markers in these fields of enquiry.

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Southeast Asia From Prehistory to History Edited by Peter Bellwood, Australian National University, Canberra, Australia and Dr Ian Glover, University College London, UK This comprehensive and absorbing book traces the cultural history of Southeast Asia from prehistoric (especially Neolithic, Bronze-Iron age) times through to the major Hindu and Buddhist civilizations, to around AD 1300. 2004: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 376pp Hb: 978-0-415-29777-6: $200.00 Pb: 978-0-415-39117-7: $54.95 £10.

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Early Riders The Beginnings of Mounted Warfare in Asia and Europe Robert Drews, Vanderbilt University Early Riders is a wide-ranging account of horse-riding and horse-rearing in Central Asia, Europe, and the Greek world. Using archaeology, iconographic, and textual evidence, Drews shows when horseback riding began, when riders became secure enough to handle a weapon. 2004: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 232pp Hb: 978-0-415-32624-7: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-48680-4: $39.95 eBook: 978-0-203-07107-6 £75.0

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Wretched Kush Ethnic Identities and Boundries in Egypt’s Nubian Empire

The Nubian Past An Archaeology of the Sudan David N. Edwards, Leicester University, UK In the first major work in its field for over thirty years, this exceptional study of the area’s archaeology and history examines the area of Nubia and Sudan from the prehistoric to the nineteenth century AD. 2004: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 360pp Hb: 978-0-415-36987-9: $130.00 Pb: 978-0-415-36988-6: $47.95 eBook: 978-0-203-48276-6 £75.0

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Stuart Tyson Smith, University of California, Santa Barbara, USA Stuart Tyson Smith uses Nubia as a case study to explore the nature of ethnic identity. Recent research suggests that ethnic boundaries are permeable, and that ethnic identities are overlapping. This is particularly true when cultures come into direct contact, as with the Egyptian conquest of Nubia in the second millennium BC. By using the tools of anthropology, Smith examines the Ancient Egyptian construction of ethnic identities with its stark contrast between civilized Egyptians and barbaric foreigners. 2003: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 256pp Hb: 978-0-415-36985-5: $115.00 Pb: 978-0-415-36986-2: $41.95 eBook: 978-0-203-63382-3 £65.0

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Handbook of Space Engineering, Archaeology and Heritage Edited by Ann Darrin, John Hopkins University, Laurel, Maryland, USA and Beth L. O’Leary, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces, New Mexico Expanding the discipline of archaeology into the cosmos, this unique volume offers a perspective rarely considered. It discusses the trail of debris that humankind has left behind during space exploration as artifacts worthy of investigation, whereas they provide evidence to our heritage as a planet. Gathering together a number of leading thinkers, it discusses topics that are no longer merely science fiction. They discuss the landscape of space, spacecraft forensics, and field techniques, our environmental footprints, and the establishment of an archaeological record in space. Highly authoritative, it goes a long way in separating fact from science fiction.

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Museums in a Troubled World Renewal, Irrelevance or Collapse? Robert R. Janes, Museums Consultant Museums are rarely acknowledged in the global discussion of climate change, environmental degradation, the inevitability of depleted fossil fuels, and the myriad local issues concerning the well-being of particular communities – suggesting the irrelevance of museums as social institutions. At the same time, there is a growing preoccupation among museums with the marketplace, and museums, unwittingly or not, are embracing the values of relentless consumption that underlie the planetary difficulties of today. Museums in a Troubled World argues that much more can be expected of museums as publicly supported and knowledge-based institutions. The weight of tradition and a lack of imagination are significant factors in museum inertia and these obstacles are also addressed. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, combining anthropology ethnography, museum studies, and management theory, this book goes beyond conventional museum thinking. Robert R. Janes explores the meaning and role of museums as key intellectual and civic resources in a time of profound social and environmental change. This volume is a constructive examination of what is wrong with contemporary museums, written from an insider’s perspective that is grounded in both hope and pragmatism. The book’s conclusions are optimistic and constructive, and highlight the unique contributions that museums can make as social institutions, embedded in their communities, and owned by no one.

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Museums of Cinema and their Audience Rinella Cere Museums of Cinema and their Audience examines how cinema has been transformed and strengthened through museological and archival activities since its origins, and asks what paradoxes may be involved in putting cinema in a museum. Cere examines the ideas which developed around the need to establish national museums of cinema, how these have negotiated and defined the boundary between the national and the international in their exhibitionary and screening practices. She looks at the tensions between the history of film as an aesthetic product and cinema as a “leisure” activity, and at how, museums of cinema’s exhibitions, collections and festivals organized under their aegis, resolve them. The book also explores the way the ideal of public access to a cultural heritage is contradicted by the recent emphasis on museums as “tourist spaces for individualized consumption”. All these themes combined will be concretized through the empirical study of five different museums of cinema, including a visitor and audience study and interviews with leading staff, adopting a comparative focus because the resolution of many of the theoretical questions posed above may be shaped by the prevailing sense of national cultural and filmic traditions, as well as the motivations of founders and funding agencies, which may be inflected differently in varying national contexts.

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Public Archaeology Edited by Nick Merriman, University of London, UK Featuring case studies from around the world, this muchneeded volume scrutinizes, in detail, the relationship between archaeology, heritage and the public. 2004: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-25888-3: $125.00 Pb: 978-0-415-25889-0: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-64605-2

Edited by Simon Knell, University of Leicester, UK Museums in the Material World seeks to both introduce classic and thought-provoking pieces and contrast them with articles which reveal grounded practice. The articles are selected from across the full breadth of museum disciplines and are linked by a logical narrative, as detailed in the section introductions. The choice of articles reveals how the debate has opened up on disciplinary practice, how the practices of the past have been critiqued and in some cases replaced, how it has become necessary to look beyond and outside disciplinary boundaries, and how old practices can in many circumstances continue to have validity. Selected Table of Contents: Section 1: Empiricism, Context and Expertise Section 2: Politics, Subjectivity and Interpretation Section 3: Possession, Consumption and Identity Section 4: Time, Change and Transient Meanings

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The Social Work of Museums Lois H. Silverman Through their unique resources, museums around the world have long served the needs of our most important human relationships and fostered social change. Increasingly, in partnership with social workers and social agencies, they are helping people cope and thrive in a range of circumstances, from personal challenge to social injustice. Using key social work principles as a framework for linking relevant museum research, international trends, and compelling examples, The Social Work of Museums provides the first integrative survey of this evolving interdisciplinary practice. The Social Work of Museums is not only a vital and visionary resource for museum training and practice in the 21st century, but also an invaluable tool for social workers, creative arts therapists, and students seeking to broaden their horizons. Policy makers, directors, clinicians, educators, and evaluators alike will find this book an inspiration. December 2009: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 224pp Hb: 978-0-415-77520-5: $110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77521-2: $41.95 £60.

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Museums and New Technologies

Heritage Studies

Maria Economou, University of the Aegean, Greece

Methods and Approaches

One of the first books of its kind, Museums and New Technologies combines museological theory with a systematic assessment to examine how information and communication technology is transforming the role of the museum.

Edited by M.L.S. Sorensen and John Carman, both at University of Cambridge, UK This volume discusses the various methods than can be used in Heritage Studies and illustrates their application through case studies from different parts of the world. The underlying challenge, which the volume makes explicit, is that Heritage Studies must develop a stronger recognition of the scope and nature of its data and develop a concise yet explorative understanding of its analytical methods.

Maria Economou argues that museums cannot afford to shy away from new technology, and as this wave spreads that they need to make informed decisions about the appropriate use of these powerful tools in the reshaping of exhibition, education, and interpretation practice. For museum professionals wishing to embrace this new technology to enhance and build their museums towards the future, and for students of this fascinating discipline, this is a must-read. September 2009: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 240pp Hb: 978-0-415-33218-7: $110.00 Pb: 978-0-415-33219-4: $35.95 eBook: 978-0-203-40099-9 £60.

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Museums and Community Ideas, Issues and Challenges Elizabeth Crooke, University of Ulster, Londonderry, UK Combining research that stretches across all of the social sciences, her own personal research and international case studies, Elizabeth Crooke’s book here explores the dynamics of the relationship between the community and the museum.

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Heritage and Identity Edited by Marta Anico, Technical University of Lisbon and Elsa Peralta, Technical University of Lisbon

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Heritage Studies will be a significant contribution to the field as it will be the first volume specifically dedicated to the consolidation and clarification of Heritage Studies as a distinct area of investigation. Moreover, the global perspective, with contributions from a wide range of countries and contexts, and the shared focus upon the development of reflexive methodologies for heritage studies will ensure that the volume explores these central issues in a manner that will be simultaneously case specific and of general relevance.

Engagement and Demission in the Contemporary World

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Heritage and Identity explores the complex ways in which heritage actively contributes to the construction and representation of identities in contemporary societies, providing a comprehensive account of the diverse conceptions of heritage and identity across different continents and cultures. This collection of thought-provoking articles from experts in the field captures the richness and diversity of the interlinked themes of heritage and identity. Heritage is more than a simple legacy from the past, and incorporates all elements, past and present, that have the ability to represent particular identities in the public sphere.

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MUSEUM MEANINGS AND HERITAGE STUDIES SERIES New Heritage

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Museums in a Digital Age Edited by Ross Parry, University of Leicester, UK Examining a range of articles, Museums in the Digital Age explores the developments, functions and meanings that are associated with the museums’ use of new media technologies. Incorporating theorized readings of new media, and outside perspectives, Ross Parry emphasizes concepts, trends, and debates throughout the field as the area of new media grows and expands within the study of museums. As museum and heritage sites begin to grapple with the introduction and expansion of new-media courses, Museums in the Digital Age has given students the perfect resource with which to commence their studies, and professionals the perfect tool which will enable them to accept and explore this change. Selected Table of Contents: Introduction 1. INFORMATION: structure, management and integrity 2. SPACE: visits, virtuality and distance 3. ACCESS: ability, usability and connectivity 4. INTERPRETATION: communication, interactivity and e-learning 5. OBJECT: authenticity, authority and the e-tangible 6. DELIVERY: production, evaluation and sustainability 7. FUTURES: approaches, aspirations, priorities

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New Media and Cultural Heritage Edited by Yehuda Kalay, University of California, Berkeley, USA, Thomas Kvan, University of Melbourne, Australia, and Janice Affleck The use of new media in the service of cultural heritage is a fast growing field, known variously as virtual or digital heritage. New Heritage, under this denomination, broadens the definition of the field to address the complexity of cultural heritage such as the related social, political and economic issues. This book is a collection of 20 key essays, of authors from 11 countries, representing a wide range of professions including architecture, philosophy, history, cultural heritage management, new media, museology, and computer science, which examine the application of new media to cultural heritage from a different points of view. Issues surrounding heritage interpretation to the public and the attempts to capture the essence of both tangible (buildings, monuments) and intangible (customs, rituals) cultural heritage are investigated in a series of innovative case studies. 2007: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 336pp Hb: 978-0-415-77355-3: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-77356-0: $44.95 eBook: 978-0-203-93788-4 £80.

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Museum Materialities

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Objects, Engagements, Interpretations

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Edited by Sandra Dudley, University of Leicester, UK

The Uses of Heritage Laurajane Smith, University of York, UK Examining international case studies including USA, Asia, Australia and New Zealand, Laurajane Smith identifies and explores the use of heritage throughout the world. Challenging the idea that heritage value is self-evident, and that things must be preserved because they have an inherent importance, Smith forcefully demonstrates that heritage value is not inherent in physical objects or places, but rather that these objects and places are used to give tangibility to the values that underpin different communities and to assert and affirm these values. 2006: 6-1/4 x 9-1/4: 368pp Hb: 978-0-415-31830-3: $100.00 Pb: 978-0-415-31831-0: $34.95 eBook: 978-0-203-60226-3 £60.

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This is an interdisciplinary book about objects and people in museums and galleries. It deals with the fundamentals of human experience of objects. Chapters explore some of the ways and contexts in which things and people mutually interact; in the process, the book raises questions about how objects carry meaning and feeling, the distinctions between objects and persons, particular qualities of the museum as context for person-object engagements, and the active and embodied role of the museum visitor. Phenomenological and other approaches to embodied experience in an emphatically material world are current in a number of academic areas, most particularly strands of material culture studies within anthropology and cognate disciplines. Thus far, however, there has been no concerted application of this kind of approach to museum collections and interactions with them by museum visitors, curators, artists and researchers. Bringing together essays by scholars and practitioners from a wide disciplinary and international base, this book seeks to make just such a contribution. In so doing it will make a valuable and original addition to the literature of both material culture studies and museum studies alike. September 2009: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 320pp Hb: 978-0-415-49217-1: $140.00 Pb: 978-0-415-49218-8: $44.95 £75.0

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Re-Presenting Disability Museums and the Politics of Display Edited by Richard Sandell, University of Leicester, UK, Jocelyn Dodd and Rosemarie Garland-Thomson Re-Presenting Disability addresses issues surrounding disability representation in museums and galleries, a topic which is receiving much academic attention and is becoming an increasingly pressing issue for practitioners working in wide-ranging museums and related cultural organizations. This volume of provocative and timely contributions, brings together twenty researchers, practitioners and academics from different disciplinary, institutional and cultural contexts to explore issues surrounding the cultural representation of disabled people and, more particularly, the inclusion (as well as the marked absence) of disability-related narratives in museum and gallery displays. Re-Presenting Disability explores such issues as: • In what ways have disabled people and disability-related topics historically been represented in the collections and displays of museums and galleries? How can newly emerging representational forms and practices be viewed in relation to these historical approaches? • Do emerging trends in museum practice – designed to counter prejudiced, stereotypical representations of disabled people – relate to broader developments in disability rights, debates in disability studies, as well as shifting interpretive practices in public history and mass media? • What approaches can be deployed to mine and interrogate existing collections in order to investigate histories of disability and disabled people and to identify material evidence that might be marshaled to play a part in countering prejudice? What are the implications of these developments for contemporary collecting? • How might such purposive displays be created and what dilemmas and challenges are curators, educators, designers and other actors in the exhibition-making process, likely to encounter along the way? • How do audiences – disabled and non-disabled – respond to and engage with interpretive interventions designed to confront, undercut or reshape dominant regimes of representation that underpin and inform contemporary attitudes to disability?

The Heritage Reader Edited by Graham Fairclough, Head of Characterisation, Rodney Harrison, Research Fellow, John Schofield, Inspector and John H. Jameson, Jnr., Senior Archaeologist This major new resource is a muchneeded support to the few textbooks in the field and offers an excellent introduction and overview to the established principles and new thinking in cultural heritage management. Leading experts in the field from Europe, North America and Australia, bring together recent and innovative works in the field. With geographically and thematically diverse case studies, they examine the theoretical framework for heritage resource management. Setting significant new thinking within the framework of more established views and ideas on heritage management, this reader re-publishes texts of the past decade with an overview of earlier literature and essays that fill the gaps in between, providing students of all stages with a clear picture of new and older literature. A helpful introduction sets out key issues and debates, and individual chapter introductions and reading lists give a background collection of key works that offer ideas for the development of thought and study. With good coverage of major issues and solutions in Britain, the USA and Australia, The Heritage Reader will appeal to students internationally across the English-speaking world, and will stand proud as a key guide to the study and practice of this major archaeological sector. 2007: 6-3/4 x 9-3/4: 600pp Hb: 978-0-415-37285-5: $160.00 Pb: 978-0-415-37286-2: $47.95

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INDEX A Accelerator Mass Spectrometry, Second Edition................12 Advances in Engineering Series (series) .............................29 Aegean from Bronze Age to Iron Age, The ......................20 Affleck, Janice ..................................................................32 Agency in Archaeology ....................................................11 Akagawa, Natsuko ...........................................................34 Allison, Penelope................................................................8 Alston, Richard.................................................................22 Ancient Cities ...................................................................22 Ancient Egypt...................................................................17 Ancient Greek Cults .........................................................20 Ancient Turkey .................................................................16 Anico, Marta ....................................................................31 Approaching the Ancient World (series) .....................18, 19 Arabia and the Arabs .........................................................5 Archaeological Artefacts as Material Culture ......................7 Archaeological Fantasies.....................................................1 Archaeological Investigation ...............................................6 Archaeological Surveying and Mapping..............................8 Archaeological Theory and the Politics of Cultural Heritage....................................................................31 Archaeologies of Complexity ............................................10 Archaeologies of Sexuality................................................10 Archaeology.......................................................................1 Archaeology and Modernity .............................................10 Archaeology and the Modern World ................................10 Archaeology Coursebook, The............................................7 Archaeology of Ancient Australia .....................................28 Archaeology of Ancient Sicily, The....................................23 Archaeology of Britain, The ..............................................24 Archaeology of Celtic Art, The .........................................25 Archaeology of Communities ...........................................11 Archaeology of Ethiopia, The ...........................................27 Archaeology of Household Activities, The...........................8 Archaeology of Human Bones, The ..................................11 Archaeology of Identities, The ............................................9 Archaeology of Identity ......................................................9 Archaeology of Mesopotamia, The...................................18 Archaeology of Mothering, The........................................27 Archaeology of Natural Places, An ...................................16 Archaeology of Personhood, The........................................9 Archaeology of Shamanism, The ......................................10 Archaeology of the Military Orders...................................25 Archaeology of Time, The ..................................................9 Archaeology, Ritual, Religion ..............................................9 Archaeology: An Introduction ............................................1

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INDEX Archaeology: The Basics .....................................................1 Archaeology: The Key Concepts .........................................1 Atlantic Iron Age, The ......................................................23 Atlas of Medieval Britain ..................................................24 Ayad, Mariam ..................................................................17

B Babylonian World, The .......................................................5 Babylonians, The ................................................................5 Bachman, David ...............................................................14 Bahn, Paul..........................................................................1 Bailey, Douglass................................................................25 Baraybar, Jose Pablo .........................................................14 Basics (series)......................................................................1 Beckett, Ronald G. ...........................................................13 Behind the Castle Gate.....................................................26 Bellwood, Peter ................................................................28 Blench, Roger...................................................................28 Blyth, Elizabeth.................................................................16 Boas, Adrian.....................................................................25 Borgstede, Greg ...............................................................27 Bradley, Richard....................................................15, 16, 25 Brink, Stefan ......................................................................6 Britannia ..........................................................................25 British Lower Palaeolithic, The ..........................................24 Brogdon, B. G. .................................................................13 Brogdon’s Forensic Radiology, Second Edition ..................13 Bromwich, James .............................................................22 Brosius, Maria ....................................................................3 Bryce, Trevor ................................................................4, 17 Burns, Ross ......................................................................18 Byrd, Jason H. ..................................................................13

C Canuto, Marcello-Andrea .................................................11 Caple, Chris .......................................................................8 Carman, John...................................................................31 Carthaginians, The .............................................................3 Cartledge, Paul.................................................................23 Carver, Martin ....................................................................6 Castleden, Rodney .............................................................5 Castles in Ireland ..............................................................26 Cere, Rinella.....................................................................30 Chambers, Erve J..............................................................10 Chapman, Robert.............................................................10 CharvĂĄt, Petr ....................................................................18 City in Roman and Byzantine Egypt, The ..........................22 Coldstream, J.N................................................................22

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Conlogue, Gerald J. .........................................................13 Contested Objects ..............................................................8 Continuities and Changes in Maya Archaeology ...............27 Cook, R.M........................................................................22 Cooley, Alison E. ..............................................................21 Cooley, M.G.L. .................................................................21 Cooper, Lisa .....................................................................16 Cornish, Paul......................................................................8 Cosmopoulos, Michael B..................................................22 Cox, Margaret..................................................................11 Creighton, John ...............................................................25 Critical Approaches to Fieldwork ........................................8 Crooke, Elizabeth .............................................................31 Cunliffe, Barry ..................................................................25 Curl, James Stevens..........................................................17

D Dacia................................................................................20 Dahmen, Karsten .............................................................21 Daly, Patrick .....................................................................11 Damascus.........................................................................18 Daniell, Christopher..........................................................24 Darrin, Ann ......................................................................29 Darvill, Professor Timothy C..............................................23 Denham, Timothy ............................................................15 Diaz-Andreu, Margarita......................................................9 Dickinson, Oliver ..............................................................20 Digital Archaeology ..........................................................11 Dirnhofer, Richard ............................................................13 Dobbins, John J..................................................................6 Dobres, Marcia-Anne .......................................................11 Drewett, Peter....................................................................8 Drews, Robert ..................................................................28 Dudley, Sandra .................................................................32 Dupont, Pierre..................................................................22 Dupras, Tosha L................................................................14

E Early Dynastic Egypt .........................................................18 Early Mesopotamia...........................................................18 Early Riders.......................................................................28 Early Urbanism on the Syrian Euphrates ...........................16 East Greek Pottery............................................................22 Ecology of Power, The ......................................................26 Economou, Maria.............................................................31 Edwards, David N. ............................................................28 Egyptian Revival, The........................................................17 Egyptian World, The...........................................................6

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Egyptians, The....................................................................5 Embodied Lives: ...............................................................18 Emergence of Agriculture, The .........................................15 Estrada-Belli, Francisco .....................................................27 Evans, Thomas L...............................................................11

F Fagan, Garrett G. ...............................................................1 Fairclough, Graham..........................................................33 Field Archaeology...............................................................8 Fifty Major Cities of the Bible ...........................................16 Fink, D. ............................................................................12 Finneran, Niall ..................................................................27 First Maya Civilization, The ...............................................27 Fleming, Neil ......................................................................7 Forensic Archaeology .......................................................11 Forensic Recovery of Human Remains ..............................14 Foss, Pedar .........................................................................6 Fowler, Chris ......................................................................9 France, Diane L. ...............................................................14 Freitag, Barbara................................................................25 French, Charles ................................................................12

G Gamble, Clive ..............................................................1, 15 Garland-Thomson, Rosemarie...........................................33 Gates, Charles..................................................................22 Geoarchaeology in Action ................................................12 Geometric Greece ............................................................22 Gerrard, Chris ..................................................................26 Gillings, Mark...................................................................15 GIS and Archaeological Site Location Modeling................14 Globalizing Roman Culture...............................................21 Glover, Dr Ian ...................................................................28 God’s Wife, God’s Servant ...............................................17 Golden, Charles W. ..........................................................27 Goodman, Penelope.........................................................21 Gorin, Sam.........................................................................7 Grant, Jim ..........................................................................7 Graves-Brown, Paul ..........................................................11 Greek Archaeology for Historians .....................................19 Greek Mysteries ...............................................................22 Greeks, The........................................................................3 Greene, Dr Kevin................................................................1

H Hall, Martin ......................................................................10 Handbook of Space Engineering, Archaeology and

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Heritage....................................................................29 Harding, D.W. ............................................................25, 26 Harrison, Rodney..............................................................33 Hart, George ....................................................................18 Heckenberger, Michael J...................................................26 Hellenistic and Roman Sparta ...........................................23 Henderson, Jon ................................................................23 Henderson, Julian.............................................................12 Heritage and Identity........................................................31 Heritage Reader, The ........................................................33 Heritage Studies ...............................................................31 Herzog, Gregory F. ...........................................................12 Hingley, Richard................................................................21 Hiscock, Peter...................................................................28 Hodos, Tamar ...................................................................21 Holloway, R. Ross .............................................................23 Hominid Individual in Context ..........................................15 Howard, Philip....................................................................8 Hoyland, Robert G. ............................................................5 Hoyos, Dexter.....................................................................3 Human and Nonhuman Bone Identification......................14 Hunter, John ..............................................................11, 24 Hurcombe, Linda................................................................7

I Identity and Power in the Ancient Andes .........................27 Ingold, Tim.........................................................................9 Insoll, Timothy....................................................................9 Intangible Heritage...........................................................34 Iron Age Communities in Britain.......................................25 Iron Age in Northern Britain, The .....................................26 Israelites, The .....................................................................5

J Jameson, Jnr., John H. ......................................................33 Janes, Robert R. ...............................................................29 Janusek, John Wayne .......................................................27 Jestice, Phyllis .....................................................................4 Jocelyn Dodd....................................................................33 Johnson, Matthew ...........................................................26 Johnson, Samuel ..............................................................13 Jones, Sharon...................................................................13 Joyce, Rosemary A. ..........................................................18

K Kalay, Yehuda...................................................................32 Kalligas, Haris A. ..............................................................20 Kamm, Antony...............................................................4, 5

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INDEX Karnak .............................................................................16 Kemp, Barry J. ..................................................................17 Key Issues in Cultural Heritage (series) ..............................34 Kimmerle, Erin H. .............................................................14 Knell, Simon.....................................................................30 Kvan, Thomas ..................................................................32

L Larson, Jennifer ................................................................20 Laughlin, John..................................................................16 Lazer, Estelle.....................................................................19 Legend of Alexander the Great on Greek and Roman Coins, The.................................................................21 Leicester Readers in Museum Studies (series)..............30, 32 Leick, Gwendolyn...............................................................5 Lin, Marie.........................................................................28 Lines ..................................................................................9 Local Responses to Colonization in the Iron Age Mediterranean ..........................................................21 Lock, Gary........................................................................11 Logan, William .................................................................34 Lucas, Gavin...................................................................8, 9 Lucy, Sam ...........................................................................9

M Matter, Materiality and Modern Culture ...........................11 Matthews, Roger..............................................................18 Mays, Simon ....................................................................11 McCarter, Susan ...............................................................15 McNabb, John..................................................................24 McNeill, T.E. .....................................................................26 Medieval Archaeology ......................................................26 Megaliths of Northern Europe, The ..................................24 Mehrer, Mark W. ..............................................................14 Merriman, Nick ................................................................30 Meskell, Lynn M. ..............................................................18 Mesopotamia Before History ............................................18 Midgley, Magdalena .........................................................24 Monemvasia.....................................................................20 Monuments and Landscape in Atlantic Europe.................26 Moore, Tom .......................................................................1 Morkot, Robert ..................................................................5 Museum Materialities .......................................................32 Museum Meanings (series)...................................29, 30, 31 Museums and Community ...............................................31 Museums and New Technologies .....................................31 Museums in a Digital Age ................................................32 Museums in a Troubled World..........................................29

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Museums in the Material World .......................................30 Museums of Cinema and their Audience..........................30 Mycenaeans, The ...............................................................5

N Neanderthals, The ..............................................................4 Neolithic...........................................................................15 New Heritage ...................................................................32 Nonhuman Bone Identification.........................................13 Nubian Past, The ..............................................................28

O Objects...............................................................................8 O’Leary, Beth L. ................................................................29 Oltean, Ioana A................................................................20 One World Archaeology (series) .......................................15

P Paleoimaging Methods.....................................................13 Parcak, Sarah H. ...............................................................12 Parry, Ross ........................................................................32 Past Human Migrations in East Asia .................................28 Past in Prehistoric Societies, The .......................................15 Pearson, Mike ..................................................................10 Peiros, Ilia.........................................................................28 Peoples of the Ancient World (series) .........................3, 4, 5 Peralta, Elsa......................................................................31 Persians, The ......................................................................3 Pickering, Robert B...........................................................14 Places in Mind..................................................................10 Places of Pain and Shame.................................................34 Pompeii............................................................................21 Porr, Martin ......................................................................15 Postgate, Nicholas ............................................................18 Prehistoric Britain .............................................................23 Prehistoric Figurines..........................................................25 Price, Neil.....................................................................6, 10 Public Archaeology...........................................................30

R Ralston, Ian ......................................................................24 Reeves, Keir......................................................................34 Renfrew, Colin ...................................................................1 Re-Presenting Disability ....................................................33 Resurrecting Pompeii........................................................19 Righter, Elizabeth .............................................................27 Ritual and Domestic Life in Prehistoric Europe ..................25 Robb, John.......................................................................11

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Roller, Duane W. ..............................................................21 Roman City and its Periphery, The ....................................21 Roman Garden, The .........................................................19 Roman Remains of Northern and Eastern France, The ......22 Romans, The ......................................................................4 Rome in the Pyrenees.......................................................20 Ross, Malcolm D. .............................................................28 Routledge Dictionaries (series) ..........................................18 Routledge Dictionary of Egyptian Gods and Goddesses, The ...........................................................................18 Routledge Handbook of the Peoples and Places of Ancient Western Asia, The........................................17 Routledge Key Guides (series) ......................................1, 16 Routledge Monographs in Classical Studies (series) ....19, 20 Routledge Sourcebooks for the Ancient World (series) .....21 Routledge Studies in the Early History of Asia (series) .......28 Routledge World Archaeology (series) ........................16, 23 Routledge Worlds (series) ...............................................5, 6

S Sagona, Antonio ..............................................................16 Sanchez-Mazas, Alicia ......................................................28 Sandell, Richard................................................................33 Satellite Remote Sensing for Archaeology ........................12 Saunders, Nicholas J...........................................................8 Scarre, Chris.....................................................................26 Schmidt, Robert A............................................................10 Schofield, John.................................................................33 Schrenk, Friedemann..........................................................4 Schultz, John J. ................................................................14 Science and Archaeology of Materials, The ......................12 Shackel, Paul A. ...............................................................10 Shamans/Neo-Shamans ....................................................10 Shanks, Michael ...............................................................10 Sheela-na-gigs..................................................................25 Shepherd, Gillian..............................................................19 Silverman, Lois H. .............................................................30 Simon Esmonde-Cleary.....................................................20 Skeletal Trauma ................................................................14 Smith, Laurajane ..................................................31, 32, 34 Social Work of Museums, The ..........................................30 Sorensen, Marie Louise Stig..............................................31 Southeast Asia .................................................................28 Sowerby, Robin ..................................................................3 Sparta and Lakonia ..........................................................23 Spatial Technology and Archaeology ................................15 Spawforth, Antony...........................................................23

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U Use of Forensic Anthropology, Second Edition, The ..........14 Uses of Heritage, The .......................................................32 Using Computers in Archaeology .....................................11

V Viking World, The ..............................................................6 Viner, Mark ......................................................................13 Virtopsy Approach, The ....................................................13 Vock, Peter.......................................................................13 von Stackelberg, Katharine T. ...........................................19 Voss, Barbara L.................................................................10

W Wallis, Robert J.................................................................10 Walsh-Haney, Heather A...................................................13 Wescott, Konnie L. ...........................................................14 Wheatley, David ...............................................................15 Wheeler, Sandra M...........................................................14 White, Peter .....................................................................15 Wilkie, Laurie A................................................................27 Wilkinson, Toby ..................................................................6 Wilkinson, Toby A.H. ........................................................18 Williams, Lana J................................................................14 World of Pompeii, The .......................................................6 Wretched Kush ................................................................28

Y/Z Yaeger, Jason ...................................................................11 Zimansky, Paul..................................................................16

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