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Central and South Asia

Slavery from Known to Unknown
A comparative study of slavery in ancient Greek poleis and ancient Sri Lanka
£39.00
Author:
Chandima S. M. Wickramasinghe
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841717302
Paperback:
164pp. Includes black and white figures, tables
BAR number:
S1463
Sub Title:
A comparative study of slavery in ancient Greek poleis and ancient Sri Lanka
A comparative study of slavery in ancient Greek poleis and ancient Sri Lanka More
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£46.00
Author:
Irina S. Zhushchikhovskaya. Translated and edited by Richard L. Bland and C. Melvin Aikens
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English translated from Russian
ISBN:
9781841718705
Paperback:
180pp. Includes 89 figures, maps, plans, tables, drawings and photographs
BAR number:
S1434
Dr. Zhushchikovskaya is a member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Far Eastern Division, Vladivostok. This is an original work of... More
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£63.00
Author:
Chrysanthi Gallou
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841718149
Paperback:
253pp. Includes 95 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs. Catalogue of sites
BAR number:
S1372
This book examines the evidence for the performance of ancestor veneration in LH III Greece with emphasis placed mainly on the data from... More
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L'outillage lithique en contextes ethnoarchéologiques / Lithic Toolkits in Ethnoarchaeological Contexts
Acts of the XIVth UISPP Congress University of Liège Belgium 2-8 September 2001 Colloque / Symposium 1.4
£22.00
Editors:
Xavier Terradas
Publication Year:
2005
Language:
English, French and Spanish
ISBN:
9781841718125
Paperback:
71pp, Illustrated throughout with figures, tables and plates
Sub-series name:
Acts of the XIVth UISPP Congress, University of Liège, Belgium, 2-8 September 2001
BAR number:
S1370
Sub Title:
Acts of the XIVth UISPP Congress University of Liège Belgium 2-8 September 2001 Colloque / Symposium 1.4
8 papers from Symposium 1.4 of the XIVth UISPP Congress, University of Liège, Belgium, 2-8 September 2001 - Lithic Toolkits in... More
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'Out of Africa'
An investigation into the earliest occupation of the Old World
£33.00
Author:
Marco Langbroek
Publication Year:
2004
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841716046
Paperback:
128pp. Includes 14 figures, plates, maps, drawings, 5 appendices including databases.
BAR number:
S1244
Sub Title:
An investigation into the earliest occupation of the Old World
In this work, the author aims to arrive at a meaningful frame of reference for the earliest occupation of Eurasia. The basis for this... More
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£62.00
Author:
Julia Ellis Burnet
Publication Year:
2004
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841716039
Paperback:
249pp. Includes 109 figures, plates, maps, drawings, 13 tables, 13 appendices including logbooks catalogues and Gazetteer
BAR number:
S1243
Sub Title:
A case study of the Makheras, Cyprus
In this work the author explores the pre-historic and historic influences on two Cypriot forests in order to compile a definitive record... More
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Glass Beads in Ancient India
An Ethnoarchaeological Approach
£49.00
Author:
Alok Kumar Kanungo
Publication Year:
2004
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841713649
Paperback:
200pp, Includes 151 black and white and colour figures, 12 maps, 7 tables
Sub-series name:
South Asian Archaeology Series, 1
BAR number:
S1242
Sub Title:
An Ethnoarchaeological Approach
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Belief in the Past
The Proceedings of the 2002 Manchester Conference on Archaeology and Religion
£35.00
Editors:
Timothy Insoll
Publication Year:
2004
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841715759
Paperback:
138pp. Illustrated throughout with plans, maps, photographs, tables and figures.
BAR number:
S1212
Sub Title:
The Proceedings of the 2002 Manchester Conference on Archaeology and Religion
This book includes papers from the proceedings of the Manchester Conference on Archaeology and Religion held at Ashburne Hall, The... More
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Prehistoric Pottery
People pattern and purpose. Prehistoric Pottery Research Group: Occasional Publication No. 4
£60.00
Editors:
Alex Gibson
Publication Year:
2003
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841715261
Paperback:
238pp, llustrated throughout with maps, plans, figures, tables, drawings and photographs.
Sub-series name:
Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group: Occasional Paper, 4
BAR number:
S1156
Sub Title:
People pattern and purpose. Prehistoric Pottery Research Group: Occasional Publication No. 4
This volume represents the proceedings of a conference organised by the Prehistoric Ceramics Research Group (PCRG) in conjunction with... More
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Iron Age Archaeology and Trauma from Aymyrlyg South Siberia
An examination of the health diet and lifestyles of the two Iron Age populations buried at the cemetery complex of Aymyrlyg
£62.00
Author:
Eileen M. Murphy
Publication Year:
2003
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841715223
Paperback:
247pp. Includes 34 tables, 10 figures, 61 plates, Gazetteer
BAR number:
S1152
Sub Title:
An examination of the health diet and lifestyles of the two Iron Age populations buried at the cemetery complex of Aymyrlyg
The objective of this monograph is to elucidate the nature of the health, diet and lifestyles of the two Iron Age populations buried at... More
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Perceived Landscapes and Built Environments
The cultural geography of Late Paleolithic Eurasia
£43.00
Editors:
S. A. Vasil'ev, O. Soffer and J. Kozlowski
Publication Year:
2003
Language:
English and French
ISBN:
9781841714981
Paperback:
167pp. Includes large number of illustrations, tables, maps, charts, elevations, photographs.
BAR number:
S1122
Sub Title:
The cultural geography of Late Paleolithic Eurasia
Upper Palaeolithic living sites and their associated buildings have seen an increase in studies over the last few years. The focuses of... More
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£61.00
Editors:
Jan Michal Burdukiewicz and Avraham Ronen
Publication Year:
2003
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781841714936
Paperback:
243pp. Illustrated throughout with tables, plans, maps, drawings, photographs.
BAR number:
S1115
In accordance with European Science Foundation regulations, Exploratory Workshops with a maximum of 20 participants were designed to... More
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