Institute of Archaeology
Left Coast Press
The Institute of Archaeology produces many key books for archaeologists worldwide in partnership with Left Coast Press who have published books for us since 2006 and who also reprint and distribute all our early publications.
The overall series editor is Professor Ruth Whitehouse, chair of the Institute’s Publications Committee. This committee meets at least three times a year to discuss new proposals, appoint referees and decide whether to recommend publication of a manuscript to Left Coast Press.
Well over seventy titles – research volumes, key site reports, ground-breaking analyses and innovative theoretical works – are now available as Institute publications. They fall into four broad categories: Recent titles in the General Series; Critical Cultural Heritage Series; Encounters with Ancient Egypt; Reprints and Early titles. Full details of individual books, often with independent reviews, can be found on the Left Coast Press website.
Books can be purchased either from:
- Left Coast Press (1630 North Main Street #400, Walnut Creek, CA 94596, USA, www.lcoastpress.com)
or, in Europe, from
- Eurospan (Eurospan Limited, 3 Henrietta Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 8LU, UK, telephone: 01767 604972, email: email@example.com, website: www.eurospanbookstore.com).
ETHNIC AMBIGUITY AND THE AFRICAN PAST
François G. Richard & Kevin MacDonald (eds)
The collective inquiries in this volume address ethnicity in ancient Africa as social fact and political artifact along numerous dimensions. Eleven authors engage with contemporary anthropological, historical and archaeological perspectives to examine how ideas of self-understanding, belonging, and difference in Africa were made and unmade.
REANIMATING INDUSTRIAL SPACES
Hilary Orange (ed)
Reanimating Industrial Spaces explores the relationships between people and the places of former industry through approaches that incorporate and critique memory-work. The contributors have created a set of diverse case studies which examine differing socio-economic contexts and approaches to industrial spaces both in the past and in contemporary society. A range of memory-work is also illustrated throughout the volume.
WRAPPING AND UNWRAPPING OF MATERIAL CULTURE
Susanna Harris & Laurence Douny (eds)
This innovative volume challenges contemporary views on material culture by exploring the relationship between wrapping materials and practices and the objects, bodies, and places that define them. Using diverse examples and employing methods of artifact analysis, microscopy, and participant observation, the contributors provide a new lens on material culture and its relationship to cultural meaning.
ARCHAEOLOGY OF AFRICAN PLANT USE
Chris Stevens, Sam Nixon, Mary Anne Murray & Dorian Fuller (eds)
The first major synthesis of African archaeobotany in decades, this book brings together papers presented at the 5th meeting of the International Workshop for African Archaeobotany (IWAA 5), as well as invited authors, and represents an important contribution to this growing focus of research. The themes of the papers cover such diverse topics as primate plant use, diet and evolution, palaeoenvironmental change, domestication, agriculture, iron production and historical linguistics.
The Archaeology of Island Colonisation and Abandonment
This volume advances theoretical discussions of island archaeology by offering a comparative study of the archaeology of colonisation, abandonment, and resettlement of the Mediterranean islands in prehistory. This comparative and thematic study encourages anthropological reflections on the archaeology of the islands, ultimately focusing on people rather than geographical units, and specifically on the relations between islanders, mainlanders, and the creation of islander identities.
COMPUTATIONAL APPROACHES TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SPACES
Andrew Bevan & Mark Lake (eds)
The volume of original chapters written by experts in the field reflects the changes in computational technology over the past decade and offers a snapshot of how historical built spaces, past cultural landscapes, and archaeological distributions are currently being explored through computational social science. Examples from historic and prehistoric sites in Europe, Asia, and the Americas demonstrate the variety of applications available to the contemporary researcher.
ORIGINS AND SPREAD OF DOMESTIC ANIMALS IN SOUTHWEST ASIA AND EUROPE
Sue Colledge, James Conolly, Keith Dobney, Katie Manning & Stephen Shennan (eds)
This new comprehensive volume of original work by more than 30 leading international researchers tackles the fundamental and broad-scale questions concerning the spread of early animal herding from its origins in the Near East into Europe beginning in the mid-10th millennium BC using a wealth of comparative information gathered as a result of research funded at the Institute by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and European Research Council.
CERAMICS BEFORE FARMING
The Dispersal of Pottery Among Prehistoric Eurasian Hunter-Gatherers
Edited by Peter Jordan & Merek Zvelebil
A long-overdue advancement in ceramic studies, this volume sheds light on the adoption and dispersal of pottery by non-agricultural societies of prehistoric Eurasia. This is a truly international work that brings together different theories and material for the first time.
CULTURES OF COMMODITY BRANDING
Edited by Andrew Bevan & David Wengrow
This volume demonstrates that commodity branding did not begin with global capitalism, but is found in many different places and cultural contexts. It challenges contemporary business thinkers to reassess the linkage between branding and capitalism as well as adding an important new concept to the work of economic anthropologists and archaeologists.
EVOLUTIONARY AND INTERPRETIVE ARCHAEOLOGIES
Edited by Ethan Cochrane & Andrew Gardner
2010 288 pp
This original volume compares key archaeological topics from evolutionary and interpretive perspectives – the two strands representing the major current theoretical poles in the discipline. The book will advance debate and contribute to a better understanding of the research strategies that comprise these distinct research traditions.
LANDSCAPE AND CULTURE IN NORTHERN EURASIA
Edited by Peter Jordan
This unique interdisciplinary collection of articles examines the life-ways and beliefs of the Indigenous peoples of northern Eurasia through ethnographic, ethnohistoric and archaeological case-studies, opening new directions for archaeological investigation of spirituality and northern landscape traditions and more effective integration of the study of northern Eurasian hunting and herding societies.
ARCHAEOLOGY, HISTORY AND SCIENCE
Integrating Approaches to Ancient Materials
Edited by Marcos Martinon-Torres & Thilo Rehren
A critical consideration of how historical, archaeological, and scientific techniques are interrelated in archaeological interpretation.
DAME KATHLEEN KENYON
Digging Up the Holy Land
Recounts Kenyon’s many achievements in the field of archaeology and reveals a personal side unknown to most of her contemporaries.
THE POWER OF TOUCH
Handling Objects in Museum and Heritage Context
Edited by Elizabeth Pye
This volume explores how the sense of touch can be utilised in cultural institutions to facilitate understanding and learning.
THE ROTH FAMILY, ANTHROPOLOGY, AND COLONIAL ADMINISTRATION
Edited by Iain Davidson & Russell McDougall
This volume assesses the roles and contributions of the Roths as government servants and anthropologists.
Narrative and Reflexivity in Landscape Archaeology
Barbara Bender, Sue Hamilton & Christopher Tilley
This book represents an innovative experiment in presenting the results of a large-scale, multidisciplinary archaeological project on Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. A multivocal telling of the stories of Bodmin Moor – both ancient and modern – using a large number of literary genres and academic disciplines, it will be of interest to a wide range of people as well as providing a seminal text in post-processual archaeology.
ARCHAEOLOGY AND THE MEDIA
Edited by Timothy Clack & Marcus Brittain
A group of archaeologists, many with media backgrounds, address a range of questions pertinent to present day archaeological practice. An array of media forms including television, film, photography, the popular press, art, video games, radio and digital media are discussed in a volume that makes an important contribution in the field of public archaeology.
AN ARCHAEOLOGY OF IDENTITY
Soldiers and Society in Late Roman Britain
Focuses on the central role of practice in the creation and maintenance of nationalist, gendered, class, and ethnic identities, using the example of Roman soldiers in Britain during the decline of the empire in the 4th and 5th centuries.
A FUTURE FOR THE PAST
Petrie's Palestinian Collection
Edited by Rachael Thyrza Sparks, Peter J. Ucko & Stuart Laidlaw
Offers an analysis of Flinders Petrie's contributions to the archaeology of Palestine and the part played by his collection of artefacts in modern studies of the ancient Near East. It also includes a full colour catalogue of 270 objects, dating from Chalcolithic to Ottoman times, excavated by Petrie.
Egyptian Funerary Portraits in the Petrie Museum
Edited by Paul C. Roberts, Janet Picton & Stephen Quirke
An authoritative presentation of the restored collection of funerary paintings on wood coffins found in Roman Egypt, with a complete catalogue of the mummy portraits uncovered by Flinders Petrie, including full colour illustrations.
Ethnoarchaeology of an Endangered Amazonian People
A study of Nukak, an 'undiscovered' people of the Amazon, representing one of the last opportunitiesto conduct research with hunger-gatherers using contemporary methodological and the theoretical tools. Through an ethno-archaeological portrait of material culture, methodological and conceptual advances are made in the interpretation of hunter-gather societies.
THE ORIGINS AND SPREAD OF DOMESTIC PLANTS IN SOUTHWEST ASIA AND EUROPE
Edited by Sue Colledge & James Conolly
Foreword by Stephen Shennan
A demonstration of the importance of archaeobotanical evidence in understanding the spread of agriculture in southwest Asia and Europe.
The Measure of Disease in the Human Past
An outline of the key methods of palaeoepidemiology, this book examines the problems of assessing illness and mortality in archaeological populations, in the absence of soft tissue. This book serves both as an introduction to epidemiology for archaeologists, and as a primer on archaeological analysis for epidemiologists.
SILVER ECONOMY IN THE VIKING AGE
Edited by Gareth Wiliams & James Graham-Campbell
Papers by archaeologists and numismatists showing how silver was used in Scandinavia and the wider Viking world during the 8th to 11th centuries AD ,contributing to a better understanding of the broader socioeconomic conditions of the Viking world.
TREES AND WOODLANDS OF SOUTH INDIA
Eleni Asouti & Dorian Q. Fuller
This volume introduces the ecological history of woodland vegetation in South India, detailing the History of long-term changes in the tree and shrub vegetation of the Indian peninsula that have resulted from climate change and the impact of human activities on the landscape.
ARCHAEOLOGY AND WOMEN
Ancient and Modern Issues
Edited by Ruth Whitehouse, Katherine I. Wright & Sue Hamilton
A collection of articles written within a contemporary framework on women in archaeology, this volume addresses the historical and contemporary roles of women in the discipline and links contemporary archaeological theory and practice to work on women and gender in other fields.
CERAMICS OF THE MERV OASIS
Recycling the City
Provides insights into the social and economic dimensions of the Sasanian world through analysis of the ceramics from Merv; includes a catalogue of typical shapes and wares.
A FUTURE FOR ARCHAEOLOGY
Edited by Robert Layton, Stephen Shennan & Peter Stone
This book is dedicated to Peter Ucko and reflects his unparalleled contribution to making archaeology relevant to the present day world. It looks back on important events where a role for an archaeology concerned with the past first emerged and looks forward to the practical and theoretical issues central to shaping a socially engaged discipline in the future.
IDENTIFICATION GUIDE FOR NEAR EASTERN GRASS SEEDS
This book provides expert guidance for the identification and interpretation of grass seeds, focusing on those species that occur in the Near East and Europe. It is extensively illustrated by drawings of grains and graphs of morphometric data, covering 122 genera of grasses.
THE SILENCE OF GREAT ZIMBABWE
Contested Landscapes and the Power of Heritage
Examines the politics of landscape and heritage by focusing on the Great Zimbabwe National Monument in southern Zimbabwe.
EGYPTOLOGY, THE MISSING MILLENNIUM
Ancient Egypt in Medieval Arabic Writings
Examines a neglected period in the history of Egyptology, from the Moslem annexation of Egypt in the 7th century CE until the Ottoman conquest in the 16th century. This book brings together for the first time the disciplines of Egyptology and Islamic Studies, seeking to overturn the conventional opinion of Western scholars that Moslems/ Arabs had no interest in pre-Islamic cultures.
THE EVOLUTION OF CULTURAL DIVERSITY
A Phylogenetic Approach
Edited by Ruth Mace, Clare J. Holden & Stephen Shennan
Using a Darwinian approach, archaeologists, anthropologists, evolutionary biologists and linguists seek to explain cultural variation through a range of case studies from Africa, the Pacific, Europe, Asia and America.
PLACING ANIMALS IN THE NEOLITHIC
Social Zooarchaeology of Prehistoric Farming Communities
This book offers a new perspective on the social milieu of the Early and Middle Neolithic in Central Europe. Based on study of animal bone assemblages from a wide range of sites, it examines relations between humans and animals, food acquisition and consumption, and refuse disposal practices.
Archaeological Perspectives on Social Agency, Power, and Being Human
Edited by Andrew Gardner
An examination of the importance of 'agency' theory to archaeological interpretation, this book addresses the political and ethical implications of a debate about the definition of human nature.
Series editor Beverley Butler
THE POLITICS OF HERITAGE MANAGEMENT IN MALI
From UNESCO to Djenné
Charlotte Louise Joy
Djenné, in modern day Mali, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site and acclaimed an enduring wonder of the ancient African world. In this revealing study, the author critically examines how the politics of heritage management, conservation, and authenticity play essential roles in the construction of Djenné’s past and its appropriation for contemporary purposes.
INTANGIBLE HERITAGE AND THE MUSEUM
New Perspectives on Cultural Preservation
In this international study the relationship between museums and the new concept of “intangible heritage" is investigated. The rise of intangible heritage within the global sphere of UN cultural policy is charted and its implications for international politics as well as museological practice and critical theory is explored.
A Counterhistory of South Asian Museology
This study of the Lahore Museum in Pakistan is one of the first books to offer an in-depth historical and ethnographic analysis of a South Asian museum and reveals local perceptions and uses of museums in non-Western societies to be fraught with social, political, and cultural implications.
Materiality and non-verbal communication
This book demonstrates the importance of objects that, despite their 'ordinariness', lie at the heart of their makers’ and users’ systems of thought and practices. This concise book will interest all those who see the intertwining of ‘function’ and ‘style’ as the very mark of all cultural behaviour: anthropologists and archaeologists; sociologists, historians, philosophers, cognitive anthropologists and primatologists.
Pan-African Ideology and the Politics of Heritage
Katharina Schramm Foreword by Beverley Butler
978-1-59874-514-6 Paperback £24.95
978-1-59874-513-9 Hardback £64.50
Analyses how ‘home-coming’ is constructed by African hosts and Diasporan returnees and how a shared rhetoric of the (Pan-)African family is produced but also contested in practice.
EMPIRE AND LOCAL WORLDS
A Chinese Model of Long-Term Historical Anthropology
978-1-59874-405-7 Paperback £24.95
978-1-59874-404-0 Hardback £63.50
This book traces almost a millennium of history of the southern Chinese city of Quangzhou, a major international trading entrepot in the 13th century that declined to a peripheral regional centre by the end of the 19th century. Wang offers a Chinese paradigm for the study of civilization that is distinctly different from Eurocentric models.
Caring for Maori Meeting Houses Outside New Zealand Edited by Dean Sully
978-1-59874-310-4 Paperback £24.95
978-1-59874-309-8 Hardback £63.50
Through case-studies of Maori Meeting Houses located in the US and Europe, this volume challenges the transformation of sacred objects and places into commodities by western conservation traditions and attempts to decolonise conservation practice.
Alternative Imaginaries of Memory in West Africa
Edited by Ferdinand De Jong & Michael Rowlands
978-1-59874-307-4 Hardback £24.95
A demonstration of the role that memory and heritage play in a variety of postcolonial contexts, with case studies from West Africa. It features a range of settings, from televised ritual performances in Mali to monument conservation in Djenne and slavery memorials in Ghana.
RETURN TO ALEXANDRIA
An Ethnography of Cultural Heritage Revivalism and Museum Memory
978-1-59874-191-9 Paperback £24.95
978-1-59874-190-2 Hardback £63.50
Presents a critique of the concepts and values that underpinned the Alexandria Library project. Butler discusses how the project privileged Alexandria’s Greek heritage over1500 years of Islamic scholarship and how it established an island for the cultural elite in an urban slum. She also discusses the challenges faced by scholars in overcoming these problems.
ENCOUNTERS WITH ANCIENT EGYPT
Edited by Peter J. Ucko
978-1-59874-209-1 Paperback £141.50
The complete set of the eight volumes in this series, each of which is listed below and is for sale separately.
ANCIENT EGYPT IN AFRICA
Edited by David O'Connor & Andrew Reid
978-1-59874-205-3 Paperback £24.95
Examines the neglected field of contact and interaction between Egypt and other early African cultures.
ANCIENT PERSPECTIVES ON EGYPT
Edited by Roger Matthews & Cornelia Roemer
978-1-59874-204-6 Paperback £24.95
Assesses the significance of Egypt within the settings of its past, from later prehistory, through to the earliest literate eras of interaction with Mesopotamia and the Levant, the Aegean, Greece and Rome, based on both archaeological and documentary evidence.
CONSUMING ANCIENT EGYPT
Edited by Michael Rice & Sally McDonald
978-1-59874-203-9 Paperback £24.95
Presents the ways in which Ancient Egypt interacts with the living world, in architecture, museums, the acquisition of souvenirs and reproductions. design, and the perpetual appeal of the mummy.
Edited by Jean-Marcel Humbert & Clifford Price
978-1-59874-201-5 Paperback £24.95
Analysis of the use and adaptation of ancient Egyptian architecture in modern times.
Edited by Stephen Quirke & David O'Connor
978-1-59874-207-7 Paperback £24.95
Provides an account both of two types of encounter between Egypt and foreign lands: those that actually occurred and those created by the Egyptian invention of imaginary lands.
"NEVER HAD THE LIKE OCCURRED"
Egypt's View of Its Past, Second Edition
978-1-59874-206-0 Paperback £24.95
Examines Ancient Egypt's multifaceted encounters with its own past and provides a case study of how civilizations may view and utilize their past.
VIEWS OF ANCIENT EGYPT SINCE NAPOLEON BONAPARTE
Imperialism, Colonialism and Modern Appropriations
Edited by David Jeffreys
978-1-59874-202-2 Paperback £24.95
This book examines the status of Egypt both as an example of traditional Asian scholarship and as an ancient model of imperialism, using a combination of case studies and discursive chapters.
THE WISDOM OF EGYPT
Changing Visions Through the Ages
Edited by Peter J. Ucko & T.C. Champion
978-1-59874-208-4 Paperback £24.95
Examines the sources of evidence about Ancient Egypt available to scholars, and the changing visions of Egypt that they produced from the Classical world, through Europe and the Arabic worlds in the Middle Ages, to writers of the Renaissance, to the work of scholars and scientists of Early Modern Europe.
LITHIC ANALYSIS AT THE MILLENNIUM
Edited by Michael J. Shott & Norah Moloney
978-0-905853-39-0 Paperback £49.50
The original research papers provide a broad review of current approaches to the study of lithic technology from the Palaeolithic to the present.
PETRIE'S PTOLEMAIC AND ROMAN MEMPHIS
978-0-905853-40-6 Paperback £31.95+VAT
This book looks at Memphis, one of the great melting pots of Mediterranean and African culture during the reigns of the heirs of Alexander. Accompanied by a CD-ROM illustrating this material.
Perspectives from the Northern Temperate Zone
Edited by Jon G. Hather & Sarah L.R. Mason
978-0-905853-38-3 Paperback £49.50
Shows how archaeobotanical investigations can broaden our understanding of the wide range of plants used by people from the Upper Palaeolithic to the recent past.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL DISPLAYS AND THE PUBLIC
Museology and Interpretation,
978-1-873132-67-8 Paperback £32.50
Case studies, drawn from Britain, Australia, Europe and America, of innovative programmes designed to attract the public to archaeological sites and to exhibitions of archaeological artefacts.
Jon G. Hather
978-1-873132-42-5 Paperback £64.50
Describes the full range of anatomical and morphological characters used to identify the parenchymous remains of roots and tubers. Illustrated by photographs of modern and archaeological plant tissues and by line drawings.
THE IDENTIFICATION OF THE NORTHERN EUROPEAN WOODS
A guide for Archaeologists and Conservators
Jon G. Hather
978-1-873132-47-0 Hardback £64.50
Provides a methodology for the identification of the woody taxa used to manufacture artefacts recovered from archaeological excavations. Heavily illustrated with photographs, maps, and tables to allow easy identification.
THE DOLMENS AND PASSAGE GRAVES OF SWEDEN
An Introduction and Guide
978-0-905853-36-9 Paperback £49.50
The first modern guide to the dolmens and passage graves that characterise Sweden's Stone Age monuments, providing a social interpretation of these monuments outlining how and why they were built.
GENDER AND ITALIAN ARCHAEOLOGY
Challenging the Stereotypes
Edited by Ruth Whitehouse
978-1-873415-18-4 Paperback £49.50
The original research papers in this volume represent the first attempt to address issues of gender in the archaeology of Italy. Ranging from prehistoric to early classic periods, the authors address theoretical and methodological issues, as well as present a series of cases using both traditional and feminist research methods
THE ORIGIN OF EARLY ISRAEL - CURRENT DEBATE
Biblical, Historical and Archaeological Perspectives
Edited by Eliezer D. Oren & Shmuel Ahituv
978-1-59874-391-3 Hardback £49.50
An important introduction to the origin of Israel, settlement in the land of Canaan and transformation into an organised kingdom, presenting divergent views by key researchers in the field.
Analysis and Interpretation of Bronze and Iron Age Toolmakers
Rob Sands. Edited by Jon G. Hather
978-0-905853-34-5 Paperback £34.95
Explores the evidence left by the use of axes on wooden beams and the tools found in waterlogged archaeological sites over 2000 years old.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SEDIMENTS AND SOILS
Analysis, Interpretation and Management
Edited by Anthony J. Barham & Richard I. MacPhail
978-0-905853-31-4 Paperback £49.50
A collection of papers focusing on the links between archaeology and the study of geological sediments and soils.
ROMAN MILITARY DIPLOMAS 1985 TO 1993
Margaret M. Roxan
978-0-905853-33-8 Paperback £49.50
Presents the records of 66 diplomas or fragments which provide evidence for the Roman military and legal world.
THE LATER ROMAN EMPIRE TODAY
Papers Given in Honour of Professor John Mann
Edited by Margaret M. Roxan, D.F. Clark & J.J. Wilkes
978-0-905853-32-1 Paperback £49.50
A collection of research articles relating to Roman historical and epigraphic studies presented in honour of Professor John Mann.
ISSUES IN ENVIRONMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGY
Perspectives on Its Archaeological and Public Role
Edited by N.D. Balaam & James Rackham
978-0-905853-29-1 Paperback £49.50
A collection of research articles by European scholars assessing the state of environmental archaeology.
MAMMAL BONES AND TEETH
An Introductory Guide to Methods of Identification
978-0-905853-30-7 Paperback £41.95
Offers an introduction to the basic methods used to identify mammal bones and teeth.
BEYOND THE GLASS CASE
The Past, the Heritage and the Public
978-0-905853-37-6 Paperback £31.95
Develops an explanation for the failure of museums and similar institutions to connect with the majority of the public.
MODELLING ECOLOGICAL CHANGE
Perspectives from Neoecology, Palaeoecology and Environmental Archaeology: 10th Anniversary Conference: Papers
Edited by David R. Harris & K.D. Thomas
978-0-905853-28-4 Paperback £49.50
A collection of papers connecting the theory and method of archaeology with the related disciplines of neoecology, paleoecology, and environmental science.
ROMAN COINS FROM INDIA
Paula J. Turner
978-0-905853-23-9 Paperback £49.50
Presents a collation of the recorded finds of Roman coins on Indian soil.
THE ACCONIA SURVEY: NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENT AND THE OBSIDIAN TRADE
Edited by A.J. Ammerman
978-0-905853-14-7 Paperback £49.50
Reports a key survey of archaeological sites in the southern toe of Italy that identified Neolithic sites and documented the prehistoric trade in obsidian.
PALESTINE IN THE BRONZE AND IRON AGES
Papers in Honour of Olga Tufnell
Edited by Jonathan N. Tubb
978-0-905853-15-4 Paperback £49.50
A collection of key articles on the Syro-Palestinian archaeology of the Bronze and Iron Ages compiled in honour of archaeologist Olga Tufnell.
ARCHAEOLOGICAL SURVEYS IN BALUCHISTAN, 1948 AND 1957
Beatrice De Cardi
978-0-905853-13-0 Paperback £49.50
Summarises archaeological surveys in Baluchistan in 1948 and 1957.
LEGIONARY RECRUITMENT AND VETERAN SETTLEMENT DURING THE PRINCIPATE
Edited by Margaret M. Roxan
978-0-905853-11-6 Paperback £49.50
Describes the pattern of recruitment of soldiers to the Roman legions and the settlement of legion veterans in Roman colonies during the period of the principate.
THE IDENTIFICATION OF SLAGS FROM ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES
Hans Gert Bachmann
978-0-905853-10-9 Paperback £49.50
A guide to the field identification and laboratory analysis of metallic slags found in archaeological sites.
EXCAVATIONS IN IONA 1964 TO 1974
978-0-905853-09-3 Paperback £49.50
Contains studies of a medieval religious compound derived from rescue excavations on the island of Iona, off the coast of Scotland.
ROMAN MILITARY DIPLOMAS 1954 TO 1977
Margaret M. Roxan
978-0-905853-06-2 Paperback £49.50
Features the records of 82 diplomas or fragments which provide evidence for the Roman military and legal world.
ROMAN MILITARY DIPLOMAS 1978 TO 1984
Edited by Margaret M. Roxan
978-0-905853-16-1 Paperback £49.50
Publishes the records of 57 diplomas or fragments which provide evidence for the Roman military and legal world.
POTTERY AND THE ARCHAEOLOGIST
Illustrated Edition Edited by Martin Millett
978-0-905853-08-6 Paperback £49.50
RESEARCH PROBLEMS IN ZOOARCHAEOLOGY
Edited by D.R. Brothwell, K.D. Thomas & Juliet Clutton-Brock
978-0-905853-07-9 Paperback £49.50
Includes papers from an important conference on zooarchaeology that focused on the study of the relationships between human beings and animals in ancient times.
THE TOMBS OF THE MIDDLE BRONZE AGE II PERIOD FROM THE '500' CEMETERY AT TELL FARA (SOUTH)
D Price Williams
978-0-905853-05-5 Paperback £49.50
An analysis of the finds from an important Middle Bronze Age cemetery in southern Israel which was excavated in 1928/1929 by Flinders Petrie.