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Special introductory offer: Geology for Archaeologists: A short introduction. ISBN 9781784916879.
By J.R.L. Allen
This short introduction aims to provide archaeologists of all backgrounds with a grounding in the principles, materials, and methods of geology. Sections include coverage of main rock-forming minerals and classes of rocks. Geological maps and structures are introduced, and the elements of geological stratigraphy and dating are explained and related to archaeological experience. Fluvial and coastal environments are important archaeological landscapes and their formation processes, sediments and topography are outlined. Stone for building, implement-making, tool-making, and making mortar are all discussed, followed by an introduction to clays and ceramics. A final chapter introduces metallurgical landscapes: metalliferous ores, mining and smelting, and metal-making industries. Each chapter ends with a short reading list, and many have selected case-histories in illustration of the points made. Included is a glossary of technical terms.
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Pre-order Form: Proceedings of the XI International Congress of Egyptologists, Florence, Italy 23-30 August 2015. ISBN ICE-FORM-2017.
The eleventh International Congress of Egyptologists took place at the Florence Egyptian Museum (Museo Egizio Firenze), Italy from 23- 30 August 2015. The conference was organised by the International Association of Egyptologists (IAE), the Soprintendenza Archeologia della Toscana (Ministero dei Beni e delle Attività Culturali e del Turismo), CAMNES (Center for Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Studies), the University of Florence (SAGAS department), and with the support of the Istituto Lorenzo de’ Medici.
From animal mummies to Ancient Egyptian vocabulary to Imperial Cult Temples: of intriguing topics there was no shortage.
The proceedings volume will present approximately 130 peer-reviewed papers alongside a selection of posters.
A special pre-order price is available until one month after publication (we anticipate the volume will become available sometime between July-September 2017). Download the order form here and return by post of fax to pre-order at the special rate of £60.00 (paperback) or £90.00 (hardback) including free shipping in UK & Europe (£10 ROW). Payment will be processed when the book is ready to ship.
Pre-order Form: Roman Frontier Studies 2009 (LIMES XXI). ISBN LIMES-FORM-2017.
The XXI International Congress of Roman Frontier studies was hosted by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums in Newcastle upon Tyne (Great Britain) in 2009, 60 years after the first Limeskongress organised in that city by Eric Birley in 1949.
Sixty years on, delegates could reflect on how the Congress has grown and changed over six decades and could be heartened at the presence of so many young scholars and a variety of topics and avenues of research into the army and frontiers of the Roman empire that would not have been considered in 1949.
Papers are organised into the same thematic sessions as in the actual conference: Women and Families in the Roman Army; Roman Roads; The Roman Frontier in Wales; The Eastern and North African Frontiers; Smaller Structures: towers and fortlets; Recognising Differences in Lifestyles through Material Culture; Barbaricum; Britain; Roman Frontiers in a Globalised World; Civil Settlements; Death and Commemoration; Danubian and Balkan Provinces; Camps; Logistics and Supply; The Germanies and Augustan and Tiberian Germany; Spain; Frontier Fleets.
This wide-ranging collection of papers enriches the study of Roman frontiers in all their aspects.
The paperback and PDF eBook editions are available now. A hardback edition will be available in July, pre-order now at the special price of £90 (RRP £120). Download the order form here and return by post of fax to pre-order at the special rate of £90.00 including free shipping in UK & Europe (£10 ROW). Payment will be processed when the book is ready to ship. Offer ends 31/07/2017
Archaeopress Spring Catalogue 2017.
Up-to-date listings for all Archaeopress publications from 2015 to January 2017 plus select backlist titles. Browse the embedded catalogue below or click the blue 'download' button to view a PDF in your browser or download for offline access. Click the cover image (or title for books without cover images) to read more about any title on our website.
Journal of Hellenistic Pottery and Material Culture: Subscription Form.
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Archaeopress Spring 2016 Catalogue.
Up-to-date listings for all Archaeopress publications 2014-2016 plus select backlist titles. Click the cover image (or title for books without cover images) to read more about any title on our website.
Journal of Greek Archaeology: Subscription Form.
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Journal of Greek Archaeology: Mission StatementAlso includes subscription information.
The Journal of Greek Archaeology will launch in 2016. The scope of this journal is Greek archaeology both in the Aegean and throughout the wider Greek-inhabited world, from earliest Prehistory to the Modern Era. The editorial board is headed by Prof. John Bintliff (Edinburgh University, U.K. and Leiden University, The Netherlands). Full information, including how to submit articles, is included within along with a full list of the editorial board and subscription information.
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Archaeopress Spring / Summer 2015 Catalogue.
Up-to-date listings for all Archaeopress Archaeology publications from 2014/2015 including live links to our website for further information on each title.
Ash-Sharq - Bulletin of the Ancient Near East: Subscription Form.
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Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies - Index of PapersVolumes 1-37.
A complete index of papers from the Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies covering vols. 1-37 (2007).