quinta-feira, 25 de novembro de 2010

Journal Archaeological Method & Theory 17/ 3

Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory
17/ 3 2010

Special Issue: 
Innovations in the Chemical Analysis of Activity Areas

Prologue to Uses of Chemical Residues to Make Statements About Human Activities pp.175-182
Vance T. Holliday, Denise Lawrence-Zuniga & Victor Buchli

The Study of Archaeological Floors: Methodological Proposal for the Analysis of Anthropogenic Residues by Spot Tests, ICP-OES,
 and GC-MS pp. 183-208
William D. Middleton, Luis Barba, Alessandra Pecci, James H. Burton, Agustin Ortiz, Laura Salvini & Roberto Rodriguez Suárez

Sampling Design and Inferential Bias in Archaeological 
Soil Chemistry pp.209-230
E. Christian Wells

The Ben Lawers Historic Landscape Project: Simultaneous Multi-element Analysis of Former Settlement and Arable Soils by X-ray Fluorescence Spectrometry pp. 231-248
Peter W. Abrahams, Jane A. Entwistle & Robert A. Dodgshon

Social Spaces of Daily Life: A Reflexive Approach to the Analysis of Chemical Residues by Multivariate Spatial Analysis pp. 249-278
Sandra L. López Varela, Christopher D. Dore

Kaleidoscopes, Palimpsests, and Clay: Realities and Complexities in Human Activities and Soil Chemical/Residue Analysis pp. 279-302
Christopher D. Dore, Sandra L. López Varela


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Journal Archaeological Method & Theory 17/ 4

Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory
17/ 4 2010

Special Issue: 
Archaeological Perspectives on Niche Construction Theory

Niche Construction Theory and Archaeology pp.303-322
Kevin N. Laland & Michael J. O’Brien

A Niche Construction Perspective on the Middle–Upper Paleolithic Transition in Italy pp.323-355
Julien Riel-Salvatore

Why Didn’t Agriculture Develop in Japan? A Consideration of Jomon Ecological Style, Niche Construction, and the Origins of Domestication. pp.356-370
Peter Bleed & Akira Matsui

Evolutionary Ecology, Resource Depression, and Niche Construction Theory: Applications to Central California Hunter-Gatherers and Mimbres-Mogollon Agriculturalists pp.371-421
Jack M. Broughton, Michael D. Cannon & Eric J. Bartelink


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segunda-feira, 1 de novembro de 2010

CELTICA nº 26 - 2010


Journal of the School of Celtic Studies 
Vol. 26, 2010


Togha na hÉigse 1700–1800
Pádraig A. Breatnach  p. 1

Problematic pigs: swine values in Bodleian MS Rawlinson B 506
Charlene M. Eska   p. 23

Cauldron imagery in a legal passage on judges
Fergus Kelly   p. 31

A phonological note on OIr -tuinmell
Fredrik Otto Lindeman p. 44

A Gaulish prayer for vengeance on a lamella from Lezoux
Bernard Mees p. 48

Uí Dhiarmada agus a sloinne (Ua Con Cheanainn)
Tomás Ó Con Cheanainn   p. 66

An elegy for Seaán Óg Ó Dochartaigh
Pádraig Ó Macháin   p. 89

Locating Mag Itir dā Glais: a church site in Machae
Mícheál B. Ó Mainnín p. 111

An unwonted toponymical error by John O'Donovan
Nollaig Ó Muraíle p. 122

The Irish genealogies—an overview and some desiderata
Nollaig Ó Muraíle   p. 128

‘For the entertainment of lords and commons of later times’:
past and remembrance in Acallam na Senórach
Dagmar Schlüter   p. 146

A note on Cethairṡlicht Athgabálae
Amy Smith    p. 161

One saint, two fathers, and three men in a boat: 
The Life of St Colum of Terryglass
Ingrid Sperber   p. 171

The Ogham in 3D Pilot Project: a report on work in progress
Nora White, Fergus Kelly   p. 200

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