[Internet Archaeology]

Issue 19

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Internet Archaeology is the premier international e-journal for archaeology and has been publishing on the web since 1996. All content is peer-reviewed. The journal is in transition to open access and issues 1-23 are now freely available. Access to most (but not all) content in issue 24 onwards is subject to a low-cost subscription (pay once, access forever).

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Editorial - Judith Winters

Submitted: September 2006; Published: September 2006
Words: 679 (6KB)
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Geoarchaeological Observations on the Roman Town of Ammaia - Frank Vermeulen, Morgan De Dapper, Cristina Corsi and Sarah Deprez

Submitted: May 2005; Published: Nov 2005
Words: 13623 (123 KB); Images: 20 (3.5 MB); Interactive maps
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Cost Surface-Derived Least-Cost Paths: A Case Study from Iron Age Orkney - Brian Rahn

Submitted: Oct 2005; Published: Dec 2005
Words: 9772 (91 KB); Images: 10 (1.5 MB)
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Vernacular Buildings of the Outer Hebrides 300 BC-AD 1930: Temporal comparison using archaeological analysis - George Geddes

Submitted: Oct 2005; Published: Feb 2006
Words: 45111 (392 KB); Images: 53 (9.9 MB)
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Strategic Location and Territorial Integrity: The Role of Subsidiary Sites in the Classic Maya Kingdoms of the Upper Usumacinta Region - Armando Anaya Hernández

Submitted: Oct 2005; Published: March 2006
Words: 11003 (97 KB); Images: 22 (2.2 MB)
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Changing Settlements and Landscapes: Medieval Whittlewood, its Predecessors and Successors - Richard Jones, Christopher Dyer and Mark Page

Submitted: Sept 2005; Published: Sept 2006
Words: 8797 (79KB); Images: 9 (163 KB); Online GIS; Digital archive
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Reviews

The Story of Alderley Edge (Website) - Don Henson

"visually attractive ... interesting, useful, refreshing""
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Adlib Museum Lite (Software) - Andrew Morrison

"aimed at museums and private collectors .... but not appropriate for archaeology collections""
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