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Issue 9: Near Eastern Petrology theme

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Editorial: Integrating the archive - Judith Winters

Submitted: Jan 2001; Published: Jan 2001; Words: 1505 (13KB)
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The Ave Valley, northern Portugal: an archaeological survey of Iron Age and Roman settlement - Martin Millett, Francisco Queiroga, Kris Strutt, Jeremy Taylor and Steven Willis

Submitted: Jan 2000; Published: December 2000
Words: 84783 (844KB); Images: 158 (6.9MB); Databases
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Excavations on a Roman Extra-Mural Site at Brough-on-Humber, East Riding of Yorkshire, UK - Kurt Hunter-Mann with Margaret J. Darling and H.E.M. Cool

Submitted: May 2000; Published: December 2000
Words: 100906 (893KB); Images: 509 (6MB); Databases
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Editorial: Production and Distribution of Pottery in the Eastern Mediterranean: Applications of Ceramic Petrography - Louise Joyner (editor)

Submitted: March 2000; Published: November 2000
Words: 1004 (6.31KB); Images: 1 (265KB)
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Pre-Pottery Neolithic Clay Figurines from Nevali Çori - T. Affonso and E. Pernicka

Submitted: February 2000; Published: November 2000
Words: 2979 (31KB); Images: 14 (2.4MB)
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Petrographic Characteristics of several key Southern Levantine Ceramic Materials - Y. Goren

Submitted: February 2000; Published: November 2000
Words: 3136 (42KB); Images: 8 (1.2MB)
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The provenance of Late Bronze Age Transport Amphorae found in Egypt - L.M.V. Smith, J.D. Bourriau and M. Serpico

Submitted: February 2000; Published: November 2000
Words: 3582 (66KB); Images: 70 (7.6MB)
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The Provenance of Red Lustrous Wheel-made Ware: Cyprus. Syria or Anatolia? - Carl Knappett

Submitted: February 2000; Published: November 2000
Words: 3724 (34KB); Images: 23 (3MB)
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A Late Bronze Age Potter's Workshop at Lachish, Israel - A.P. Middleton, P. Magrill and S. Humphrey

Submitted: February 2000; Published: November 2000
Words: 2611 (28KB); Images: 11 (2MB)
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Catering for Pilgrims: Petrographic Analysis of Late Antique Kitchenware from the Monastery of St Lot at Deir 'Ain 'Abata, Jordan - L. Joyner and K.D. Politis

Submitted: February 2000; Published: November 2000
Words: 3485 (36KB); Images: 17 (2.8MB); Interactive image
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The Petrology of Syrian Stonepaste Ceramics: the View from Aleppo - R. Mason and J. Gonnella

Submitted: February 2000; Published: November 2000
Words: 3037 (57KB); Images: 52 (5MB)
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Reviews

On the Theory and Practice of Archaeological Computing - Julian D. Richards

Full text. Published January 2001

Whose Beowulf is it anyway? A review of Electronic Beowulf. - William Kilbride

Full text. Published January 2001


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