Journal of Archaeological Science, volume 101, Janeiro de 2019 – disponível online

Journal of archaeological science

Journal of archaeological scienceA revista Journal of Archaeological Science, volume 101, Janeiro de 2019, está disponível online

Esta semana convidamos à leitura do último número da revista Journal of Archaeological Science. A revista de publicação mensal, centra os seus conteúdos em artigos originais que abordem o desenvolvimento de métodos e técnicas científicas, aplicados a qualquer área da Arqueologia.

Para além da grande qualidade dos conteúdos, a revista Journal of Archaeological Science apoia o acesso aberto aos seus artigos, o que significa o seu conteúdo está acessível a qualquer interessado.


Lista de conteúdos

Toward a versatile protocol for radiocarbon and proteomics analysis of ancient collagen
Sophie Cersoy, Séverine Zirah, Arul Marie, Antoine Zazzo

New technology and archaeological practice. Improving the primary archaeological recording process in excavation by means of UAS photogrammetry
Jitte Waagen

230Th dating of coral abraders from stratified deposits at Tangatatau Rockshelter, Mangaia, Cook Islands: Implications for building precise chronologies in Polynesia
Elizabeth M. Niespolo, Warren D. Sharp, Patrick V. Kirc

Shape as a measure of weapon standardisation: From metric to geometric morphometric analysis of the Iron Age ‘Havor’ lance from Southern Scandinavia
Thomas Birch, Marcos Martinón-Torres

Questioning Fe isotopes as a provenance tool: Insights from bog iron ores and alternative applications in archeometry
Thomas Rose, Philippe Télouk, Sabine Klein, Horst R. Marschall

Spatiotemporal dynamics of prehistoric human population growth: Radiocarbon ‘dates as data’ and population ecology models
Erick Robinson, H. Jabran Zahid, Brian F. Codding, Randall Haas, Robert L. Kelly

Scrapping ritual: Iron Age metal recycling at the site of Saruq al-Hadid (U.A.E.)
Ivan Stepanov, Lloyd Weeks, Kristina Franke, Thomas Rodemann, … Peter Grave

Smalt: An under-recognized pigment commonly used in historical period China
Yin Xia, Na Xi, Jianhua Huang, Na Wang, … Weifeng Wang

On the shape of things: A geometric morphometrics approach to investigate Aurignacian group membership
Luc Doyon

Sexing Viking Age horses from burial and non-burial sites in Iceland using ancient DNA
Heidi M. Nistelberger, Albína Hulda Pálsdóttir, Bastiaan Star, Rúnar Leifsson, … Sanne Boessenkool

The spread of domesticated rice in eastern and southeastern Asia was mainly demic
José M. Cobo, Joaquim Fort, Neus Isern

Hanzhong bronzes and highly radiogenic lead in Shang period China
Kunlong Chen, Jianjun Mei, Thilo Rehren, Siran Liu, … Yu Liu

Rethinking the dental morphological differences between domestic equids
Richard Chuang, Vincent Bonhomme

Archaeology, biology, and borrowing: A critical examination of Geometric Morphometrics in Archaeology
Mercedes Okumura, Astolfo G.M. Araujo

Geometric morphometrics and finite elements analysis: Assessing the functional implications of differences in craniofacial form in the hominin fossil record
Paul O’Higgins, Laura C. Fitton, Ricardo Miguel Godinho

Embalmed heads of the Celtic Iron Age in the south of France
Salma Ghezal, Elsa Ciesielski, Benjamin Girard, Aurélien Creuzieux, … Réjane Roure

‘Celtic cowboys’ reborn: Application of multi-isotopic analysis (δ13C, δ15N, and δ34S) to examine mobility and movement of animals within an Iron Age British society
W. Derek Hamilton, Kerry L. Sayle, Marcus O.E. Boyd, Colin C. Haselgrove, Gordon T. Cook

The ups & downs of Iron Age animal management on the Oxfordshire Ridgeway, south-central England: A multi-isotope approach
Rick J. Schulting, Petrus le Roux, Yee Min Gan, John Pouncett, … Gary Lock

Corrigendum to “Approaching Rice domestication in south Asia: New evidence from Indus settlements in northern India” [78 (February 2017) 193–201]
J. Bates, C.A. Petrie, R.N. Singh

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