Journal of Archaeological Science, volume 102, Fevereiro de 2019 – disponível online

Journal of archaeological science
Journal of archaeological science

A revista Journal of Archaeological Science, volume 102, Fevereiro 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.


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Photogrammetric studies of inaccessible sites in archaeology: Case study of burial chambers in Qubbet el-Hawa (Aswan, Egypt)
Pérez-García José Luis, Mozas-Calvache Antonio Tomás, Barba-Colmenero Vicente, Jiménez-Serrano Alejandro

At the water’s edge: Micromorphological and quantitative mineral analysis of a submerged Mesolithic shell midden at Hjarnø Sund, Denmark
Ingrid Ward, Peter Moe-Astrup, Kelly Merigot

Phytoliths reveal the earliest interplay of rice and broomcorn millet at the site of Shuangdun (ca. 7.3–6.8 ka BP) in the middle Huai River valley, China
Wuhong Luo, Chunguang Gu, Yuzhang Yang, Dong Zhang, … Juzhong Zhang

Tumbling effects on bone surface modifications (BSM): An experimental application on archaeological deposits from the Barranc de la Boella site (Tarragona, Spain)
Antonio Pineda, Isabel Cáceres, Palmira Saladié, Rosa Huguet, … Josep Vallverdú

High-resolution remote sensing and advanced classification techniques for the prospection of archaeological sites’ markers: The case of dung deposits in the Shashi-Limpopo Confluence area (southern Africa)
Olaotse Lokwalo Thabeng, Stefania Merlo, Elhadi Adam

Comparison of Sporormiella dung fungal spores and oribatid mites as indicators of large herbivore presence: evidence from the Cuzco region of Peru
Alex J. Chepstow-Lusty, Michael R. Frogley, Anne S. Baker

Don’t cry over spilled ink: Missing context prevents replication and creates the Rorschach effect in bone surface modification studies
Stephen R. Merritt, Michael C. Pante, Trevor L. Keevil, Jackson K. Njau, Robert J. Blumenschine

Spilled ink blots the mind: A reply to Merrit et al. (2018) on subjectivity and bone surface modifications
Manuel Domínguez-Rodrigo, Palmira Saladié, Isabel Cáceres, Rosa Huguet, … Lucia Cobo-Sánchez

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