Cambridge Archaeological Journal, volume 30, nº1, Fevereiro 2020 – disponível online

A revista Cambridge Archaeological Journal publicou o volume 30, nº1 de Fevereiro de 2020

Com 4 publicações por ano, o CAJ é composto por diversos artigos e recensões, alguns deles com acesso aberto.

Lista de conteúdos:

Toward a Study of the Poor and Poverty in Ancient Egypt: Preliminary Thoughts
Delphine Driaux

Mortuary Pottery and Sacred Landscapes in Complex Hunter-gatherers in the Paraná Basin, South America
Daniel Loponte, Flavia Ottalagano, Maricel Pérez, Laura Malec, Cinthia Ramos, Patricia Bozzano, Manuel Iribarren, Rodolfo Pérez, Graciela Leiva, Silvia Domínguez, Sheila Alí, Alejandro Acosta

Sometimes Defence is Just an Excuse: Fortification Walls of the Southern Levantine Early Bronze Age
Hai Ashkenazi

Late Prehistoric Stelae, Persistent Places and Connected Worlds: A Multi-disciplinary Review of the Evidence at Almargen (Lands of Antequera, Spain)
Marta Díaz-Guardamino, Leonardo García-Sanjuán, David Wheatley, José Antonio Lozano-Rodríguez, Miguel Ángel Rogerio-Candelera, Manolo Casado-Ariza

Trypillia Megasites in Context: Independent Urban Development in Chalcolithic Eastern Europe
Bisserka Gaydarska, Marco Nebbia, John Chapman

The Materiality of Shabtis: Figurines over Four Millennia
Kathryn E. Howley

Are All Things Created Equal? The Incidental in Archaeology
Susan Pollock, Reinhard Bernbeck, Lena Appel, Anna K. Loy, Stefan Schreiber

Insignificance: On the Unobtrusiveness of Material Things
Julian Thomas

Incidental Things in Historiography
Jutta Wimmler

Talking Trash and the Politics of Disregard
Shannon Lee Dawdy

Interpreting Archaeological Evidence in the Anthropocene. Incidentality and Meaning
Laurent Olivier

In Passing: Beiläufigkeit at the Verge of Anthropocene
Þóra Pétursdóttir

How Close Are Things To Us? On the Relation Between the Incidental and the Valuable
Hans Peter Hahn

Final Thoughts on Beiläufigkeit
Susan Pollock, Reinhard Bernbeck, Stefan Schreiber, Lena Appel, Anna K. Loy

Material is the Mother of Innovation – An Archaeology of Skill: Metalworking skill and material specialization in Early Bronze Age Central Europe, by Maikel H.G. Kuijpers, 2018. London: Routledge; ISBN 978-1-138-71809-8 hardback £93.50; 318 pages, 64 b/w figures, 13 tables
Trevor H.J. Marchand

The Traffic Systems of Pompeii, by Eric E. Poehler, 2017. New York (NY): Oxford University Press; ISBN 978-0-19-061467-6 hardback £61.00. xviii + 276 pp., 76 b/w figs, 13 tables
Elena Cuijpers

Religion, History and Place in the Origin of Settled Life, ed. Ian Hodder, 2018. Boulder (CO): University Press of Colorado; ISBN 978-1-60732-736-3 hardback $75. 306 pp., 63 b/w figs
Çiler Çilingiroğlu

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