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This monograph will be of interest to all archaeologists working in the Western Pacific region, and will be a useful resource for teachers and students of archaeological science. Researchers can benefit from Kononenko's sound methodological approach to the issues involved by being similarly innovative.
The excavation paints a picture of a complex society where mourners tasted a special vintage made at a caveside cemetery, the researchers reported on Tuesday in the Journal of Archaeological Science.
In a paper published in the May issue of Journal of Archaeological Science, however, they write, "Archaeological data, seasonal climate conditions, geomorphic setting, and simple hydraulic theory clearly show that the Maya of Palenque in Chiapas, Mexico, had empirical knowledge of closed channel water pressure predating the arrival of Europeans."
We thank the Kimmel Center for Archaeological Science and Tel Aviv University for their financial support, as well as George Schwartzmann, Sarasota, Florida.
Essay topics include an archaeological view of the archaeological record, making geological and archaeological data more meaningful for understanding the archaeological record, archaeological science in America and Britain, non-anthropological approaches to understanding lithic artifact and assemblage variability, exploring the historical foundations and interpretive potential of provenience, and theory, method, and the archaeological study of occupation surfaces and activities.
The research, lead by Antoine and Oxford University's Renee Friedman, was published in the Journal of Archaeological Science on March 1
A study in the (http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0305440317301851) Journal of Archaeological Science says the findings are the "first solid evidence for primary glass production" in that region.
Philokyprou, "New evidence of early use of artificial pozzolanic material in mortars," Journal of Archaeological Science, vol.
This article aims to review how the term "famine" has been used in bioarchaeological publications over the past two decades (1996-2016) from three major journals: American Journal of Physical Anthropology, International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, and Journal of Archaeological Science. Our goal is to understand the multitude of ways bioarchaeologists situate the concept of famine in the past as a large-scale event as well as how frequently famine is incorporated into bioarchaeological research questions.
The topics include nanoscale secondary ion mass spectrometry as an analytical tool in the geosciences, advances in fluorescence spectroscopy for petroleum geosciences, developing and using catalytic hydropyrolysis as an analytical tool for organic geochemical applications, microscale sealed vessel pyrolysis, the development and initial biogeochemical applications of compound-specific sulfur isotope analysis, and applications of liquid chromatography-isotope ratio mass spectrometry in geochemistry and archaeological science. Distributed in the US by Ingram Publisher Services.
The study is published in the Journal of Archaeological Science. ( ANI )

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