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OLD WORLD DISORDER. Shaw, Garry May 1, 2019 2716
Gender and Politics at Ugarit: The Undoing of the Daughter of the Great Lady. Thomas, Christine Neal Apr 1, 2019 11595
Stone Age Migrants Transform DNA! Mar 28, 2019 589
MANUFACTURE TECHNOLOGY OF SOCKETED IRON AXES. Saage, Ragnar; Kiilmann, Karmo; Tvauri, Andres Report Jun 1, 2018 5221
Bronze Age mummies found in Britain: microscopic investigation uncovers once-preserved skeletons. Bower, Bruce Oct 31, 2015 795
Bronze Age people were on the move: major migrations recorded in DNA of ancient Eurasians. Schwartz, Sarah Brief article Jul 11, 2015 280
Aspects of change in the Bronze Age eastern Baltic. The settlements of the Asva group in Estonia. Report Dec 1, 2014 3817
Late bronze age bone crafting in the eastern Baltic: standardization of artefact types and individual ingenuity/Noorema pronksiaja luutootlemisest laanemere idakaldal: esemetuupide standardiseerumine ja luutootleja leidlikkus. Luik, Heidi Report Jun 1, 2013 3873
Bronze age cattle teeth and cremations from a monumental burial cairn in Selkakangas, Finland: new radiocarbon dates and isotopic analysis/Veised, keskkond ja rituaal: pronksiaegsed veisehambad selkakangase muistsest kalmevarest soomes. Blauer, Auli; Korkeakoski-Vaisanen, Kristiina; Arppe, Lauri; Kantanen, Juha Report Jun 1, 2013 8349
Material, technology and meaning: antler artefacts and antler working on the eastern shore of the Baltic Sea in the late bronze age/Materjal, tehnoloogia ja tahendus: sarvesemed ning sarvetootlemine laanemere idakaldal nooremal pronksiajal. Luik, Heidi Report Jun 1, 2011 8675
Echoes of the dagger period in Lithuania, 2350-1500 Cal BC/Pistoda perioodi Kajastusi leedus 2350-1500 eKr. Piliciauskas, Gytis Report Jun 1, 2010 4682
Colours and clouds of Bronze Age Cyprus: David Frankel and Jenny Webb discuss an excavation of antiquities in Cyprus. Frankel, David; Webb, Jenny Nov 1, 2009 1689
Multivallate sites and socio-economic change: Thailand and Britain in their Iron Ages. O'Reilly, Dougald J.W. Jun 1, 2008 5954
The Indus civilization: Sudeshna Guha looks at the archaeology of the Indus Civilization, the Bronze Age phenomenon of South Asia, whose study began under the British and has continued since independence and partition of the country. She considers how the interpretations for this civilization have shaped and been shaped by notions of an authentic 'Indian civilization'. Guha, Sudeshna Oct 1, 2007 3973
An ancient stateless civilization: bronze age India and the state in history. Thompson, Thomas J. Jan 1, 2006 9573
Arabic in Semitic linguistic history. Mendenhall, George E. Report Jan 1, 2006 4841
Aegean feasting: a Minoan perspective. Borgna, Elisabetta Mar 22, 2004 17117
A goodly feast ... a cup of mellow wine: feasting in bronze age Cyprus. Steel, Louise Mar 22, 2004 9562
The secret of Cladh Hallan. Keys, David Jun 1, 2003 2075
Scientists have identified what are thought to be classic signs of leprosy in the skull of a Bronze-Age child who died in Scotland over 3,500 years ago. (News). Brief Article Jan 1, 2003 124
A skull with almost two inches of bone missing--removed during a Bronze Age operation--has been found on the banks of the River Thames at Chelsea by the Institute of Archaeology. (News). Brief Article Nov 1, 2002 108

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