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Mountains as Crossroads: Temporal and Spatial Patterns of High Elevation Activity in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, USA In the archaeological literature, mountains are often portrayed as the boundaries between inhabited spaces. Yet occupying high elevations may have been an adaptive choice for ancient peoples, as rapidly changing elevations ...
(2018-10-01)The use of heritage as a state tool to construct national identity has been fervently explored (e.g. Daniels 1993 and Kohl 1998). However, the ways in which ethnic minority communities in multicultural societies, respond ...
Illuminating the path of darkness: social and sacred power of artificial light in Pharaonic Period Egypt (2018-10-20)Light is seldom addressed in archaeological research, despite the fact that, at least in ancient Egypt, it would have impacted upon all aspects of life. When discussing light in Egyptology, the vast majority of scholarly ...