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2013Shifting Gender: Age and Social Status as Modifiers of Childhood Gender in Ancient AthensBeaumont, Lesley; ArchaeologyShifting Gender: Age and Social Status as Modifiers of Childhood Gender in Ancient Athens in The Oxford Handbook of Childhood and Education in the Classical World, Oxford University Press, 2013, pp. 195-206
2002Shifting Subsistence Patterns: some Ideas abour the End of The Chalcolithic in the southern LevantLovell, Jaimie; ArchaeologyShifting Subsistence Patterns: some Ideas abour the End of The Chalcolithic in the southern Levant, Paleorient, vol.28,(1),2002,pp 89-102
2012Shining a Light on Shifting Frontiers: Cultural Uses of Ceramic Lamps during Late Antiquityda Costa, Kathryn (Kate); ArchaeologyShining a Light on Shifting Frontiers: Cultural Uses of Ceramic Lamps during Late Antiquity in Shifting Cultural Frontiers in Late Antiquity, Ashgate, 2012, pp. 167-180
2010Shining Stars and Black Holes: Urbanism, Comparison, and ComparabilityFletcher, Roland; ArchaeologyShining Stars and Black Holes: Urbanism, Comparison, and Comparability, Journal of Urban History, vol.36, 2,pp 251-256
2016Shipwrecks as Archaeological Signatures of a Maritime Industrial Frontier in the Solomon Islands, 1788-1942Korsgaard, Annika; Gibbs, Martin; ArchaeologyShipwrecks as Archaeological Signatures of a Maritime Industrial Frontier in the Solomon Islands, 1788-1942, International Journal of Historical Archaeology, vol.20, 1, 2016,pp 105-126
2006Signs of Life: Engraved Stone Artefacts from Neolithic South IndiaFullagar, Richard; Boivin, Nicole; Brumm, Adam; ArchaeologySigns of Life: Engraved Stone Artefacts from Neolithic South India, Cambridge Archaeological Journal, vol.16,(2),2006,pp 165-190
2013Silcrete quarries and artefact distribution in the Central Queensland Highlands, Eastern AustraliaCochrane, Grant; Doelman, Trudy; Domanski, Marian; Finlayson, Brian; Webb, John A; Archaeology; ArchaeologySilcrete quarries and artefact distribution in the Central Queensland Highlands, Eastern Australia, Archaeology in Oceania, vol.48, 3, 2013,pp 130-140
2015A silver rhyton from Afghanistan held in the Cleveland Museum of Art and its historical contextMinardi, Michele; ArchaeologyA silver rhyton from Afghanistan held in the Cleveland Museum of Art and its historical context, Journal Asiatique, vol.303, 1, 2015,pp 59-86
2011The size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problemPotts, Daniel; ArchaeologyThe size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problem in The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, LIT Verlag, 2011, pp. 271-291
2011The size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problemPotts, Daniel; ArchaeologyThe size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problem in The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, LIT Verlag, 2011, pp. 271-291
2011The size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problemPotts, Daniel; ArchaeologyThe size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problem in The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, LIT Verlag, 2011, pp. 271-291
2011The size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problemPotts, Daniel; ArchaeologyThe size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problem in The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, LIT Verlag, 2011, pp. 271-291
2011The size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problemPotts, Daniel; ArchaeologyThe size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problem in The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, LIT Verlag, 2011, pp. 271-291
2011The size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problemPotts, Daniel; ArchaeologyThe size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problem in The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, LIT Verlag, 2011, pp. 271-291
2011The size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problemPotts, Daniel; ArchaeologyThe size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problem in The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, LIT Verlag, 2011, pp. 271-291
2011The size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problemPotts, Daniel; ArchaeologyThe size of the cultivated area of the Mesopotamian alluvium as an historical and politico-empirical problem in The Empirical Dimension of Ancient Near Eastern Studies, LIT Verlag, 2011, pp. 271-291
2004The Size Of The Largest Marsupial And Why It MattersChong, John; Crowther, Mathew; Dortch, Joseph; Wroe, Stephen; Biological Sciences; Biological Sciences; Archaeology; Electron MicroscopeThe Size Of The Largest Marsupial And Why It Matters, Proceedings of the Royal Society B-Biological Sciences, vol.271,(N/A),2004,pp S34-S36
2007Small islands in the big picture: the formative period of Lapita in the Bismarck ArchipelagoSpecht, James; ArchaeologySmall islands in the big picture: the formative period of Lapita in the Bismarck Archipelago in Oceanic Explorations: Lapita and Western Pacific Settlement, ANU E Press, 2007, pp. 51-70
2008SnamesClegg, John; ArchaeologySnames, Rock Art Research, vol.25, 2, 2008,pp 211-213
2014Social Living: visualizing spatial variability in households at Early Iron Age Zagora on Andros, GreeceMann, Kristen; ArchaeologySocial Living: visualizing spatial variability in households at Early Iron Age Zagora on Andros, Greece, Debating Spatial Archaeology: Proceedings of the International Workshop on Landscape and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology, vol.N/A, 2014, pp. 179-197