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  1. In Search of the Indo-Europeans: Language, Archaeology, and Myth by J. P. Mallory, 1991-04
  2. Proto Indo European: The Archaeology of a Linguistic Problem : Studies in Honor of Marija Gimbutas by Wolfgang P. Schmidt, Colin Renfrew, et all 1987-07
  3. The Future of European Archaeology (Oxbow Lecture Series, 3) by W. J. H. Willems, 1998-12-31
  4. Invisible People and Processes: Writing Gender and Childhood into European Archaeology
  5. Vectors of Death: The Archaeology of European Contact by Ann F. Ramenofsky, 1988-02
  6. The Archaeology and History of the European Academic Press
  7. Ranking, Resource and Exchange: Aspects of the Archaeology of Early European Society
  8. Cultural Identity and Archaeology: the Construction of European Communities (Theoretical Archaeology Group)
  9. Ancient Textiles: Production, Crafts, and Society
  10. Recent Developments in the Archaeology of the Peak District (Sheffield Archaeological Monographs) by Richard Hodges, Ken Smith, 1991-12-31
  11. Early Medieval Coins from Lincoln and Its Shire, C770-1100, No. 1 of Coins (The Archaeology of Lincoln, V. VI-1) by Mark A. S. Blackburn, Christina Colyer, et all 1983-09
  12. Archaeology And Geographic Information Systems: A European Perspective
  13. Archaeology and Language: The Puzzle of Indo-European Origins by Colin Renfrew, 1990-01-26
  14. The Chumash World at European Contact: Power, Trade, and Feasting Among Complex Hunter-Gatherers by Lynn H. Gamble, 2008-08-04

1. Archaeology
European archaeology, general LP Greek archaeology LJ4 Mesopotamian archaeology KFK Neolithic KFJ Palaeolithic LAP Pottery KFC Prehistoric archaeology
http://www.ull.ac.uk/subjects/archaeology/
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  • Many Archaeology books are located on the 3rd floor, North Block All Archaeology books available on open access in the History collection will display the location ARCHAEOLOGY, with the classmark prefix 63 eg ARCHAEOLOGY North Block 3rd Floor (63) LAD Loc Most periodicals are shelved in a separate alphabetical sequence of History and Archaeology periodicals on the 3rd floor South Block. See the: A-Z list of SHL History journals and A-Z list of SHL History eJournals 4th floor South Block . For more information on finding journals, see our journals resources page Some items are held in the closed access stacks. These will display the location Stack Service . Please request at the Stack Service desk on the 4th floor South Block.

2. Archaeology.ro
Scientific website concerning pre-, protohistory and classical history. It host two archaeological magazines; Romanian Journal of Archaeology and European Archaeology - online.
http://www.archaeology.ro/
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3. Wiley::North American Archaeology
European Archaeology; General Historical Archaeology; Middle Near Eastern Archaeology; Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology
http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0631231838.html

4. European Archaeology - Online
Online journal. Articles, reviews, and fieldwork.
http://www.archaeology.ro/eaonline_welc.htm
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The contents of this site - text, images, and data - are intended for personal information only. Written permission from EA-online is required for the publication of any material. Any use of this material should credit the European Archaeology - online. For additional details, send an e-mail to European Archaeology - online

5. Wiley::The Ancient Civilizations Of Mesoamerica: A Reader
European Archaeology; General Historical Archaeology; Middle Near Eastern Archaeology; Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology
http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0631211152.html

6. AREA IV Project. Archives Of European Archaeology
A research network dedicated to the history of archaeology, with particular emphasis on the archives of the discipline, their promotion and preservation.
http://www.area-archives.org/
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7. EUROPEAN ARCHAEOLOGY; WEB-LINKS
Classical and European Archaeology General; The UNESCO World Heritage Centre and the World Heritage List; World Heritage Cities. english; fran ais; espa ol
http://www.xs4all.nl/~mkosian/links.html
EUROPEAN ARCHAEOLOGY; WEB-LINKS
Classical and European Archaeology:

8. Courses Available - Magdalen College
European Archaeology General Linguistics and Comparative Philology Greek and/or Latin Language and Literature Greek and/or Roman History History of Science, Medicine and Technology
http://www.magd.ox.ac.uk/admissions/graduate/courses
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Magdalen accepts applications for the following postgraduate courses:
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Ancient Philosophy
Archaeological Science
Classical Archaeology
Classical Armenian Studies
Classical Hebrew Studies
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English and American Studies
European Archaeology
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General Linguistics and Comparative Philology Global and Imperial History Greek and/or Latin Languages and Literature Greek and/or Roman History History of Art and Visual Culture Islamic Art and Archaeology Islamic Art and Archaeology (Research Methods) Jewish Studies Jewish Studies in the Graeco-Roman Period Landscape Archaeology Late Antique and Byzantine Studies Legal Research (only if it leads to the D.Phil.)

9. European Culture Park Blisbruck-Reinheim - Worth Seeing - Travel Guide - Vacatio
Abstract of a monograph, which contains the 4th century B.C. princess of Reinheim s sumptuous grave, among other Celtic remains.
http://www.tourismus.saarland.de/en/european-culture-park-blisbruck-reinheim
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      European Culture Park Blisbruck-Reinheim
      Over 8000 years of Celtic-Roman history are brought back to life in the European Culture Park Bliesbruck-Reinheim including a real archeological sensation, the grave of the Celtic Princess of Reinheim dating back to the 4th century B.C. Open picture gallery The park is located in the idyllic valley of the river Blies, right on the German-French border, and is one of the main archeological attractions of the region. Already in the Middle Stone Ages more than 8000 years ago, this area was populated by humans.

10. Wiley::Historical Archaeology
Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology; Archaeology of The Americas; European Archaeology; General Historical Archaeology; Middle Near Eastern Archaeology
http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-351633.html
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11. Archaeological Records Of Europe Networked Access - ARENA
Concerned with conservation and presentation of the European archaeological heritage through new information technologies. Partners, resources, activities, conferences and objectives.
http://ads.ahds.ac.uk/arena/
Archaeological Records of Europe - Networked Access
ARENA Portal ARENA Archives Network Information Links and Other Information
Welcome to the ARENA Network Web Resource
Please use the navigation bar above to access our resources. You can also learn more about the network partners, the project, our activities and output.
Latest ARENA Network News
ARENA 2 Kick off meeting held in the King's Manor, York, February 2009.
The ARENA portal has now been running more or less successfully since 2004. However, the underlying technologies have since been challenged by more sophisticated approaches to interoprtability. Under the auspices of both the DARIAH project and the ACE project the ADS is coordinating a second phase of the ARENA project - ARENA 2 - which will take full advantage of web services and a SOA approach whilst demonstrating that 'legacy' systems (such as Z39.50) can be integrated into this architecture. The first meeting for ARENA 2 was held in King's Manor on the 6th and 7th of February 2009 and had representatives from all the original ARENA partners as well as number of organisations that will join the portal in this and later phases of the ARENA project. The ARENA 2 page has the latest information on partners and supporting projects for this exciting new development.

12. Wiley::An Introduction To The Archaeology Of Ancient Egypt
Archaeology of The Americas; European Archaeology; General Historical Archaeology; Middle Near Eastern Archaeology
http://eu.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-1405111488.html

13. Europischer Kulturpark Bliesbruck/Reinheim
A working group is reconstructing the development of the landscape after the ice-ages with the aid of archeological finds and soil and sediment analyses. The Park includes the Roman villa of Reinheim and the Roman city of Bliesbruck.
http://www.uni-saarland.de/fak5/physgeo/Reinheim/GAe2.html
Physical Geography and Environmental Science Reconstruction of the geoecological conditions
in the area of the European Archaeological Parc
of Bliesbruck/Reinheim Prof. Dr. Jochen Kubiniok
Dr. Daniela Brueck

Dipl. Geogr. Sabine Dier
Yves Loris
The working group reconstructs the development of the landscape after the ice-ages with the aid of archaeological finds and soil and sediment analyses. With this method we are able to develop models of the ancient landscape. 3-D-reconstructions of the different phases of the landscape around the
Roman villa of Reinheim and the Roman city of Bliesbruck
Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3
soils and geology
vegetation

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14. Wiley::Archaeology Of Egypt / Egyptology
Archaeology of The Americas; European Archaeology; General Historical Archaeology; Middle Near Eastern Archaeology
http://au.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-351634.html
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15. Margaret Conkey
Detailed research project information for this University of California Professor. Topics include European archaeology and gender in archaeology.
http://ls.berkeley.edu/dept/anth/conkey.html
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Archaeology
Class of 1960 Professor of Anthropology
Director, Archaeological Research Facility
207, 2251 College
meg@berkeley.edu

Office hours: M 2-3, W 1:30-2:30
Research Interests I joined the Berkeley Department of Anthropology in 1987. Since that time, I have continued research and publication in several interrelated areas. First, I have continued my interest in understanding the issues of gender and feminist perspectives in archaeology and in past human societies. By spring 1998, I will have co-organized two major conferences to address such issues, and published numerous articles including a 1997 review article (co-authored with Joan Gero) on the topic in the Annual Reviews of Archaeology. Closely interconnected with the fieldwork, other research and publications has been an explicit research concern with pedagogy and the teaching of archaeology (including one publication to date on this topic); the development of internet resources for and the use of the internet in the teaching of Introduction to Archaeology (including the receipt of several instructional technology grants to enable this); and initiating and implementing an archaeology outreach program in local schools. I have twice been awarded teaching awards since coming to Berkeley, and have leveraged the start-up funds for a Multi-Media Teaching Laboratory for the Department of Anthropology. In July 1997, I was named the Class of 1960 Professor of Anthropology, an endowed chair.

16. Bristol University - Department Of Archaeology And Anthropology - Department Of
Profile of this University of Bristol Lecturer. Research interests include Palaeolithic European archaeology and chronometric dating techniques.
http://www.bris.ac.uk/Depts/Archaeology/staff/pettitt.html
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The publication of the Neanderthal genome sequence recently in Science confirms the theory that there was gene flow from Neanderthals to Modern Humans, a proposal previously made on the basis of skeletal morphology and artefacts by Professor Joo Zilho of Bristol University's Department of Archaeology and Anthropology. Read more...
TAG 2010
The 32nd Theoretical Archaeology Group annual meeting will be held at the University of Bristol between Friday 17th and Sunday 19th December 2010.
Lifelong Learning
We are pleased to confirm that short courses in Archaeology will continue in 2010-11. Dayschools, evening classes

17. Academic & Research Staff - School Of Archaeology - University Of Oxford
Oxford University provides the outline CV, research interests, current fieldwork projects, professional involvements and selected publication list of the Professor of European Archaeology.
http://www.arch.ox.ac.uk/resources/staff_directory/barry_cunliffe
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Prof Nick Barton , Lecturer in Palaeolithic Archaeology
Institute of Archaeology
tel: 278253
email: nick.barton@arch.ox.ac.uk
Dr Lisa Bendall
Institute of Archaeology
tel: 278244 / 27272
email: lisa.bendall@arch.ox.ac.uk
Dr Amy Bogaard , Lecturer in Neolithic and Bronze Age Archaeology
Institute of Archaeology
tel: 278281
email: amy.bogaard@arch.ox.ac.uk
Dr Nicole Boivin , Senior Research Fellow
Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art
New Barnett House, 28 Little Clarendon Street

tel: 275377
email: nicole.boivin@rlaha.ox.ac.uk
Dr Fiona Brock, Radiocarbon
Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art
tel: 285210 email: fiona.brock@rlaha.ox.ac.uk
Dr Shweta Chavan, Postdoctoral Research Assistant in Bioarchaeology
Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art tel: 285203 email: shweta.chavan@rlaha.ox.ac.uk
Dr Alison Crowther , British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art New Barnett House, 28 Little Clarendon Street

18. Barry Cunliffe - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Biography of the Professor of European Archaeology at the University of Oxford from the collaborative encyclopedia, with a list of selected publications.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Barry_Cunliffe
Barry Cunliffe
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Sir Barrington Windsor "Barry" Cunliffe (born 10 December 1939) is a former Professor of European Archaeology at the University of Oxford , a position held from 1972 to 2007. He is now Emeritus Professor of European Archaeology.
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The dolphin mosaic found by Cunliffe's team at Fishbourne Cunliffe's decision to become an archaeologist was sparked off at the age of nine by the discovery of Roman remains on his uncle's farm in Somerset After studying at Portsmouth Northern Grammar School (now the Mayfield School ) and reading archaeology and anthropology at the University of Cambridge , he became a lecturer at the University of Bristol in 1963. Fascinated by the Roman remains in nearby Bath he threw himself into a programme of excavation and publication. In 1966 he became an unusually young professor when he took the chair at the newly-founded Department of Archaeology at the University of Southampton . There he became involved in the excavation (1961–68) of the Fishbourne Roman Palace in Sussex . Another site in southern England led him away from the Roman period. He began a long series of summer excavations (1969–88) of the Iron Age hill fort at Danebury Hampshire and was subsequently involved in the Danebury Environs Programme (1989–95).

19. Examination Results - University Of Oxford
European Archaeology; General Linguistics and Comparative Philology; Geography and the Environment (Year 1) MGeography and the Environment (Year 1)
http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/schools/examinations/results.shtml
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20. US Government Sales::Historical Archaeology
Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology; Archaeology of The Americas; European Archaeology; General Historical Archaeology; Middle Near Eastern Archaeology
http://gov.wiley.com/WileyCDA/Section/id-351633.html
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