The Unlocking Sacred Landscapes (UnSaLa) Network is pleased to announce that Open Archaeology vol. 5's Special Open Access Issue 'Unlocking Sacred Landscapes: Digital Humanities and Ritual Space has been completely available online.
A detailed survey of the organisation of the necropolises and the funerary workers, as well as their role in the practical aspects of the mummification, funeral, burial, and mortuary cult of the deceased, in Ptolemaic Egypt.
This open access volume provides for the first time a comprehensive description and scientific evaluation of underwater archaeological finds referring to human occupation of the continental shelf around the coastlines of Europe and the Mediterranean when sea levels were lower than present.
A systematic study of the silver and bronze issues of the Macedonians, the Botteatai and the Amphaxians, of people that resided in distinct areas of the Macedonian Kingdom, the so-called districts (merides).
Informed by Susanne Bickel's epigraphic
and archaeological research, the present volume focuses on the interplay
of textual and visual perspectives in the analysis of Egyptian monuments
and their spatial location.
A new “born-digital” publication by UC Santa Cruz associate
history professor Elaine Sullivan takes a fresh look at the region
[of Saqqara] to demonstrate how the site has evolved over more
than 2,500 years.
In this book, Katina Lillios provides an up-to-date synthesis of the rich histories of the peoples who lived on the Iberian Peninsula between 1,400,000 (the Paleolithic) and 3,500 years ago (the Bronze Age).
Thirty studies dedicated to Sophia Kalopissi-Verti by her students which celebrate the multifaceted academic and teaching career of Professor Kalopissi-Verti, Emerita of Byzantine Archaeology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.
The book is based on the proceedings of a two-day workshop on experimental archaeology at the Irish Institute of Hellenic Studies at Athens in 2017, in collaboration with UCD Centre for Experimental Archaeology and Material Culture.
This book presents a catalogue of the ornamental calcite vessels with an introduction and a discussion of their artistic merit, at times disputed, as well as their purpose during the life of Tutankhamun and after his death.