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Barber, I. 2004: Sea, land and fish: spatial relationships and the archaeology of South Island Maori fishing. World Archaeology 35(3): 434-448
Breen, C.; Lane, P. 2004: Archaeological approaches to East Africas changing seascapes. World Archaeology 35(3): 469-489
Lymer, K. 2004: Rags and rock art: the landscapes of holy site pilgrimage in the Republic of Kazakhstan. World Archaeology 36(1): 158-172
Walter, R.; Thomas, T.; Sheppard, P. 2004: Cult assemblages and ritual practice in Roviana Lagoon, Solomon Islands. World Archaeology 36(1): 142-157
Blom, D.; Janusek, J.W. 2004: Making place: humans as dedications in Tiwanaku. World Archaeology 36(1): 123-141
Ceruti, C. 2004: Human bodies as objects of dedication at Inca mountain shrines (north-western Argentina). World Archaeology 36(1): 103-122
Crawford, S. 2004: Votive deposition, religion and the Anglo-Saxon furnished burial ritual. World Archaeology 36(1): 87-102
Woodward, P.; Woodward, A. 2004: Dedicating the town: urban foundation deposits in Roman Britain. World Archaeology 36(1): 68-86
Kleibrink, M.; Jacobsen, J.K.; Handberg, S. 2004: Water for Athena: votive gifts at Lagaria (Timpone della Motta, Francavilla Marittima, Calabria). World Archaeology 36(1): 43-67
Adams, E. 2004: Power and ritual in Neopalatial Crete: a regional comparison. World Archaeology 36(1): 26-42
Nakamura, C. 2004: Dedicating magic: Neo-Assyrian apotropaic figurines and the protection of Assur. World Archaeology 36(1): 11-25
Osborne, R. 2004: Hoards, votives, offerings: the archaeology of the dedicated object. World Archaeology 36(1): 1-10
Simandiraki, A. 2004: :* the Minoan civilization in Greek primary education. World Archaeology 36(2): 177-188
Colley, S. 2004: University-based archaeology teaching and learning and professionalism in Australia. World Archaeology 36(2): 189-202
Aitchison, K. 2004: Supply, demand and a failure of understanding: addressing the culture clash between archaeologists' expectations for training and employment in academia versus practice. World Archaeology 36(2): 203-219
Stewart, R.; Clarke, A.; Fulford, M. 2004: Promoting inclusion: facilitating access to the Silchester town life project. World Archaeology 36(2): 220-235
Perry, J.E. 2004: Authentic learning in field schools: preparing future members of the archaeological community. World Archaeology 36(2): 236-260
Bardavio, A.; Gatell, C.; González-Marcén, P. 2004: Is archaeology what matters? Creating a sense of local identity among teenagers in Catalonia. World Archaeology 36(2): 261-274
Clarke, C. 2004: The politics of storytelling: electronic media in archaeological interpretation and education. World Archaeology 36(2): 275-286
Hamilakis, Y. 2004: Archaeology and the politics of pedagogy. World Archaeology 36(2): 287-309
Elgood, H. 2004: Exploring the roots of village Hinduism in South Asia. World Archaeology 36(3): 326-342
Ray, H.P. 2004: The apsidal shrine in early Hinduism: Origins, cultic affiliation, patronage. World Archaeology 36(3): 343-359
Hooja, R. 2004: Icons, artefacts and interpretations of the past: Early Hinduism in Rajasthan. World Archaeology 36(3): 360-377
Chapman, H.; Gearey, B. 2004: The social context of seafaring in the Bronze Age revisited. World Archaeology 36(4): 452-458
Bradley, B.; Stanford, D. 2004: The North Atlantic ice-edge corridor: A possible Palaeolithic route to the New World. World Archaeology 36(4): 459-478
Neves, W.; González-José, R.; Hubbe, M.; Kipnis, R.; Araujo, A.; Blasi, O. 2004: Early Holocene human skeletal remains from Cerca Grande, Lagoa Santa, Central Brazil, and the origins of the first Americans. World Archaeology 36(4): 479-501
Randolph, P. 2004: Lake Richmond 'fish traps'?. World Archaeology 36(4): 502-506
Karasulas, A. 2004: Zaimokuza reconsidered: The forensic evidence, and classical Japanese swordsmanship. World Archaeology 36(4): 507-518
Speth, J. 2004: News flash: Negative evidence convicts Neanderthals of gross mental incompetence. World Archaeology 36(4): 519-526
Wolpoff, M.; Mannheim, B.; Mann, A.; Hawks, J.; Caspari, R.; Rosenberg, K.; Frayer, D.; Gill, G.; Clark, G. 2004: Why not the Neandertals?. World Archaeology 36(4): 527-546
Dods, R.R. 2004: Knowing ways/ways of knowing: Reconciling science and tradition. World Archaeology 36(4): 547-557
Kuhn, S. 2004: Evolutionary perspectives on technology and technological change. World Archaeology 36(4): 561-570
Killick, D. 2004: Social constructionist approaches to the study of technology. World Archaeology 36(4): 571-578
Schiffer, M.B. 2004: Studying technological change: A behavioral perspective. World Archaeology 36(4): 579-585
Oppenheimer, S. 2004: The 'Express Train from Taiwan to Polynesia': On the congruence of proxy lines of evidence. World Archaeology 36(4): 591-600
Terrell, J.E. 2004: The 'sleeping giant' hypothesis and New Guinea's place in the prehistory of Greater Near Oceania. World Archaeology 36(4): 601-609
Szabó, K.; O'Connor, S. 2004: Migration and complexity in Holocene Island Southeast Asia. World Archaeology 36(4): 621-628
Fiedel, S.J. 2005: Man's best friend mammoth's worst enemy? A speculative essay on the role of dogs in Paleoindian colonization and megafaunal extinction. World Archaeology 37(1): 11-25
O'Brien, M.J. 2005: Evolutionism and North America's archaeological record. World Archaeology 37(1): 26-45
Chatters, J.C.; Prentiss, W.C. 2005: A Darwinian macro-evolutionary perspective on the development of hunter-gatherer systems in Northwestern North America. World Archaeology 37(1): 46-65
Gamble, L.H. 2005: Culture and climate: reconsidering the effect of palaeoclimatic variability among Southern California hunter-gatherer societies. World Archaeology 37(1): 92-108
Arnold, J.E.; Bernard, J. 2005: Negotiating the coasts: status and the evolution of boat technology in California. World Archaeology 37(1): 109-131
Varien, M.D.; Ortman, S.G. 2005: Accumulations research in the Southwest United States: middle-range theory for big-picture problems. World Archaeology 37(1): 132-155
Greenfield, H.J.; Fowler, K.D.; van Schalkwyk, L.O. 2005: Where are the gardens? Early Iron Age horticulture in the Thukela River Basin of South Africa. World Archaeology 37(2): 307-328
Wilkie, L.A. 2005: Inessential archaeologies: problems of exclusion in Americanist archaeological thought. World Archaeology 37(3): 337-351
Jamieson, R.W. 2005: Colonialism, social archaeology and lo Andino : historical archaeology in the Andes. World Archaeology 37(3): 352-372
Hicks, D. 2005: Places for thinking from Annapolis to Bristol: situations and symmetries in world historical archaeologies. World Archaeology 37(3): 373-391
Orser, C.,J.E. 2005: Symbolic violence, resistance and the vectors of improvement in early nineteenth-century Ireland. World Archaeology 37(3): 392-407
Gaimster, D. 2005: A parallel history: the archaeology of Hanseatic urban culture in the Baltic c .12001600. World Archaeology 37(3): 408-423
Voss, B.L. 2005: The archaeology of Overseas Chinese communities. World Archaeology 37(3): 424-439
Clark, B.J. 2005: Lived ethnicity: archaeology and identity in Mexicano America. World Archaeology 37(3): 440-452
Casella, E.C. 2005: Prisoner of His Majesty: postcoloniality and the archaeology of British penal transportation. World Archaeology 37(3): 453-467
Beck, W.; Somerville, M. 2005: Conversations between disciplines: historical archaeology and oral history at Yarrawarra. World Archaeology 37(3): 468-483
Holtorf, C. 2005: Beyond crusades: how (not) to engage with alternative archaeologies. World Archaeology 37(4): 544-551
Cobb, H. 2005: Straight down the line? A queer consideration of hunter-gatherer studies in north-west Europe. World Archaeology 37(4): 630-636
Loosley, E. 2005: Archaeology and cultural belonging in contemporary Syria: the value of archaeology to religious minorities. World Archaeology 37(4): 589-596
Ammerman, A.J.; Stratton Noller, J. 2005: New light on Aetokremnos. World Archaeology 37(4): 533-543
Stockett, M.K. 2005: On the importance of difference: re-envisioning sex and gender in ancient Mesoamerica. World Archaeology 37(4): 566-578
Geller, P.L. 2005: Skeletal analysis and theoretical complications. World Archaeology 37(4): 597-609
Ransley, J. 2005: Boats are for boys: queering maritime archaeology. World Archaeology 37(4): 621-629
Petru, S. 2005: Decorated stones from the open-air site of Zemono, Slovenia. World Archaeology 37(4): 637-640
Insoll, T.; Hutchins, E. 2005: The archaeology of disease: molluscs as potential disease indicators in Bahrain. World Archaeology 37(4): 579-588
Haour, A. 2005: Power and permanence in precolonial Africa: a case study from the central Sahel. World Archaeology 37(4): 552-565
Croucher, K. 2005: Queerying Near Eastern archaeology. World Archaeology 37(4): 610-620
Gosden, C. 2006: Race and racism in archaeology: introduction. World Archaeology 38(1): 1-7
Arnold, B. 2006: Arierdmmerung : race and archaeology in Nazi Germany. World Archaeology 38(1): 8-31
Isaac, B. 2006: Proto-racism in Graeco-Roman antiquity. World Archaeology 38(1): 32-47
Bahrani, Z. 2006: Race and ethnicity in Mesopotamian antiquity 1. World Archaeology 38(1): 48-59
Mullins, P.R. 2006: Racializing the commonplace landscape: an archaeology of urban renewal along the color line. World Archaeology 38(1): 60-71
MacEachern, S. 2006: Africanist archaeology and ancient Iq: racial science and cultural evolution in the twenty-first century. World Archaeology 38(1): 72-92
Ballard, C. 2006: Strange alliance: Pygmies in the colonial imaginary. World Archaeology 38(1): 133-151
Bulbeck, D.; Raghavan, P.; Rayner, D. 2006: Races of Homo sapiens : if not in the southwest Pacific, then nowhere. World Archaeology 38(1): 109-132
Boyd, B. 2006: On sedentism in the Later Epipalaeolithic (Natufian) Levant. World Archaeology 38(2): 164-178
Pearson, R. 2006: Jomon hot spot: increasing sedentism in south-western Japan in the Incipient Jomon (14,0009250 cal. bc ) and Earliest Jomon (92505300 cal. bc ) periods. World Archaeology 38(2): 239-258
Walde, D. 2006: Sedentism and pre-contact tribal organization on the northern plains: colonial imposition or indigenous development?. World Archaeology 38(2): 291-310
Gibson, J.L. 2006: Navels of the earth: sedentism in early mound-building cultures in the lower Mississippi valley. World Archaeology 38(2): 311-329
Biagi, P.; Nisbet, R. 2006: The prehistoric fisher-gatherers of the western coast of the Arabian Sea: a case of seasonal sedentarization?. World Archaeology 38(2): 220-238
Aldenderfer, M. 2006: Modelling plateau peoples: the early human use of the world's high plateaux. World Archaeology 38(3): 357-370
Brantingham, P.J.; Xing, G. 2006: Peopling of the northern Tibetan Plateau. World Archaeology 38(3): 387-414
Efstratiou, N.; Biagi, P.; Elefanti, P.; Karkanas, P.; Ntinou, M. 2006: Prehistoric exploitation of Grevena highland zones: hunters and herders along the Pindus chain of western Macedonia (Greece). World Archaeology 38(3): 415-435
Walsh, K.; Richer, S.; de Beaulieu, J.L. 2006: Attitudes to altitude: changing meanings and perceptions within a marginal Alpine landscapethe integration of palaeoecological and archaeological data in a high-altitude landscape in the French Alps. World Archaeology 38(3): 436-454
Williams, P.R.; Nash, D.J. 2006: Sighting the apu : a Gis analysis of Wari imperialism and the worship of mountain peaks. World Archaeology 38(3): 455-468
Janusek, J.W. 2006: The changing nature of Tiwanaku religion and the rise of an Andean state. World Archaeology 38(3): 469-492
Adams, R. 2006: The Greater Yellowstone ecosystem, soapstone bowls and the Mountain Shoshone. World Archaeology 38(3): 528-546
White, M.J. 2006: Things to do in Doggerland when you're dead: surviving Ois3 at the northwestern-most fringe of Middle Palaeolithic Europe. World Archaeology 38(4): 547-575
Dixon, K.J. 2006: Sidling up to the archaeology of western saloons: historical archaeology takes on the wild of the West. World Archaeology 38(4): 576-585
Herva, V.-P. 2006: Flower lovers, after all? Rethinking religion and human-environment relations in Minoan Crete. World Archaeology 38(4): 586-598
Gonzalez, S.; Huddart, D.; Bennett, M. 2006: Valsequillo Pleistocene archaeology and dating: ongoing controversy in Central Mexico. World Archaeology 38(4): 611-627
Scott, S. 2006: Art and the archaeologist. World Archaeology 38(4): 628-643
Bradley, R. 2006: The excavation report as a literary genre: traditional practice in Britain. World Archaeology 38(4): 664-671
Valdez, L.M.; Bettcher, K.J.; Ochatoma, J.A.; Valdez, J.E. 2006: Mortuary preferences and selected references: a comment on Middle Horizon Wari burials. World Archaeology 38(4): 672-689
Gabora, L. 2006: The fate of evolutionary archaeology: survival or extinction?. World Archaeology 38(4): 690-696
Lyman, R.L.; O'Brien, M.J. 2006: Evolutionary archaeology is unlikely to go extinct: response to Gabora. World Archaeology 38(4): 697-703
Fagan, G.G.; Feder, K.L. 2006: Crusading against straw men: an alternative view of alternative archaeologies: response to Holtorf (2005). World Archaeology 38(4): 718-729
Isayev, E. 2006: Archaeology object as history text: nudging the special relationship into the post-ironic 1. World Archaeology 38(4): 599-610
Frieman, C.; Gillings, M. 2007: Seeing is perceiving?. World Archaeology 39(1): 4-16
Briault, C. 2007: Making mountains out of molehills in the Bronze Age Aegean: visibility, ritual kits, and the idea of a peak sanctuary. World Archaeology 39(1): 122-141
Dawson, P.; Levy, R.; Gardner, D.; Walls, M. 2007: Simulating the behaviour of light inside Arctic dwellings: implications for assessing the role of vision in task performance. World Archaeology 39(1): 17-35
Fitzjohn, M. 2007: Viewing places: Gis applications for examining the perception of space in the mountains of Sicily. World Archaeology 39(1): 36-50
Fontijn, D. 2007: The significance of invisible places. World Archaeology 39(1): 70-83
Giles, K. 2007: Seeing and believing: visuality and space in pre-modern England. World Archaeology 39(1): 105-121
Llobera, M. 2007: Reconstructing visual landscapes. World Archaeology 39(1): 51-69
Lake, M. 2007: Viewing space. World Archaeology 39(1): 1-3
Chatford Clark, D.L. 2007: Viewing the liturgy: a space syntax study of changing visibility and accessibility in the development of the Byzantine church in Jordan. World Archaeology 39(1): 84-104
Osborne, R. 2007: Is archaeology equal to equality?. World Archaeology 39(2): 143-150
Frangipane, M. 2007: Different types of egalitarian societies and the development of inequality in early Mesopotamia. World Archaeology 39(2): 151-176
Vander Linden, M. 2007: For equalities are plural: reassessing the social in Europe during the third millennium bc. World Archaeology 39(2): 177-193
Max Friesen, T. 2007: Hearth rows, hierarchies and Arctic hunter-gatherers: the construction of equality in the Late Dorset period. World Archaeology 39(2): 194-214
Fitzjohn, M. 2007: Equality in the colonies: concepts of equality in Sicily during the eighth to six centuries bc. World Archaeology 39(2): 215-228
Westgate, R. 2007: The Greek house and the ideology of citizenship. World Archaeology 39(2): 229-245
Montón Subías, S. 2007: Interpreting archaeological continuities: an approach to transversal equality in the Argaric Bronze Age of south-east Iberia. World Archaeology 39(2): 246-262
Fernstål, L. 2007: Spoken words: equality and dynamics within a group of women skalds in the third century ad , Skovgrde, Denmark. World Archaeology 39(2): 263-280
Haber, A.F. 2007: Reframing social equality within an intercultural archaeology. World Archaeology 39(2): 281-297
Creighton, O. 2007: Contested townscapes: the walled city as world heritage. World Archaeology 39(3): 339-354
Card, N.; Downes, J.; Gibson, J.; Ovenden, S. 2007: Bringing a landscape to life? Researching and managing The Heart of Neolithic Orkney World Heritage Site. World Archaeology 39(3): 417-435
Bloxam, E.; Heldal, T. 2007: The industrial landscape of the Northern Faiyum Desert as a World Heritage Site: modelling the outstanding universal value of third millennium bc stone quarrying in Egypt. World Archaeology 39(3): 305-323
Muke, J.; Denham, T.; Genorupa, V. 2007: Nominating and managing a World Heritage Site in the highlands of Papua New Guinea. World Archaeology 39(3): 324-338
Darvill, T. 2007: Research frameworks for World Heritage Sites and the conceptualization of archaeological knowledge. World Archaeology 39(3): 436-457
Fletcher, R.; Johnson, I.; Bruce, E.; Khun-Neay, K. 2007: Living with heritage: site monitoring and heritage values in Greater Angkor and the Angkor World Heritage Site, Cambodia. World Archaeology 39(3): 385-405
Bourgeois, J.; DeWulf, A.; Goossens, R.; Gheyle, W. 2007: Saving the frozen Scythian tombs of the Altai Mountains (Central Asia). World Archaeology 39(3): 458-474
Kigongo, R.; Reid, A. 2007: Local communities, politics and the management of the Kasubi tombs, Uganda. World Archaeology 39(3): 371-384
Everill, P. 2007: A day in the life of a training excavation: teaching archaeological fieldwork in the Uk. World Archaeology 39(4): 483-498
Pamela Graves, C. 2007: Sensing and believing: exploring worlds of difference in pre-modern England: a contribution to the debate opened by Kate Giles. World Archaeology 39(4): 515-531
Hurcombe, L. 2007: A sense of materials and sensory perception in concepts of materiality. World Archaeology 39(4): 532-545
Witmore, C.L. 2007: Symmetrical archaeology: excerpts of a manifesto. World Archaeology 39(4): 546-562
Webmoor, T. 2007: What about one more turn after the social in archaeological reasoning? Taking things seriously. World Archaeology 39(4): 563-578
Olsen, B. 2007: Keeping things at arm's length: a genealogy of asymmetry. World Archaeology 39(4): 579-588
Shanks, M. 2007: Symmetrical archaeology. World Archaeology 39(4): 589-596
Gilligan, I. 2007: Neanderthal extinction and modern human behaviour: the role of climate change and clothing. World Archaeology 39(4): 499-514
Aubry, T.; Bradley, B.; Almeida, M.; Walter, B.; Neves, M.J.; Pelegrin, J.; Lenoir, M.; Tiffagom, M. 2008: Solutrean laurel leaf production at Matreaux: an experimental approach guided by techno-economic analysis. World Archaeology 40(1): 48-66
Mithen, S.; Jenkins, E.; Jamjoum, K.; Nuimat, S.; Nortcliff, S.; Finlayson, B. 2008: Experimental crop growing in Jordan to develop methodology for the identification of ancient crop irrigation. World Archaeology 40(1): 7-25
Molloy, B. 2008: Martial arts and materiality: a combat archaeology perspective on Aegean swords of the fifteenth and fourteenth centuries bc. World Archaeology 40(1): 116-134
Domínguez-Rodrigo, M. 2008: Conceptual premises in experimental design and their bearing on the use of analogy: an example from experiments on cut marks. World Archaeology 40(1): 67-82
Seetah, K. 2008: Modern analogy, cultural theory and experimental replication: a merging point at the cutting edge of archaeology. World Archaeology 40(1): 135-150
Evershed, R.P. 2008: Experimental approaches to the interpretation of absorbed organic residues in archaeological ceramics. World Archaeology 40(1): 26-47
Hurcombe, L. 2008: Organics from inorganics: using experimental archaeology as a research tool for studying perishable material culture. World Archaeology 40(1): 83-115
Jeffra, C. 2008: Hair and potters: an experimental look at temper. World Archaeology 40(1): 151-161
Kamash, Z. 2008: What lies beneath? Perceptions of the ontological paradox of water. World Archaeology 40(2): 224-237
Flohr Sørensen, T.; Bille, M. 2008: Flames of transformation: the role of fire in cremation practices. World Archaeology 40(2): 253-267
Ishihara, R. 2008: Rising clouds, blowing winds: Late Classic Maya rain rituals in the Main Chasm, Aguateca, Guatemala. World Archaeology 40(2): 169-189
Stevens, F. 2008: Elemental interplay: the production, circulation and deposition of Bronze Age metalwork in Britain and Ireland. World Archaeology 40(2): 238-252
Richards, C. 2008: The substance of Polynesian voyaging. World Archaeology 40(2): 206-223
MacGregor, G. 2008: Elemental bodies: the nature of transformative practices during the late third and second millennium bc in Scotland. World Archaeology 40(2): 268-280
Lycett, S.J.; Gowlett, J.A.J. 2008: On questions surrounding the Acheulean tradition. World Archaeology 40(3): 295-315
Tehrani, J.J.; Riede, F. 2008: Towards an archaeology of pedagogy: learning, teaching and the generation of material culture traditions. World Archaeology 40(3): 316-331
Robb, J. 2008: Tradition and agency: human body representations in later prehistoric Europe. World Archaeology 40(3): 332-353
Roberts, B. 2008: Creating traditions and shaping technologies: understanding the earliest metal objects and metal production in Western Europe. World Archaeology 40(3): 354-372
Meskell, L. 2008: The nature of the beast: curating animals and ancestors at atalhyk. World Archaeology 40(3): 373-389
Skoglund, P. 2008: Stone ships: continuity and change in Scandinavian prehistory. World Archaeology 40(3): 390-406
Vidal Lorenzo, C. 2008: Funerary traditions and death worship in the church of the Borgia in Ganda: interpretations from archaeology. World Archaeology 40(3): 407-426
Hingley, R. 2008: Not so Romanized? Tradition, reinvention or discovery in the study of Roman Britain. World Archaeology 40(3): 427-443
Pobiner, B.L. 2008: Apples and oranges again: comment on Conceptual premises in experimental design and their bearing on the use of analogy: an example from experiments on cut marks. World Archaeology 40(4): 466-479
Riel-Salvatore, J.; Miller, A.E.; Clark, G.A. 2008: An empirical evaluation of the case for a Chtelperronian-Aurignacian interstratification at Grotte des Fes de Chtelperron. World Archaeology 40(4): 480-492
Teyssandier, N. 2008: Revolution or evolution: the emergence of the Upper Paleolithic in Europe. World Archaeology 40(4): 493-519
Luis Lanata, J.; Martino, L.; Osella, A.; Garcia-Herbst, A. 2008: Demographic conditions necessary to colonize new spaces: the case for early human dispersal in the Americas. World Archaeology 40(4): 520-537
Hudson, B. 2008: Restoration and reconstruction of monuments at Bagan (Pagan), Myanmar (Burma), 19952008. World Archaeology 40(4): 553-571
Nick Kardulias, P.; Hall, T.D. 2008: Archaeology and world-systems analysis. World Archaeology 40(4): 572-583
Kenward, H.; Hall, A. 2008: Urban organic archaeology: an irreplaceable palaeoecological archive at risk. World Archaeology 40(4): 584-596
White, A.A. 2008: A developmental perspective on technological change. World Archaeology 40(4): 597-608
Lane, K. 2009: Engineered highlands: the social organization of water in the ancient north-central Andes ( Ad 10001480). World Archaeology 41(1): 169-190
Sayer, D. 2009: Medieval waterways and hydraulic economics: monasteries, towns and the East Anglian fen. World Archaeology 41(1): 134-150
Stride, S.; Rondelli, B.; Mantellini, S. 2009: Canals versus horses: political power in the oasis of Samarkand. World Archaeology 41(1): 73-87
Braemer, F.; Genequand, D.; Maridat, C.D.; Blanc, P.-M.; Dentzer, J.-M.; Gazagne, D.; Wech, P. 2009: Long-term management of water in the Central Levant: the Hawran case (Syria). World Archaeology 41(1): 36-57
Kirchner, H. 2009: Original design, tribal management and modifications in medieval hydraulic systems in the Balearic Islands (Spain). World Archaeology 41(1): 151-168
Angelucci, D.E.; Boschian, G.; Fontanals, M.; Pedrotti, A.; Vergès, J.M. 2009: Shepherds and karst: the use of caves and rock-shelters in the Mediterranean region during the Neolithic. World Archaeology 41(2): 191-214
Bailey, G.; Galanidou, N. 2009: Caves, palimpsests and dwelling spaces: examples from the Upper Palaeolithic of south-east Europe. World Archaeology 41(2): 215-241
Almeida, F.; Moreno-García, M.; Angelucci, D.E. 2009: From under the bulldozer's claws: the Ee15 Late Gravettian occupation surface of the Lagar Velho rock-shelter. World Archaeology 41(2): 242-261
Arias, P. 2009: Rites in the dark? An evaluation of the current evidence for ritual areas at Magdalenian cave sites. World Archaeology 41(2): 262-294
Prufer, K.M.; Dunham, P.S. 2009: A shaman's burial from an Early Classic cave in the Maya Mountains of Belize, Central America. World Archaeology 41(2): 295-320
Clack, T. 2009: Sheltering experience in underground places: thinking through precolonial Chagga Caves on Mount Kilimanjaro. World Archaeology 41(2): 321-344
Chu, W. 2009: A functional approach to Paleolithic open-air habitation structures. World Archaeology 41(3): 348-362
Shepperson, M. 2009: Planning for the sun: urban forms as a Mesopotamian response to the sun. World Archaeology 41(3): 363-378
Romankiewicz, T. 2009: Simple stones but complex constructions: analysis of architectural developments in the Scottish Iron Age. World Archaeology 41(3): 379-395
Scattolin, M.C.; Cortés, L.I.; Bugliani, M.F.; Calo, C.M.; Domingorena, L.P.; Izeta, A.D.; Lazzari, M. 2009: Built landscapes of everyday life: a house in an early agricultural village of north-western Argentina. World Archaeology 41(3): 396-414
Finneran, N. 2009: Built by angels? Towards a buildings archaeology context for the rock-hewn medieval churches of Ethiopia. World Archaeology 41(3): 415-429
Normark, J. 2009: The making of a home: assembling houses at Nohcacab, Mexico. World Archaeology 41(3): 430-444
Thompson, V.D. 2009: The Mississippian production of space through earthen pyramids and public buildings on the Georgia coast, Usa. World Archaeology 41(3): 445-470
King, C. 2009: The interpretation of urban buildings: power, memory and appropriation in Norwich merchants' houses, c . 14001660. World Archaeology 41(3): 471-488
Trebsche, P. 2009: Does form follow function? Towards a methodical interpretation of archaeological building features. World Archaeology 41(3): 505-519
Reynolds, A. 2009: The archaeology of buildings: introduction. World Archaeology 41(3): 345-347
Roscoe, P. 2009: On the Pacification of the European Neolithic: ethnographic analogy and the neglect of history. World Archaeology 41(4): 578-588
Juleff, G. 2009: Technology and evolution: a root and branch view of Asian iron from first-millennium bc Sri Lanka to Japanese steel. World Archaeology 41(4): 557-577
Aitchison, K. 2009: After the gold rush: global archaeology in 2009. World Archaeology 41(4): 659-671
Harding, A. 2009: Towards a European archaeology. World Archaeology 41(4): 629-640
Zangrando, A.F. 2009: Is fishing intensification a direct route to hunter-gatherer complexity? A case study from the Beagle Channel region (Tierra del Fuego, southern South America). World Archaeology 41(4): 589-608
Frachetti, M.D.; Benecke, N.; Mar'yashev, A.N.; Doumani, P.N. 2010: Eurasian pastoralists and their shifting regional interactions at the steppe margin: settlement history at Mukri, Kazakhstan. World Archaeology 42(4): 622-646
Kristiansen, K. 2009: Contract archaeology in Europe: an experiment in diversity. World Archaeology 41(4): 641-648
Willems, W.J.H. 2009: European and world archaeologies. World Archaeology 41(4): 649-658
Chazan, M.; Horwitz, L.K. 2009: Milestones in the development of symbolic behaviour: a case study from Wonderwerk Cave, South Africa. World Archaeology 41(4): 521-539
Cooney, G. 2009: European and global archaeologies. World Archaeology 41(4): 626-628
Greenfield, H.J. 2010: The Secondary Products Revolution: the past, the present and the future. World Archaeology 42(1): 29-54
MacKinnon, M. 2010: Cattle breed variation and improvement in Roman Italy: connecting the zooarchaeological and ancient textual evidence. World Archaeology 42(1): 55-73
Crabtree, P.J. 2010: Agricultural innovation and socio-economic change in early medieval Europe: evidence from Britain and France. World Archaeology 42(1): 122-136
Argent, G. 2010: Do the clothes make the horse? Relationality, roles and statuses in Iron Age Inner Asia. World Archaeology 42(2): 157-174
Armstrong Oma, K. 2010: Between trust and domination: social contracts between humans and animals. World Archaeology 42(2): 175-187
Orton, D. 2010: Both subject and object: herding, inalienability and sentient property in prehistory. World Archaeology 42(2): 188-200
Pluskowski, A. 2010: The zooarchaeology of medieval Christendom: ideology, the treatment of animals and the making of medieval Europe. World Archaeology 42(2): 201-214
McNiven, I.J. 2010: Navigating the human-animal divide: marine mammal hunters and rituals of sensory allurement. World Archaeology 42(2): 215-230
Insoll, T. 2010: Talensi animal sacrifice and its archaeological implications. World Archaeology 42(2): 231-244
Paisley, S.; Saunders, N.J. 2010: A god forsaken: the sacred bear in Andean iconography and cosmology. World Archaeology 42(2): 245-260
Kristoffersen, S. 2010: Half beasthalf man: hybrid figures in animal art. World Archaeology 42(2): 261-272
Shapland, A. 2010: The Minoan lion: presence and absence on Bronze Age Crete. World Archaeology 42(2): 273-289
MacKinnon, M. 2010: Sick as a dog: zooarchaeological evidence for pet dog health and welfare in the Roman world. World Archaeology 42(2): 290-309
Lindstrøm, T.C. 2010: The animals of the arena: how and why could their destruction and death be endured and enjoyed?. World Archaeology 42(2): 310-323
Isaac, G.L.. 1969: Studies of early culture in East Africa. World Archaeology 1(1): 1-28
Sankalia, H.D. 1969: Problems in Indian archaeology, and methods and techniques adopted to tackle them. World Archaeology 1(1): 29-40
Fagg, B. 1969: Recent work in West Africa: New light on the Nok Culture. World Archaeology 1(1): 41-50
Hensel, W. 1969: The origins of western and eastern Slav towns. World Archaeology 1(1): 51-60
Kendall, D.G. 1969: Some problems and methods in statistical archaeology. World Archaeology 1(1): 68-76
Scollar, I. 1969: Some techniques for the evaluation of archaeological magnetometer surveys. World Archaeology 1(1): 77-89
Hodson, F.R. 1969: Searching for structure within multivariate archaeological data. World Archaeology 1(1): 90-105
Ralph, M.; Rowlett, E.S.‐J.; Boureux, M.; Friedlander, J.; van Zeist, W.; Hopf, M. 1969: A rectangular Early La Tne Marnian house at Chassemy (Aisne). World Archaeology 1(1): 106-135
Thomas, H.L.; Ehrich, R.W. 1969: Some problems in chronology. World Archaeology 1(2): 143-156
Ralph, E.K.; Han, M.C. 1969: Potential of thermoluminescence in supplementing radiocarbon dating. World Archaeology 1(2): 157-169
Evans, J.G. 1969: Land and freshwater Mollusca in archaeology: Chronological aspects. World Archaeology 1(2): 170-183
Shawcross, W. 1969: Archaeology with a short, isolated timescale: New Zealand. World Archaeology 1(2): 184-199
Dolley, M. 1969: Medieval British and Irish coins as dating evidence for the archaeologist. World Archaeology 1(2): 200-207
Biddle, M.; Kjølbye‐Biddle, B. 1969: Metres, areas and robbing. World Archaeology 1(2): 208-219
Barker, P. 1969: Some aspects of the excavation of timber buildings. World Archaeology 1(2): 220-235
Mate, M.S. 1969: Building in ancient India. World Archaeology 1(2): 236-246
Fleming, A. 1969: The myth of the mothergoddess. World Archaeology 1(2): 247-261
David, N. 1971: The Fulani compound and the archaeologist. World Archaeology 3(2): 111-131
Cranstone, B.A.L. 1971: The Tifalmin: A Neolithic people in New Guinea. World Archaeology 3(2): 132-142
Gould, R.A. 1971: The archaeologist as ethnographer: A case from the Western desert of Australia. World Archaeology 3(2): 143-177
van der Merwe, N.J.; Scully, R.T.K. 1971: The Phalaborwa story: Archaeological and enthnographic investigation of a South African iron age group. World Archaeology 3(2): 178-196
Lauer, P.K. 1971: Changing patterns of pottery trade to the Trobriand Islands. World Archaeology 3(2): 197-209
Rowlands, M.J. 1971: The archaeological interpretation of prehistoric metalworking. World Archaeology 3(2): 210-224
Gathercole, P. 1971: Patterns in prehistory: An examination of the later thinking of V. Gordon childe. World Archaeology 3(2): 225-232
Doran, J. 1970: Systems theory, computer simulations and archaeology. World Archaeology 1(3): 289-298
Hodson, F.R. 1970: Cluster analysis and archaeology: Some new developments and applications. World Archaeology 1(3): 299-320
Graham, J.M.; Roe, D. 1970: Discrimination of British Lower and Middle Palaeolithic handaxe groups using canonical variates. World Archaeology 1(3): 321-337
Orton, C.R. 1970: The production of pottery from a Romano British kiln site: A statistical investigation. World Archaeology 1(3): 343-358
Peacock, D.P.S. 1970: The scientific analysis of ancient ceramics: A review. World Archaeology 1(3): 375-389
Clark, J.D.; Haynes, C.V. 1970: An elephant butchery site at Mwanganda's Village, Karonga, Malawi, and its relevance for Palaeolithic archaeology. World Archaeology 1(3): 390-411
Gilead, D. 1970: Handaxe industries in Israel and the Near East. World Archaeology 2(1): 1-11
Wymer, J.; Singer, R. 1970: The first season of excavations at ClactononSea, Essex, England: A brief report. World Archaeology 2(1): 12-16
Collins, D. 1970: Stone artefact analysis and the recognition of culture traditions. World Archaeology 2(1): 17-27
Valoch, K. 1970: Early Middle Palaeolithic (Stratum 14) in the Kulna Cave near Sloup in the Moravian Karst (Czechoslovakia). World Archaeology 2(1): 28-38
Bordes, F.; de Sonneville‐Bordes, D. 1970: The significance of variability in Palaeolithic assemblages. World Archaeology 2(1): 61-73
Mellars, P. 1970: Some comments on the notion of functional variability in stonetool assemblages. World Archaeology 2(1): 74-89
Schledermann, H. 1970: The idea of the town: Typology, definitions and approaches to the study of the medieval town in northern Europe. World Archaeology 2(2): 115-127
van Regteren Altena, H.H. 1970: The origins and development of Dutch towns. World Archaeology 2(2): 128-140
Whitehouse, D. 1970: Sirf: A medieval port on the Persian Gulf. World Archaeology 2(2): 141-158
Wheatley, P. 1970: Archaeology and the Chinese city. World Archaeology 2(2): 159-185
Haviland, W.A. 1970: Tikal, Guatemala and Mesoamerican urbanism. World Archaeology 2(2): 186-198
Smith, R.H. 1970: An approach to the drawing of pottery and small finds for excavation reports. World Archaeology 2(2): 212-228
Whitehouse, R. 1971: The last huntergatherers in southern Italy. World Archaeology 2(3): 239-254
Jarman, M. 1971: Culture and economy in the north Italian Neolithic. World Archaeology 2(3): 255-265
Coutts, P.; Higham, C. 1971: The seasonal factor in prehistoric New Zealand. World Archaeology 2(3): 266-277
Gorman, C. 1971: The Hoabinhian and after: Subsistence patterns in Southeast Asia during the late Pleistocene and early recent periods. World Archaeology 2(3): 300-320
Trigger, B. 1971: Archaeology and ecology. World Archaeology 2(3): 321-336
Ansari, Z.D.; Dhavalikar, M.K. 1971: New light on the prehistoric cultures of Central India. World Archaeology 2(3): 337-346
Bradley, R. 1971: Trade competition and artefact distribution. World Archaeology 2(3): 347-352
Peltenburg, E. 1971: Some early developments of vitreous materials. World Archaeology 3(1): 6-12
Nicklin, K. 1971: Stability and innovation in pottery manufacture. World Archaeology 3(1): 13-98
Dayton, J.E. 1971: The problem of tin in the ancient world. World Archaeology 3(1): 49-104
Collis, J.R. 1971: Functional and theoretical interpretations of British coinage. World Archaeology 3(1): 71-84
Newcomer, M.H. 1971: Some quantitative experiments in handaxe manufacture. World Archaeology 3(1): 85-94
Graindor, M.‐J. 1972: Upper Palaeolithic rock engravings at Gouy (France). World Archaeology 3(3): 243-251
Hahn, J. 1972: Aurignacian signs, pendants and art objects in Central and Eastern Europe. World Archaeology 3(3): 252-266
Shih, H. Y. 1972: The study of ancient Chinese bronzes as art and craft. World Archaeology 3(3): 267-275
Megaw, J.V.S. 1972: Style and style groupings in continental early La Tne art. World Archaeology 3(3): 276-292
Abramowicz, A.; Poklewski, T. 1972: The fourteenthcentury frescoes of Ld. World Archaeology 3(3): 293-300
Crawford, I.M. 1972: Function and change in aboriginal rock art, Western Australia. World Archaeology 3(3): 301-312
Phillipson, D.W. 1972: Zambian rock paintings. World Archaeology 3(3): 313-327
Leakey, M.D.; Hay, R.L.; Thurber, D.L.; Protsch, R.; Berger, R. 1972: Stratigraphy, archaeology, and age of the Ndutu and Naisiusiu Beds, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. World Archaeology 3(3): 328-341
Smith, P.E.L. 1972: Changes in population pressure in archaeological explanation. World Archaeology 4(1): 5-18
Watson, W. 1972: The Chinese contribution to eastern nomad culture in the preHan and early Han periods. World Archaeology 4(2): 139-149
Leshnik, L.S. 1972: Pastoral nomadism in the archaeology of India and Pakistan. World Archaeology 4(2): 150-166
Taylor, W.W. 1972: The huntergatherer nomads of northern Mexico: A comparison of the archival and archaeological records. World Archaeology 4(2): 167-178
Fleming, A. 1972: The genesis of pastoralism in European prehistory. World Archaeology 4(2): 179-191
Bradley, R. 1972: Prehistorians and pastoralists in Neolithic and Bronze Age England. World Archaeology 4(2): 192-204
Morgan, C.G. 1973: Archaeology and explanation. World Archaeology 4(3): 259-276
Bonnichsen, R. 1973: Millie's Camp: An experiment in archaeology. World Archaeology 4(3): 277-291
Azoury, I.; Hodson, F.R. 1973: Comparing palaeolithic assemblages: Ksar akil, a case study. World Archaeology 4(3): 292-306
Laville, H. 1973: The relative position of Mousterian industries in the climatic chronology of the early Wrm in the Prigord. World Archaeology 4(3): 323-329
Laville, H.; Rigaud, J.‐P. 1973: The perigordian V industries in prigord: Typological variations, stratigraphy and relative chronology. World Archaeology 4(3): 330-338
Frey, O. H.; Schwappach, F. 1973: Studies in early Celtic design. World Archaeology 4(3): 339-356
Ericson, J.E.; Stickel, E.G. 1973: A proposed classification system for ceramics. World Archaeology 4(3): 357-367
Jope, E.M. 1973: The transmission of new ideas: Archaeological evidence for implant and dispersal. World Archaeology 4(3): 368-373
Thomas, C. 1973: Irish colonists in southwest Britain. World Archaeology 5(1): 5-13
Green, R.C. 1973: The conquest of the conquistadors. World Archaeology 5(1): 14-31
Yen, D.E. 1973: Ethnobotany from the voyages of Mendaa and Quiros in the Pacific. World Archaeology 5(1): 32-43
Allen, J. 1973: The archaeology of nineteenthcentury British imperialism: An Australian case study. World Archaeology 5(1): 44-60
Harris, E.C. 1973: Bergen, Bryggen 1972: The evolution of a harbour front. World Archaeology 5(1): 61-71
Coutts, P.; Jurisich, M. 1973: Canine passengers in Maori canoes. World Archaeology 5(1): 72-85
Sankalia, H.D. 1973: Prehistoric colonization in India. World Archaeology 5(1): 86-91
Misra, V.N. 1973: Bagor A late mesolithic settlement in northwest India. World Archaeology 5(1): 92-110
Beale, T.W. 1973: Early trade in highland Iran: A view from a source area. World Archaeology 5(2): 133-148
Posnansky, M. 1973: Aspects of early West African trade. World Archaeology 5(2): 149-162
Heldman, D.P. 1973: Fort Toulouse of the Alabamas and the eighteenthcentury Indian trade. World Archaeology 5(2): 163-169
Lathrap, D.W. 1973: The antiquity and importance of longdistance trade relationships in the moist tropics of pre Columbian South America. World Archaeology 5(2): 170-186
Hood, S. 1973: An early oriental cylinder seal impression from Romania?. World Archaeology 5(2): 187-197
Macknight, C.C. 1973: The nature of early maritime trade: Some points of analogy from the eastern part of the Indonesian archipelago. World Archaeology 5(2): 198-208
Robbins, L.H. 1973: Turkana material culture viewed from an archaeological perspective. World Archaeology 5(2): 209-214
Rathje, W.L.; Sabloff, J.A. 1973: Ancient Maya commercial systems: A research design for the island of Cozumel, Mexico. World Archaeology 5(2): 221-231
Crawford, H.E.W. 1973: Mesopotamia's invisible exports in the third millennium B.C. World Archaeology 5(2): 232-241
Stjernquist, B. 1977: Approaches to settlement archaeology in Sweden. World Archaeology 9(3): 251-264
Bradley, R. 1977: Prehistoric field systems in Britain and northwest Europe A review of some recent work. World Archaeology 9(3): 265-280
Conrad, G.W. 1977: Models of compromise in settlement pattern studies: An example from coastal Peru. World Archaeology 9(3): 281-298
Irwin, G.J. 1977: Pots and entrepts: A study of settlement, trade and the development of economic specialization in Papuan prehistory. World Archaeology 9(3): 299-319
Hirth, K.G. 1977: Teotihuacn regional population administration in Eastern Morelos. World Archaeology 9(3): 320-333
Hurst, H.; Stager, L.E. 1977: A metropolitan landscape: The late Punic port of Carthage. World Archaeology 9(3): 334-346
Marshall, A.J. 1977: Environment and agriculture during the iron age: Statistical analysis of changing settlement ecology. World Archaeology 9(3): 347-356
Foard, G. 1977: Systematic fieldwalking and the investigation of Saxon settlement in Northamptonshire. World Archaeology 9(3): 357-374
Stiles, D.N.; Hay, R.L.; O'Neil, J.R. 1974: The Mnk Chert factory site, Olduvai Gorge, Tanzania. World Archaeology 5(3): 285-308
Allen, H. 1974: The Bagundji of the darling basin: Cereal gatherers in an uncertain environment. World Archaeology 5(3): 309-322
Keeley, L.H. 1974: Technique and methodology in microwear studies: A critical review. World Archaeology 5(3): 323-336
Dewez, M.C. 1974: New hypotheses concerning two engraved bones from la grotte de Remouchamps, belgium. World Archaeology 5(3): 337-345
Allchin, B.; Goudie, A. 1974: Pushkar: Prehistory and climatic change in Western India. World Archaeology 5(3): 358-368
Joshi, R.V.; Rajaguru, S.N.; Pappu, R.S.; Bopardikar, B.P. 1974: Quaternary glaciation and Palaeolithic sites in the Liddar Valley (Jammu Kashmir). World Archaeology 5(3): 369-379
Chang, K.C. 1974: Urbanism and the king in ancient China. World Archaeology 6(1): 1-14
O'Connor, D. 1974: Political systems and archaeological data in Egypt: 26001780 B.C. World Archaeology 6(1): 15-38
Adams, W.Y. 1974: Sacred and secular polities in ancient Nubia. World Archaeology 6(1): 39-51
Engelbrecht, W. 1974: The Iroquois: Archaeological patterning on the tribal level. World Archaeology 6(1): 52-65
Keatinge, R.W. 1974: Chimu rural administrative centres in the Moche Valley, Peru. World Archaeology 6(1): 66-82
Marcus, J. 1974: The iconography of power among the Classic Maya. World Archaeology 6(1): 83-94
Trigger, B. 1974: The archaeology of government. World Archaeology 6(1): 95-106
The Members of SARG, 1974: Sarg: A cooperative approach towards understanding the locations of human settlement. World Archaeology 6(1): 107-116
JoWatson, P.; LeBlanc, S.A.; Redman, C.L. 1974: The covering law model in archaeology: Practical uses and formal interpretations. World Archaeology 6(2): 125-132
Morgan, C.G. 1974: Explanation and scientific archaeology. World Archaeology 6(2): 133-137
Newcomer, M.H. 1974: Study and replication of bone tools from Ksar Akil (Lebanon). World Archaeology 6(2): 138-153
McIntosh, R.J. 1974: Archaeology and mud wall decay in a West African village. World Archaeology 6(2): 154-171
Hodder, I. 1974: Regression analysis of some trade and marketing patterns. World Archaeology 6(2): 172-189
Frankel, D. 1974: Intersite relationships in the middle bronze age of Cyprus. World Archaeology 6(2): 190-208
Fry, R.E.; Cox, S.C. 1974: The structure of ceramic exchange at Tikal, Guatemala. World Archaeology 6(2): 209-225
Grebinger, P.; Adam, D.P. 1974: Hard times?: Classic period Hohokam cultural development in the Tucson Basin, Arizona. World Archaeology 6(2): 226-241
Crawford, H.E.W. 1974: The problem of tin in Mesopotamian bronzes. World Archaeology 6(2): 242-247
Mackensen, M. 1975: The state of research on the Norican silver coinage. World Archaeology 6(3): 249-275
Bisson, M.S. 1975: Copper currency in central Africa: The archaeological evidence. World Archaeology 6(3): 276-292
Balmuth, M.S. 1975: The critical moment: The transition from currency to coinage in the eastern Mediterranean. World Archaeology 6(3): 293-298
Reece, R. 1975: Roman currency: New thoughts and problems. World Archaeology 6(3): 299-306
Ottaway, B.; Strahm, C. 1975: Swiss Neolithic copper beads: Currency, ornament or prestige items?. World Archaeology 6(3): 307-321
Browman, D.L. 1975: Trade patterns in the Central Highlands of Peru in the first millennium B.C. World Archaeology 6(3): 322-329
Dhavalikar, M.K. 1975: The beginning of coinage in India. World Archaeology 6(3): 330-338
Adovasio, J.M.; Fry, G.F.; Gunn, J.D.; Maslowski, R.F. 1975: Prehistoric and historic settlement patterns in western Cyprus (with a discussion of Cypriot Neolithic stone tool technology). World Archaeology 6(3): 339-364
Kinnes, I. 1975: Monumental function in British Neolithic burial practices. World Archaeology 7(1): 16-29
Buck, D.D. 1975: Three Han dynasty tombs at Mawangtui. World Archaeology 7(1): 30-45
Hunter, J.R. 1975: Glasses from Scandinavian burials in the first millennium A.D. World Archaeology 7(1): 79-86
Kjølbye‐Biddle, B. 1975: A cathedral cemetery: Problems in excavation and interpretation. World Archaeology 7(1): 87-108
Harris, E.C. 1975: The stratigraphic sequence: A question of time. World Archaeology 7(1): 109-121
Taylor, R.E. 1975: Fluorine diffusion: A new dating method for chipped lithic materials. World Archaeology 7(2): 125-135
Fleischer, R.L. 1975: Advances in fission track dating. World Archaeology 7(2): 136-150
Ericson, J.E. 1975: New results in obsidian hydration dating. World Archaeology 7(2): 151-159
Tarling, D.H. 1975: Archaeomagnetism: The dating of archaeological materials by their magnetic properties. World Archaeology 7(2): 185-197
Curtis, G.H. 1975: Improvements in potassiumargon dating: 19621975. World Archaeology 7(2): 198-209
Bannister, B.; Robinson, W.J. 1975: Treering dating in archaeology. World Archaeology 7(2): 210-225
Odell, G.H. 1975: Microwear in perspective: A sympathetic response to Lawrence H. Keeley. World Archaeology 7(2): 226-240
Schlesinger, W. 1976: Early medieval fortifications in Hesse: A general historical report. World Archaeology 7(3): 243-260
Chakrabarti, D.K. 1976: Rjagriha: An early historic site in East India. World Archaeology 7(3): 261-268
Murra, J.V.; Morris, C. 1976: Dynastic oral tradition, administrative records and archaeology in the Andes. World Archaeology 7(3): 269-279
Muckelroy, K. 1976: The integration of historical and archaeological data concerning an historic wreck site: The Kennemerland. World Archaeology 7(3): 280-290
Coutts, P.J.F. 1976: An approach to the investigation of colonial settlement patterns: Whaling in Southern New Zealand. World Archaeology 7(3): 291-305
Birmingham, J. 1976: The archaeological contribution to nineteenthcentury history: Some Australian case studies. World Archaeology 7(3): 306-317
Maggs, T. 1976: Iron age patterns and Sotho history on the southern Highveld: South Africa. World Archaeology 7(3): 318-332
Myers, T.P. 1976: Isolation and ceramic change: A case from the Ucayali River, Peru. World Archaeology 7(3): 333-351
Ehret, C. 1976: Linguistic evidence and its correlation with archaeology. World Archaeology 8(1): 5-18
Blust, R. 1976: Austronesian culture history: Some linguistic inferences and their relations to the archaeological record. World Archaeology 8(1): 19-43
Mallory, J.P. 1976: Time perspective and protoindo European culture. World Archaeology 8(1): 44-56
Wild, J.P. 1976: Loanwards and roman expansion in North West Europe. World Archaeology 8(1): 57-64
Phillipson, D.W. 1976: Archaeology and Bantu linguistics. World Archaeology 8(1): 65-82
Kinkade, M.D.; Powell, J.V. 1976: Language and the prehistory of North America. World Archaeology 8(1): 83-100
Kaufman, T. 1976: Archaeological and linguistic correlations in Mayaland and associated areas of Meso America. World Archaeology 8(1): 101-118
Paulsen, A.C. 1976: Environment and empire: Climatic factors in prehistoric Andean culture change. World Archaeology 8(2): 121-132
Shaw, B.D. 1976: Climate, environment and prehistory in the Sahara. World Archaeology 8(2): 133-149
Osborne, P.J. 1976: Evidence from the insects of climatic variation during the Flandrian period: A preliminary note. World Archaeology 8(2): 150-158
Hubbard, R.N.L.B. 1976: Crops and climate in prehistoric Europe. World Archaeology 8(2): 159-168
Eaton, E.R.; McKerrell, H. 1976: Near eastern alloying and some textual evidence for the early use of arsenical copper. World Archaeology 8(2): 169-191
Casteel, R.W. 1976: Comparison of column and whole unit samples for recovering fish remains. World Archaeology 8(2): 192-196
Carter, P.L. 1976: The effects of climatic change on settlement in eastern Lesotho during the middle and later stone age. World Archaeology 8(2): 197-206
Potter, T.W. 1976: Valleys and settlement: Some new evidence. World Archaeology 8(2): 207-219
Addyman, P.V.; Hood, J.S.R.; Kenward, H.K.; MacGregor, A.; Williams, D. 1976: Palaeoclimate in urban environmental archaeology at York, England: Problems and potential. World Archaeology 8(2): 220-233
Harpending, H.; Davis, H. 1977: Some implications for huntergatherer ecology derived from the spatial structure of resources. World Archaeology 8(3): 275-286
Meggers, B.J. 1977: Vegetational fluctuation and prehistoric cultural adaptation in Amazonia: Some tentative correlations. World Archaeology 8(3): 287-303
Linares, O.F. 1977: Adaptive strategies in western Panama. World Archaeology 8(3): 304-319
Rouse, I. 1977: Pattern and process in West Indian archaeology. World Archaeology 9(1): 1-11
Evans, J.D. 1977: Island archaeology in the Mediterranean: Problems and opportunities. World Archaeology 9(1): 12-26
Price, N.P.S. 1977: Colonization and continuity in the early prehistory of Cyprus. World Archaeology 9(1): 27-41
Glover, I.C. 1977: The late stone age in Eastern Indonesia. World Archaeology 9(1): 42-61
Davidson, J.M. 1977: Western Polynesia and Fiji: Prehistoric contact, diffusion and differentiation in adjacent archipelagos. World Archaeology 9(1): 82-94
Tainter, J.A.; Cordy, R.H. 1977: An archaeological analysis of social ranking and residence groups in prehistoric Hawaii. World Archaeology 9(1): 95-112
Harris, D.R. 1977: Socioeconomic archaeology and the Cambridge connection. World Archaeology 9(1): 113-119
Saile, D.G. 1977: Architecture in prehispanic Pueblo archaeology; examples from Chaco Canyon, New Mexico. World Archaeology 9(2): 157-173
Hewett, C. 1977: Understanding standing buildings. World Archaeology 9(2): 174-184
McIntosh, R.J. 1977: The excavation of mud structures: An experiment from West Africa. World Archaeology 9(2): 185-199
Coutts, P. 1977: Old buildings tell tales. World Archaeology 9(2): 200-219
Bakhuizen, S.C. 1977: Greek Steel. World Archaeology 9(2): 220-234
Schiffer, M.B.; Sullivan, A.P.; Klinger, T.C. 1978: The design of archaeological surveys. World Archaeology 10(1): 1-28
Daniels, S.G.H. 1978: Implications of error: Research design and the structure of archaeology. World Archaeology 10(1): 29-35
South, S. 1978: Research strategies for archaeological pattern recognition on historic sites. World Archaeology 10(1): 36-50
Crawford, I. 1978: Archaeological prospect and practical technique in an environmental region: The Western Isles Machairs. World Archaeology 10(1): 51-62
Clarke, D.V. 1978: Excavation and volunteers: A cautionary tale. World Archaeology 10(1): 63-70
Scollar, I. 1978: Computer image processing for archaeological air photographs. World Archaeology 10(1): 71-87
Nylén, E. 1978: The recording of unexcavated finds: Xray photography and photogrammetry. World Archaeology 10(1): 88-93
Paddayya, K. 1978: New research designs and field techniques in the palaeolithic archaeology of India. World Archaeology 10(1): 94-110
Oates, J. 1978: Religion and ritual in sixthmillennium B.C. Mesopotamia. World Archaeology 10(2): 117-124
Hijara, I. 1978: Three new graves at Arpachiyah. World Archaeology 10(2): 125-128
Schiemann, R. 1978: The relevance of archaeology to the study of ancient West Semitic religion. World Archaeology 10(2): 129-138
van Leuven, J.C. 1978: The mainland tradition of sanctuaries in prehistoric Greece. World Archaeology 10(2): 139-148
Ray, J.D. 1978: The world of North Saqqra. World Archaeology 10(2): 149-157
Poulík, J. 1978: The origins of Christianity in Slavonic countries north of the Middle Danube Basin. World Archaeology 10(2): 158-171
Marcus, J. 1978: Archaeology and religion: A comparison of the Zapotec and Maya. World Archaeology 10(2): 172-191
Christie, H. 1978: Lom stave church. World Archaeology 10(2): 192-203
Bender, B. 1978: Gathererhunter to farmer: A social perspective. World Archaeology 10(2): 204-222
Close, A.E. 1978: The identification of style in lithic artefacts. World Archaeology 10(2): 223-237
Deacon, H.J. 1979: Excavations at Boomplaas cave a sequence through the upper Pleistocene and Holocene in South Africa. World Archaeology 10(3): 241-257
Dortch, C. 1979: Devil's Lair, an example of prolonged cave use in South Western Australia. World Archaeology 10(3): 258-279
Moure‐Romanillo, J.A.; Cano‐Herrera, M.; Straus, L.G. 1979: Tito Bustillo cave (Asturias, Spain) and the Magdalenian of Cantabria. World Archaeology 10(3): 280-289
Collcutt, S.N. 1979: The analysis of quaternary cave sediments. World Archaeology 10(3): 290-301
Glover, I.C. 1979: The effects of sink action on archaeological deposits in caves: An Indonesian example. World Archaeology 10(3): 302-317
Solecki, R.S. 1979: Contemporary Kurdish wintertime inhabitants of Shanidar cave, Iraq. World Archaeology 10(3): 318-330
Straus, L.G. 1979: Caves: A palaeoanthropological resource. World Archaeology 10(3): 331-339
Serizawa, C. 1979: Cave sites in Japan. World Archaeology 10(3): 340-349
Biek, L.; Bayley, J. 1979: Glass and other vitreous materials. World Archaeology 11(1): 1-25
Rajpitak, W.; Seeley, N.J. 1979: The bronze bowls from Ban Don Ta Phet, Thailand: An enigma of prehistoric metallurgy. World Archaeology 11(1): 26-31
Pitts, M. 1979: Hides and antlers: A new look at the gathererhunter site at Star Carr, North Yorkshire, England. World Archaeology 11(1): 32-42
Waldren, W.H. 1979: A Beaker workshop area in the rock shelter of Son Matge, Mallorca. World Archaeology 11(1): 43-67
Craddock, P.T. 1979: The copper alloys of the Medieval Islamic world inheritors of the classical tradition. World Archaeology 11(1): 68-79
Mehlman, M.J. 1979: Mumba Hhle revisited: The relevance of a forgotten excavation to some current issues in east African prehistory. World Archaeology 11(1): 80-94
Ammerman, A.J. 1979: A study of obsidian exchange networks in Calabria. World Archaeology 11(1): 95-110
Harris, E.C. 1979: The laws of archaeological stratigraphy. World Archaeology 11(1): 111-117
Begler, E.B.; Keatinge, R.W. 1979: Theoretical goals and methodological realities: Problems in the reconstruction of prehistoric subsistence economies. World Archaeology 11(2): 208-226
Lourandos, H. 1980: Change or stability?: Hydraulics, huntergatherers and population in temperate Australia. World Archaeology 11(3): 245-264
van Liere, W.J. 1980: Traditional water management in the lower Mekong Basin. World Archaeology 11(3): 265-280
Kirke, C.M.S.G. 1980: Prehistoric agriculture in the Belize River valley. World Archaeology 11(3): 281-286
Farrington, I.S. 1980: The archaeology of irrigation canals, with special reference to Peru. World Archaeology 11(3): 287-305
Garbrecht, G. 1980: The water supply system at Tupa (Urartu). World Archaeology 11(3): 306-312
Miller, R. 1980: Water use in Syria and Palestine from the Neolithic to the Bronze Age. World Archaeology 11(3): 331-341
O'Brien, M.J.; Lewarch, D.E.; Mason, R.D.; Neely, J.A. 1980: Functional analysis of water control features at Monte Alban, Oaxaca, Mexico. World Archaeology 11(3): 342-355
Wells, P.S. 1980: Contact and change: An example on the fringes of the classical world. World Archaeology 12(1): 1-10
Bartel, B. 1980: Colonialism and cultural responses: Problems related to roman provincial analysis. World Archaeology 12(1): 11-26
Blagg, T.F.C. 1980: Roman civil and military architecture in the province of Britain: Aspects of patronage, influence and craft organization. World Archaeology 12(1): 27-42
Peacock, D.P.S. 1980: The Roman millstone trade: A petrological sketch. World Archaeology 12(1): 43-53
Vitelli, G. 1980: Grain storage and urban growth in imperial Ostia: A quantitative study. World Archaeology 12(1): 54-68
Hodder, I.; Millett, M. 1980: Romano British villas and towns: A systematic analysis. World Archaeology 12(1): 69-76
Reece, R. 1980: Town and country: The end of Roman Britain. World Archaeology 12(1): 77-92
Scott, K. 1980: Two hunting episodes of middle Palaeolithic age at La Cotte de Saint Brelade, Jersey (Channel Islands). World Archaeology 12(2): 137-152
Jones, P.R. 1980: Experimental butchery with modern stone tools and its relevance for Palaeolithic archaeology. World Archaeology 12(2): 153-165
Cahen, D.; Keeley, L.H. 1980: Not less than two, not more than three. World Archaeology 12(2): 166-180
Anderson, P.C. 1980: A testimony of prehistoric tasks: Diagnostic residues on stone tool working edges. World Archaeology 12(2): 181-194
Harrold, F.B. 1980: A comparative analysis of Eurasian Palaeolithic burials. World Archaeology 12(2): 195-211
Bahn, P.G. 1980: Cribbiting: Tethered horses in the Palaeolithic?. World Archaeology 12(2): 212-217
Cook, J. 1980: A reexamination of methods of study applicable to the British Lower Palaeolithic. World Archaeology 12(2): 218-225
Rimmer, J. 1981: An archaeoorganological survey of the Netherlands. World Archaeology 12(3): 233-245
Lund, C. 1981: The archaeomusicology of Scandinavia. World Archaeology 12(3): 246-265
Malinowski, T. 1981: Archaeology and musical instruments in Poland. World Archaeology 12(3): 266-272
Montagu, J. 1981: The conch in prehistory: Pottery, stone and natural. World Archaeology 12(3): 273-279
Holmes, P.; Coles, J.M. 1981: Prehistoric brass instruments. World Archaeology 12(3): 280-286
Duchesne‐Guillemin, M. 1981: Music in ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt. World Archaeology 12(3): 287-297
Landels, J.G. 1981: The reconstruction of ancient Greek auloi. World Archaeology 12(3): 298-302
Roberts, H. 1981: Reconstructing the Greek tortoiseshell lyre. World Archaeology 12(3): 303-312
Ginsberg‐Klar, M.E. 1981: The archaeology of musical instruments in Germany during the Roman period. World Archaeology 12(3): 313-320
Moyle, A.M. 1981: The Australian didjeridu : A late musical intrusion. World Archaeology 12(3): 321-331
Bailey, G.N. 1981: Concepts of resource exploitation: Continuity and discontinuity in palaeoeconomy. World Archaeology 13(1): 1-15
Mazel, A.; Parkington, J. 1981: Stone tools and resources: A case study from Southern Africa. World Archaeology 13(1): 16-30
Andresen, J.M.; Byrd, B.F.; Elson, M.D.; McGuire, R.H.; Mendoza, R.G.; Staski, E.; White, J.P. 1981: The deer hunters: Star Carr reconsidered. World Archaeology 13(1): 31-46
Murty, M.L.K. 1981: Huntergatherer ecosystems and archaeological patterns of subsistence behaviour on the southeast coast of India: An ethnographic model. World Archaeology 13(1): 47-58
Bogucki, P.I.; Grygiel, R. 1981: The household cluster at Brzesc Kujawski 3: Smallsite methodology in the polish lowlands. World Archaeology 13(1): 59-72
Bartel, B. 1981: Cultural associations and mechanisms of change in anthropomorphic figurines during the Neolithic in the eastern Mediterranean basin. World Archaeology 13(1): 73-86
Gunn, J.; Adams, R.E.W. 1981: Climatic change, culture, and civilization in North America. World Archaeology 13(1): 87-100
Marshall, A. 1981: Environmental adaptation and structural design in axiallypitched longhouses from Neolithic Europe. World Archaeology 13(1): 101-121
Collis, J. 1981: A typology of coin distributions. World Archaeology 13(1): 122-128
Chang, K.C. 1981: Archaeology and Chinese historiography. World Archaeology 13(2): 156-169
Audouze, F.; Leroi‐Gourhan, A. 1981: France: A continental insularity. World Archaeology 13(2): 170-189
Lorenzo, J.L. 1981: Archaeology south of the Rio Grande. World Archaeology 13(2): 190-208
Moberg, C. A. 1981: From artefacts to timetables to maps (to mankind?): Regional traditions in archaeological research in Scandinavia. World Archaeology 13(2): 209-221
Masry, A.H. 1981: Traditions of archeological research in the near east. World Archaeology 13(2): 222-239
Waterbolk, H.T. 1981: Archaeology in the Netherlands: Delta archaeology. World Archaeology 13(2): 240-254
Murray, T.; White, J.P. 1981: Cambridge in the bush? Archaeology in Australia and New Guinea. World Archaeology 13(2): 255-263
Bulkin, V.A.; Klejn, L.S.; Lebedev, G.S. 1982: Attainments and problems of Soviet archaeology. World Archaeology 13(3): 272-295
Ikawa‐Smith, F. 1982: Cotraditions in Japanese archaeology. World Archaeology 13(3): 296-309
Bar‐Yosef, O.; Mazar, A. 1982: Israeli archaeology. World Archaeology 13(3): 310-325
Chakrabarti, D.K. 1982: The development of archaeology in the Indian subcontinent. World Archaeology 13(3): 326-344
Posnansky, M. 1982: African archaeology comes of age. World Archaeology 13(3): 345-358
Schaedel, R.P.; Shimada, I. 1982: Peruvian archaeology, 194680: An analytic overview. World Archaeology 13(3): 359-371
Williams, D.P.; Watson, A. 1982: New observations on the prehistory and palaeoclimate of the Late Pleistocene in southern Africa. World Archaeology 13(3): 372-381
Guillén, A.C. 1982: The implications of dated monumental art from Chalcatzingo, Morelos, Mexico. World Archaeology 13(3): 382-393
Orton, C. 1982: Computer simulation experiments to assess the performance of measures of quantity of pottery. World Archaeology 14(1): 1-20
Gilbert, A.S.; Singer, B.H. 1982: Reassessing zooarchaeological quantification. World Archaeology 14(1): 21-40
Aldenderfer, M.S. 1982: Methods of cluster validation for archaeology. World Archaeology 14(1): 61-72
Rowlett, R.M.; Robbins, M.C. 1982: Estimating original assemblage content to adjust for postdepositional vertical artifact movement. World Archaeology 14(1): 73-83
Stahle, D.W.; Dunn, J.E. 1982: An analysis and application of the size distribution of waste flakes from the manufacture of bifacial stone tools. World Archaeology 14(1): 84-97
Hall, M. 1982: Quantifying trends in site location with multidimensional scaling. World Archaeology 14(1): 131-152
Fussell, A. 1982: Terrestrial photogrammetry in archaeology. World Archaeology 14(2): 157-172
O'Brien, M.J.; Beets, J.L.; Warren, R.E.; Hotrabhavananda, T.; Barney, T.W.; Voigt, E.E. 1982: Digital enhancement and greylevel slicing of aerial photographs: Techniques for archaeological analysis of intrasite variability. World Archaeology 14(2): 173-190
Scott, P.J. 1982: Drawing and measurement of finds a reflex action. World Archaeology 14(2): 191-199
Anderson, R.C. 1982: Photogrammetry: The pros and cons for archaeology. World Archaeology 14(2): 200-205
Dumont, J. 1982: The quantification of microwear traces: A new use for interferometry. World Archaeology 14(2): 206-217
Potter, T.W.; Whitehouse, D.B. 1982: A Roman building in the Cambridgeshire Fens, and some parallels near Rome. World Archaeology 14(2): 218-223
Moore, A.M.T. 1982: Agricultural origins in the Near East: A model for the 1980s. World Archaeology 14(2): 224-236
Barton, R.N.E.; Bergman, C.A. 1982: Hunters at Hengistbury: Some evidence from experimental archaeology. World Archaeology 14(2): 237-248
Rogers, A.R. 1982: Data collection and information loss in the study of spatial pattern. World Archaeology 14(2): 249-258
Schmider, B. 1982: The Magdalenian culture of the Paris riverbasin and its relationship with the Nordic cultures of the late Old Stone Age. World Archaeology 14(2): 259-269
Costa, P.M. 1983: Notes on traditional hydraulics and agriculture in Oman. World Archaeology 14(3): 273-295
Toueir, K. 1983: Heraqlah: A unique victory monument of Harun arRashid. World Archaeology 14(3): 296-304
Whitehouse, D. 1983: Maritime trade in the Gulf: The 11th and 12th centuries. World Archaeology 14(3): 328-334
Mate, M.S. 1983: Daulatabad: Road to Islamic archaeology in India. World Archaeology 14(3): 335-341
Helms, S.W. 1983: Kandahar of the Arab conquest. World Archaeology 14(3): 342-354
Redman, C.L. 1983: Comparative urbanism in the Islamic Far West. World Archaeology 14(3): 355-377
Keall, E.J. 1983: The dynamics of Zabid and its hinterland: The survey of a town on the Tihamah plain of North Yemen. World Archaeology 14(3): 378-392
Fedorov‐Davydov, G.A. 1983: Archaeological research in Central Asia of the Muslim period. World Archaeology 14(3): 393-405
Lynch, T.F. 1983: Camelid pastoralism and the emergence of Tiwanaku civilization in the South Central Andes. World Archaeology 15(1): 1-14
Levy, T.E. 1983: The emergence of specialized pastoralism in the southern Levant. World Archaeology 15(1): 15-36
Walker, M.J. 1983: Laying a megamyth: Dolmens and drovers in prehistoric Spain. World Archaeology 15(1): 37-50
Geddes, D.S. 1983: Neolithic transhumance in the Mediterranean Pyrenees. World Archaeology 15(1): 51-66
Robertshaw, P.T.; Collett, D.P. 1983: The identification of pastoral peoples in the archaeological record: An example from East Africa. World Archaeology 15(1): 67-78
Smith, A.B. 1983: Prehistoric pastoralism in the Southwestern Cape, South Africa. World Archaeology 15(1): 79-89
Sherratt, A. 1983: The secondary exploitation of animals in the Old World. World Archaeology 15(1): 90-104
Gilbert, A.S. 1983: On the origins of specialized nomadic pastoral ism in western Iran. World Archaeology 15(1): 105-119
Minchinton, W. 1983: World industrial archaeology: A survey. World Archaeology 15(2): 125-136
Nisser, M. 1983: Industrial archaeology in the Nordic countries, viewed from Sweden. World Archaeology 15(2): 137-147
Miller, C.P. 1983: Industrial archaeology in the Usa: Documenting the Pennsylvania Railway Ore Dock at Cleveland, Ohio. World Archaeology 15(2): 148-160
McCutcheon, W.A. 1983: Industrial archaeology: A case study in Northern Ireland. World Archaeology 15(2): 161-172
Caffyn, L. 1983: Housing in an industrial landscape: A study of workers housing in West Yorkshire. World Archaeology 15(2): 173-183
Newell, D. 1983: Technological innovation and persistence in the Ontario oilfields: Some evidence from industrial archaeology. World Archaeology 15(2): 184-195
Rostoker, W.; Bronson, B.; Dvorak, J.; Shen, G. 1983: Casting farm implements, comparable tools and hardware in Ancient China. World Archaeology 15(2): 196-210
Craddock, P.T.; Gurjar, L.K.; Hegde, K.T.M. 1983: Zinc production in medieval India. World Archaeology 15(2): 211-217
Trinder, B. 1983: A new course in industrial archaeology. World Archaeology 15(2): 218-223
Ashton, N.M. 1983: Spatial patterning in the middleupper Palaeolithic transition. World Archaeology 15(2): 224-235
Darvill, T.; McWhirr, A. 1984: Brick and tile production in Roman Britain: Models of economic organisation. World Archaeology 15(3): 239-261
Hall, M. 1984: Pots and politics: Ceramic interpretations in Southern Africa. World Archaeology 15(3): 262-273
Grange, R.T. 1984: Dating Pawnee sites by the ceramic formula method. World Archaeology 15(3): 274-293
Chui‐mei, H. 1984: Pottery in South China: River Xijiang and upper red river basins. World Archaeology 15(3): 294-325
Hole, F. 1984: Analysis of structure and design in prehistoric ceramics. World Archaeology 15(3): 326-347
Buko, A. 1984: Problems and research prospects in the determination of the provenance of pottery. World Archaeology 15(3): 348-365
Brandt, R.W.; van der Leeuw, S.E.; van Wijngaarden‐Bakker, L.H. 1984: Transformations in a Dutch estuary: Research in a wet landscape. World Archaeology 16(1): 1-17
Renouf, M.A.P. 1984: Northern coastal hunterfishers: An archaeological model. World Archaeology 16(1): 18-27
Rowley‐Conwy, P. 1984: Postglacial foraging and early farming economies in Japan and Korea: A west European perspective. World Archaeology 16(1): 28-42
Biagi, P.; Torke, W.; Tosi, M.; Uerpmann, H. P. 1984: Qurum: A case study of coastal archaeology in Northern Oman. World Archaeology 16(1): 43-61
Ceci, L. 1984: Shell midden deposits as coastal resources. World Archaeology 16(1): 62-74
Jones, K.L. 1984: Dune soils and Polynesian gardening near Hokianga North Head, North Island, New Zealand. World Archaeology 16(1): 75-88
Smith, A.B.; Kinahan, J. 1984: The invisible whale. World Archaeology 16(1): 89-97
Scarce, C. 1984: Archaeology and sealevel in westcentral France. World Archaeology 16(1): 98-107
Yesner, D.R. 1984: Population pressure in coastal environments: An archaeological test. World Archaeology 16(1): 108-127
Meacham, W. 1984: Coastal landforms and archaeology in the Hong Kong archipelago. World Archaeology 16(1): 128-135
Fladmark, K.R. 1984: Mountain of glass: Archaeology of the Mount Edziza obsidian source, British Columbia, Canada. World Archaeology 16(2): 139-156
Hester, T.R.; Shafer, H.J. 1984: Exploitation of chert resources by the ancient Maya of northern Belize, Central America. World Archaeology 16(2): 157-173
Lech, H.; Lech, J. 1984: The prehistoric flint mine at Wierzbica Zele: A case study from Poland. World Archaeology 16(2): 186-203
Walker, S. 1984: Marble origins by isotopic analysis. World Archaeology 16(2): 204-221
Willies, L.; Craddock, P.T.; Gurjar, L.J.; Hegde, K.T.M. 1984: Ancient lead and zinc mining in Rajasthan, India. World Archaeology 16(2): 222-233
Jones, K.L. 1984: Polynesian quarrying and flaking practices at the Samson Bay and Falls Creek argillite quarries, Tasman Bay, New Zealand. World Archaeology 16(2): 248-266
McBryde, I. 1984: Kulin greenstone quarries: The social contexts of production and distribution for the Mt William site. World Archaeology 16(2): 267-285
McGrail, S. 1985: Towards a classification of water transport. World Archaeology 16(3): 289-303
Forssell, H. 1985: The reconstruction of a sewn boat find from Lake Mekrijrvi. World Archaeology 16(3): 304-311
Redknap, M.; Fleming, M. 1985: The Goodwins archaeological survey: Towards a regional marine site register in Britain. World Archaeology 16(3): 312-328
Smith, R.C. 1985: The Caymanian catboat: A West Indian maritime legacy. World Archaeology 16(3): 329-336
McKillop, H.I. 1985: Prehistoric exploitation of the manatee in the Maya and circum Caribbean areas. World Archaeology 16(3): 337-353
Bell, T.L.; Church, R.L. 1985: Locationallocation modeling in archaeological settlement pattern research: Some preliminary applications. World Archaeology 16(3): 354-371
Roe, D. 1985: Studying stones: An introduction. World Archaeology 17(1): 1-2
Draper, N. 1985: Back to the drawing board: A simplified approach to assemblage variability in the Early Palaeolithic. World Archaeology 17(1): 3-19
Minzoni‐Déroche, A. 1985: Lithic artefacts interpretation: An empirical approach. World Archaeology 17(1): 20-31
Willoughby, P.R. 1985: Spheroids and battered stones in the African Early Stone Age. World Archaeology 17(1): 44-60
Hahn, J.; Owen, L.R. 1985: Blade technology in the Aurignacian and Gravettian of Geissenklsterle Cave, Southwest Germany. World Archaeology 17(1): 61-75
Shaffer, G.D. 1985: A study of structural stones in Calabria. World Archaeology 17(1): 76-89
McK.Clough, T.H.; Woolley, A.R. 1985: Petrography and stone implements. World Archaeology 17(1): 90-100
Sussman, C. 1985: Microwear on quartz: Fact or fiction?. World Archaeology 17(1): 101-111
Grace, R.; Graham, I.D.G.; Newcomer, M.H. 1985: The quantification of microwear polishes. World Archaeology 17(1): 112-120
Unger‐Hamilton, R. 1985: Microscopic striations on flint sickleblades as an indication of plant cultivation: Preliminary results. World Archaeology 17(1): 121-126
Bienkowski, P. 1985: New caves for old: Beduin architecture in Petra. World Archaeology 17(2): 149-160
Manhire, T.; Parkington, J.; Yates, R. 1985: Nets and fully recurved bows: Rock paintings and hunting methods in the Western Cape, South Africa. World Archaeology 17(2): 161-174
Gorecki, P. 1985: Ethnoarchaeology: The need for a postmortem enquiry. World Archaeology 17(2): 175-191
Murty, M.L.K. 1985: Ethnoarchaeology of the kurnool cave areas, South India. World Archaeology 17(2): 192-205
Pookajorn, S. 1985: Ethnoarchaeology with the phi tong Luang (Mlabrai): Forest hunters of Northern Thailand. World Archaeology 17(2): 206-221
Nicholson, P.; Patterson, H. 1985: Pottery making in upper Egypt: An ethnoarchaeological study. World Archaeology 17(2): 222-239
Annis, M.B. 1985: Resistance and change: Pottery manufacture in Sardinia. World Archaeology 17(2): 240-255
Nandris, J.G. 1985: The Stina and the Katun: Foundations of a research design in European Highland Zone ethnoarchaeology. World Archaeology 17(2): 256-268
Bankes, G.H.A. 1985: The manufacture and circulation of paddle and anvil pottery on the north coast of Peru. World Archaeology 17(2): 269-277
Tobert, N. 1985: Craft specialisation: A seasonal camp in Kebkebiya. World Archaeology 17(2): 278-288
Seeden, H. 1985: Aspects of prehistory in the present world: Observations gathered in Syrian villages from 1980 to 1985. World Archaeology 17(2): 289-303
Ray, J.D. 1986: The emergence of writing in Egypt. World Archaeology 17(3): 307-316
Nissen, H.J. 1986: The archaic texts from Uruk. World Archaeology 17(3): 317-334
Vallat, F. 1986: The most ancient scripts of Iran: The current situation. World Archaeology 17(3): 335-347
Jasim, S.A.; Oates, J. 1986: Early tokens and tablets in Mesopotamia: New information from Tell Abada and Tell Brak. World Archaeology 17(3): 348-362
Hawkins, D. 1986: Writing in Anatolia: Imported and indigenous systems. World Archaeology 17(3): 363-376
Olivier, J.‐P. 1986: Cretan writing in the second millennium B.C. World Archaeology 17(3): 377-389
Millard, A.R. 1986: The infancy of the alphabet. World Archaeology 17(3): 390-398
Parpola, A. 1986: The Indus script: A challenging puzzle. World Archaeology 17(3): 399-419
Boltz, W.G. 1986: Early Chinese writing. World Archaeology 17(3): 420-436
Justeson, J.S. 1986: The origin of writing systems: Preclassic Mesoamerica. World Archaeology 17(3): 437-458
Trigger, B.G. 1986: Prospects for a world archaeology. World Archaeology 18(1): 1-20
Doran, J. 1986: Formal methods and archaeological theory: A perspective. World Archaeology 18(1): 21-37
Chippindale, C. 1986: Stoned Henge: Events and issues at the summer solstice, 1985. World Archaeology 18(1): 38-58
Fletcher, R. 1986: Settlement archaeology: Worldwide comparisons. World Archaeology 18(1): 59-83
Huffman, T.N. 1986: Cognitive studies of the iron age in Southern Africa. World Archaeology 18(1): 84-95
Siegel, P.E.; Roe, P.G. 1986: Shipibo archaeoethnography: Site formation processes and archaeological interpretation. World Archaeology 18(1): 96-115
Moss, E.H. 1986: Aspects of site comparison: Debitage samples, technology and function. World Archaeology 18(1): 116-133
Raymond, A. 1986: Experiments in the function and performance of the weighted atlatl. World Archaeology 18(2): 153-177
Miller, R.; McEwen, E.; Bergman, C. 1986: Experimental approaches to ancient near eastern archery. World Archaeology 18(2): 178-195
Moorey, P.R.S. 1986: The emergence of the light, horsedrawn chariot in the Near East c. 20001500 B.C. World Archaeology 18(2): 196-215
Avery, M. 1986: Stoning and Fire at hillfort entrances of southern Britain. World Archaeology 18(2): 216-230
DeBoer, W.R. 1986: Pillage and production in the Amazon a view through the Conibo of the Ucayali Basin, eastern Peru. World Archaeology 18(2): 231-246
Shackley, M. 1986: Arms and the Men; 14th century Japanese swordsmanship illustrated by skeletons from Zaimokuza, near Kamakura, Japan. World Archaeology 18(2): 247-254
Campbell, C. 1986: Images of war: A problem in San rock art research. World Archaeology 18(2): 255-268
Larick, R. 1986: Age grading and ethnicity in the style of Loikop (Samburu) spears. World Archaeology 18(2): 269-283
Manning, S.W. 1986: The military function in Late Minoan I Crete: A note. World Archaeology 18(2): 284-288
Ennabli, L. 1987: Results of the International Save Carthage Campaign: The Christian monuments. World Archaeology 18(3): 291-311
Carver, M.O.H. 1987: S. Maria foris portas at Castel Seprio: A famous church in a new context. World Archaeology 18(3): 312-329
Bonnet, C. 1987: The archaeological site of the cathedral of Saint Peter (Saint Pierre), Geneva. World Archaeology 18(3): 330-340
Pringle, D. 1987: The planning of some pilgrimage churches in Crusader Palestine. World Archaeology 18(3): 341-362
Baker, E. 1987: Images, ceramic floors and Warden Abbey. World Archaeology 18(3): 363-381
Malm, G. 1987: Recent excavations at Uppsala Cathedral, Sweden. World Archaeology 18(3): 382-397
McNaspy, C.J. 1987: The archaeology of the Paraguay Reductions (16091767). World Archaeology 18(3): 398-410
Boddington, A. 1987: Raunds, Northamptonshire: Analysis of a country churchyard. World Archaeology 18(3): 411-425
Cookson, N. 1987: The Christian Church in Roman Britain: A synthesis of archaeology. World Archaeology 18(3): 426-433
Taylor, T. 1987: Aspects of settlement diversity and its classification in Southeast Europe before the Roman period. World Archaeology 19(1): 1-22
Paliga, S. 1987: Thracian terms for township and fortress, and related placenames. World Archaeology 19(1): 23-29
Gualtieri, M. 1987: Fortifications and settlement organization: An example from pre Roman Italy. World Archaeology 19(1): 30-46
Fulford, M. 1987: Economic interdependence among urban communities of the Roman Mediterranean. World Archaeology 19(1): 58-75
Haslam, J. 1987: Market and fortress in England in the reign of Offa. World Archaeology 19(1): 76-93
Ray, H.P. 1987: Early historical urbanization: The case of the Western Deccan. World Archaeology 19(1): 94-104
Fritz, J.M.; Michell, G. 1987: Interpreting the plan of a medieval Hindu capital, Vijayanagara. World Archaeology 19(1): 105-129
Van Tilburg, J.A.; Lee, G. 1987: Symbolic stratigraphy: Rock art and the monolithic statues of Easter Island. World Archaeology 19(2): 133-149
Whitley, D.S.; Dorn, R.I. 1987: Rock art chronology in eastern California. World Archaeology 19(2): 150-164
Lewis‐Williams, J.D. 1987: A dream of eland: An unexplored component of San shamanism and rock art. World Archaeology 19(2): 165-177
Garlake, P.S. 1987: Themes in the prehistoric art of Zimbabwe. World Archaeology 19(2): 178-193
Brandt, S.A.; Carder, N. 1987: Pastoral rock art in the Horn of Africa: Making sense of udder chaos. World Archaeology 19(2): 194-213
Betts, A.V.G. 1987: The hunter's perspective: 7th millennium Bc rock carvings from eastern Jordan. World Archaeology 19(2): 214-225
Gale, F.; Jacobs, J. 1987: Aboriginal art Australia's neglected inheritance. World Archaeology 19(2): 226-235
Clegg, J. 1987: Style and tradition at Sturt's Meadows. World Archaeology 19(2): 236-255
Sturdy, D.A.; Webley, D.P. 1988: Palaeolithic geography: Or where are the deer?. World Archaeology 19(3): 262-280
Hassan, F.A. 1988: Prolegomena to a grammatical theory of lithic artifacts. World Archaeology 19(3): 281-296
Mithen, S.J. 1988: Looking and learning: Upper Palaeolithic Art and information gathering. World Archaeology 19(3): 297-327
Straus, L.G.; Akoshima, K.; Petraglia, M.D.; Séronie‐Vivien, M. 1988: Terminal Pleistocene adaptations in Pyrenean France: The nature and role of the Abri Dufaure site (SordeL'Abbaye, Les Landes). World Archaeology 19(3): 328-348
Phillips, P. 1988: Traceology (Microwear) studies in the Ussr. World Archaeology 19(3): 349-356
Donahue, R.E. 1988: Microwear analysis and site function of Paglicci Cave, level 4A. World Archaeology 19(3): 357-375
Wilson, L. 1988: Petrography of the lower Palaeolithic tool assemblage of the Caune de l'Arago (France). World Archaeology 19(3): 376-387
McBrearty, S. 1988: The Sangoan Lupemban and middle stone age sequence at the Muguruk site, western Kenya. World Archaeology 19(3): 388-420
Biagi, P.; Cremaschi, M. 1988: The early Palaeolithic sites of the Rohri Hills (Sind, Pakistan) and their environmental significance. World Archaeology 19(3): 421-433
Clarke, R.J. 1988: Habiline handaxes and Paranthropine pedigree at Sterkfontein. World Archaeology 20(1): 1-12
Gowlett, J.A.J. 1988: A case of Developed Oldowan in the Acheulean?. World Archaeology 20(1): 13-26
Mitchell, P. 1988: The late Pleistocene early microlithic assemblages of southern Africa. World Archaeology 20(1): 27-39
Robertshaw, P. 1988: The elmenteitan: An early foodproducing culture in East Africa. World Archaeology 20(1): 57-69
Holmes, D.L. 1988: The Predynastic lithic industries of Badari, Middle Egypt: New perspectives and interregional relations. World Archaeology 20(1): 70-86
Smith, A.B.; Poggenpoel, C. 1988: The technology of bone tool fabrication in the southwestern Cape, South Africa. World Archaeology 20(1): 103-115
Dowson, T.A. 1988: Revelations of religious reality: The individual in San rock art. World Archaeology 20(1): 116-128
Deacon, J. 1988: The power of a place in understanding southern San rock engravings. World Archaeology 20(1): 129-140
McIntosh, R.J.; McIntosh, S.K. 1988: From Sicles Obscurs to revolutionary centuries on the Middle Niger. World Archaeology 20(1): 141-165
Moorey, P.R.S. 1988: The Chalcolithic hoard from Nahal Mishmar, Israel, in context. World Archaeology 20(2): 171-189
Philip, G. 1988: Hoards of the early and middle Bronze ages in the Levant. World Archaeology 20(2): 190-208
Rissman, P. 1988: Public displays and private values: A guide to buried wealth in Harappan archaeology. World Archaeology 20(2): 209-228
Needham, S.P. 1988: Selective deposition in the British Early Bronze Age. World Archaeology 20(2): 229-248
Bradley, R. 1988: Hoarding, recycling and the consumption of prehistoric metalwork: Technological change in western Europe. World Archaeology 20(2): 249-260
Reece, R. 1988: Interpreting Roman hoards. World Archaeology 20(2): 261-269
Aitchison, N.B. 1988: Roman wealth, native ritual: Coin hoards within and beyond Roman Britain. World Archaeology 20(2): 270-284
Kruse, S.E. 1988: Ingots and weight units in Viking Age silver hoards. World Archaeology 20(2): 285-301
Thurborg, M. 1988: Regional economic structures: An analysis of the Viking Age silver hoards from land, Sweden. World Archaeology 20(2): 302-324
Bennett, A. 1989: The contribution of metallurgical studies to South East Asian archaeology. World Archaeology 20(3): 329-351
Levy, T.E.; Shalev, S. 1989: Prehistoric metalworking in the southern Levant: Archaeometallurgical and social perspectives. World Archaeology 20(3): 352-372
McDonnell, G. 1989: Iron and its alloys in the fifth to eleventh centuries Ad in England. World Archaeology 20(3): 373-382
Needham, S.P.; Leese, M.N.; Hook, D.R.; Hughes, M.J. 1989: Developments in the Early Bronze Age metallurgy of southern Britain. World Archaeology 20(3): 383-402
Photos, E. 1989: The question of meteoritic versus smelted nickelrich iron: Archaeological evidence and experimental results. World Archaeology 20(3): 403-421
Taylor, S. 1989: The introduction and development of iron production in Korea: A survey. World Archaeology 20(3): 422-433
Tylecote, R.F.; Photos, E.; Earl, B. 1989: The composition of tin slags from the southwest of England. World Archaeology 20(3): 434-445
Rigby, V.; Middleton, A.P.; Freestone, I.C. 1989: The Prunay workshop: Technical examination of La Tne bichrome painted pottery from Champagne. World Archaeology 21(1): 1-16
Vitelli, K.D. 1989: Were pots first made for foods? Doubts from Franchthi. World Archaeology 21(1): 17-29
Schneider, G. 1989: A technological study of North Mesopotamian Stone Ware. World Archaeology 21(1): 30-50
Barbetti, M.; Hein, D. 1989: Palaeomagnetism and highresolution dating of ceramic kilns in Thailand: A progress report. World Archaeology 21(1): 51-70
Nicholson, P.T.; Patterson, H.L. 1989: Ceramic technology in Upper Egypt: A study of pottery firing. World Archaeology 21(1): 71-86
Tite, M.S.; Bimson, M. 1989: Glazed steatite: An investigation of the methods of glazing used in ancient Egypt. World Archaeology 21(1): 87-100
Sullivan, A.P. 1989: The technology of ceramic reuse: Formation processes and archaeological evidence. World Archaeology 21(1): 101-114
Henderson, J.; Raby, J. 1989: The technology of fifteenth century Turkish tiles: An interim statement on the origins of the Iznik industry. World Archaeology 21(1): 115-132
Mills, B.J. 1989: Integrating functional analyses of vessels and sherds through models of ceramic assemblage formation. World Archaeology 21(1): 133-147
Dietler, M.; Herbich, I. 1989: Tich Matek: The technology of Luo pottery production and the definition of ceramic style. World Archaeology 21(1): 148-164
Hunt, P.N.; Griffiths, D.R. 1989: Optical petrology in the field. World Archaeology 21(1): 165-172
Dixon, D.M. 1989: A note on some scavengers of Ancient Egypt. World Archaeology 21(2): 193-197
Smith, P.E.L. 1990: Architectural innovation and experimentation at Ganj Dareh, Iran. World Archaeology 21(3): 323-335
Watkins, T. 1990: The origins of house and home?. World Archaeology 21(3): 336-347
Kozłowski, S.K.; Kempisty, A. 1990: Architecture of the prepottery neolithic settlement in Nemrik, Iraq. World Archaeology 21(3): 348-362
Schirmer, W. 1990: Some aspects of building at the aceramicneolithic settlement of ayn Tepesi. World Archaeology 21(3): 363-387
Oates, D. 1990: Innovations in mudbrick: Decorative and structural techniques in ancient Mesopotamia. World Archaeology 21(3): 388-406
DeLaine, J. 1990: Structural experimentation: The lintel arch, corbel and tie in western Roman architecture. World Archaeology 21(3): 407-424
Taylor, M.; Pryor, F. 1990: Bronze Age building techniques at Flag Fen, Peterborough, England. World Archaeology 21(3): 425-434
Armit, I. 1990: Broch building in northern Scotland: The context of innovation. World Archaeology 21(3): 435-445
Grenville, J. 1990: The rows of Chester: Some thoughts on the results of recent research. World Archaeology 21(3): 446-460
Hammond, N.; Gerhardt, J.C. 1990: Early Maya architectural innovation at Cuello, Belize. World Archaeology 21(3): 461-481
Thomas, K. 1990: Aspects of soils and early agriculture. World Archaeology 22(1): 7-13
Barnes, G.L. 1990: Paddy soils now and then. World Archaeology 22(1): 1-17
Fedick, S.L.; Ford, A. 1990: The prehistoric agricultural landscape of the central Maya lowlands: An examination of local variability in a regional context. World Archaeology 22(1): 18-33
Hunt, C.; Malone, C.; Sevink, J.; Stoddart, S. 1990: Environment, soils and early agriculture in Apennine Central Italy. World Archaeology 22(1): 34-44
Limbrey, S. 1990: Edaphic opportunism? A discussion of soil factors in relation to the beginnings of plant husbandry in southwest Asia. World Archaeology 22(1): 45-52
Macphail, R.I.; Courty, M.A.; Gebhardt, A. 1990: Soil micromorphological evidence of early agriculture in northwest Europe. World Archaeology 22(1): 53-69
Sandor, J.A.; Gersper, P.L.; Hawley, J.W. 1990: Prehistoric agricultural terraces and soils in the Mimbres area, New Mexico. World Archaeology 22(1): 70-86
Wilkinson, T.J. 1990: Soil development and early land use in the Jazira region, Upper Mesopotamia. World Archaeology 22(1): 87-103
Wilshusen, R.H.; Stone, G.D. 1990: An ethnoarchaeological perspective on soils. World Archaeology 22(1): 104-114
Trigger, B.G. 1990: Monumental architecture: A thermodynamic explanation of symbolic behaviour. World Archaeology 22(2): 119-132
Adler, M.A.; Wilshusen, R.H. 1990: Largescale integrative facilities in tribal societies: Crosscultural and southwestern Us examples. World Archaeology 22(2): 133-146
Sherratt, A. 1990: The genesis of megaliths: Monumentality, ethnicity and social complexity in Neolithic northwest Europe. World Archaeology 22(2): 147-167
Thomas, J. 1990: Monuments from the inside: The case of the Irish megalithic tombs. World Archaeology 22(2): 168-178
Barrett, J.C. 1990: The monumentality of death: The character of Early Bronze Age mortuary mounds in southern Britain. World Archaeology 22(2): 179-189
Kirch, P.V. 1990: Monumental architecture and power in Polynesian chiefdoms: A comparison of Tonga and Hawaii. World Archaeology 22(2): 206-222
Dillehay, T.D. 1990: Mapuche ceremonial landscape, social recruitment and resource rights. World Archaeology 22(2): 223-241
Shimada, I.; Schaaf, C.B.; Thompson, L.G.; Mosley‐Thompson, E. 1991: Cultural impacts of severe droughts in the prehistoric Andes: Application of a 1,500year ice core precipitation record. World Archaeology 22(3): 247-270
Sullivan, A.P.; Downum, C.E. 1991: Aridity, activity, and volcanic ash agriculture: A study of shortterm prehistoric culturalecological dynamics. World Archaeology 22(3): 271-287
Brewer, D.J. 1991: Temperatures in Predynastic Egypt inferred from the remains of the Nile perch. World Archaeology 22(3): 288-303
Dransart, P. 1991: Llamas, herders and the exploitation of raw materials in the Atacama Desert. World Archaeology 22(3): 304-319
Hiscock, P.; Veth, P. 1991: Change in the Australian desert culture: A reanalysis of tulas from Puntutjarpa rocksheiter. World Archaeology 22(3): 332-345
Stahl, P.W. 1991: Arid landscapes and environmental transformations in ancient Southwestern Ecuador. World Archaeology 22(3): 346-359
Peregrine, P. 1991: Some political aspects of craft specialization. World Archaeology 23(1): 1-11
Underhill, A.P. 1991: Pottery production in chiefdoms: The longshan period in northern China. World Archaeology 23(1): 12-27
Francis, P. 1991: Beadmaking at Arikamedu and beyond. World Archaeology 23(1): 28-43
Kenoyer, J.M.; Vidale, M.; Bhan, K.K. 1991: Contemporary stone beadmaking in Khambhat, India: Patterns of craft specialization and organization of production as reflected in the archaeological record. World Archaeology 23(1): 44-63
Stark, M.T. 1991: Ceramic production and community specialization: A Kalinga ethnoarchaeological study. World Archaeology 23(1): 64-78
Shafer, H.J.; Hester, T.R. 1991: Lithic craft specialization and product distribution at the Maya site of Colha, Belize. World Archaeology 23(1): 79-97
Charlton, T.H.; Nichols, D.L.; Charlton, C.O. 1991: Aztec craft production and specialization: Archaeological evidence from the citystate of Otumba, Mexico. World Archaeology 23(1): 98-114
Bayley, J. 1991: Anglo Saxon nonferrous metalworking: A survey. World Archaeology 23(1): 115-130
Guidon, N.; Arnaud, B. 1991: The chronology of the new world: Two faces of one reality. World Archaeology 23(2): 167-178
Bird, C.F.M.; Frankel, D. 1991: Problems in constructing a prehistoric regional sequence: Holocene southeast Australia. World Archaeology 23(2): 179-192
Zhimin, A. 1991: Radiocarbon dating and the prehistoric archaeology of China. World Archaeology 23(2): 193-200
Bradley, R. 1991: Ritual, time and history. World Archaeology 23(2): 209-219
Østmo, E. 1991: A local ship picture tradition of the Bronze and Early Iron Ages in southeast Norway: New evidence from rock carvings at Dalbo. World Archaeology 23(2): 220-232
Baillie, M.G.L. 1991: Marking in marker dates: Towards an archaeology with historical precision. World Archaeology 23(2): 233-243
Postgate, J.N. 1992: The land of assur and the yoke of assur. World Archaeology 23(3): 247-263
O'Brien, M.J.; Lewarch, D.E. 1992: Regional analysis of the Zapotec empire, Valley of Oaxaca, Mexico. World Archaeology 23(3): 264-282
Woolf, G. 1992: Imperialism, empire and the integration of the Roman economy. World Archaeology 23(3): 283-293
Fulford, M. 1992: Territorial expansion and the Roman Empire. World Archaeology 23(3): 294-305
Pai, H.I. 1992: Culture contact and culture change: The Korean peninsula and its relations with the Han Dynasty commandery of Lelang. World Archaeology 23(3): 306-319
Moreland, J.; van de Noort, R. 1992: Integration and social reproduction in the Carolingian Empire. World Archaeology 23(3): 320-334
Morrison, K.D.; Sinopoli, C.M. 1992: Economic diversity and integration in a precolonial Indian empire. World Archaeology 23(3): 335-352
Smith, M.E.; Berdan, F.F. 1992: Archaeology and the Aztec empire. World Archaeology 23(3): 353-367
Farrington, I.S. 1992: Ritual geography, settlement patterns and the characterization of the provinces of the Inka heartland. World Archaeology 23(3): 368-385
Eggert, M.K.H. 1992: The Central African rain forest: Historical speculation and archaeological facts. World Archaeology 24(1): 1-24
Maloney, B.K. 1992: Late Holocene climatic change in Southeast Asia: The palynological evidence and its implications for archaeology. World Archaeology 24(1): 25-34
Gosden, C. 1992: Production systems and the colonization of the Western Pacific. World Archaeology 24(1): 55-69
Myers, T.P. 1992: Agricultural limitations of the Amazon in theory and practice. World Archaeology 24(1): 82-97
Herrera, L.F.; Cavelier, I.; Rodríguez, C.; Mora, S. 1992: The technical transformation of an agricultural system in the Colombian Amazon. World Archaeology 24(1): 98-113
Cooke, R.; Ranere, A.J. 1992: Prehistoric human adaptations to the seasonally dry forests of Panama. World Archaeology 24(1): 114-133
Spencer, C.S.; Redmond, E.M. 1992: Prehispanic chiefdoms of the western Venezuelan Ilanos. World Archaeology 24(1): 134-157
Folan, W.J. 1992: Calakmul, Campeche: A centralized urban administrative center in the northern Petn. World Archaeology 24(1): 158-168
Rhoads, J.W. 1992: Significant sites and nonsite archaeology: A casestudy from southeast Australia. World Archaeology 24(2): 198-217
Bray, T.L. 1992: Archaeological survey in northern highland Ecuador: Inca imperialism and the Pas Caranqui. World Archaeology 24(2): 218-233
Bisson, M.S. 1992: A survey of Late Stone Age and Iron Age sites at Luano, Zambia. World Archaeology 24(2): 234-248
Cox, C. 1992: Satellite imagery, aerial photography and wetland archaeology. World Archaeology 24(2): 249-267
Brandt, R.; Groenewoudt, B.J.; Kvamme, K.L. 1992: An experiment in archaeological site location: Modeling in the Netherlands using Gis techniques. World Archaeology 24(2): 268-282
Hunt, E.D. 1992: Upgrading sitecatchment analyses with the use of Gis: Investigating the settlement patterns of horticulturalists. World Archaeology 24(2): 283-309
Broodbank, C. 1993: Ulysses without sails: Trade, distance, knowledge and power in the early Cyclades. World Archaeology 24(3): 315-331
Knapp, A.B. 1993: Thalassocracies in Bronze Age eastern Mediterranean trade: Making and breaking a myth. World Archaeology 24(3): 332-347
Haldane, C. 1993: Direct evidence for organic cargoes in the Late Bronze Age. World Archaeology 24(3): 348-360
Sherratt, S.; Sherratt, A. 1993: The growth of the Mediterranean economy in the early first millennium Bc. World Archaeology 24(3): 361-378
Potts, T.F. 1993: Patterns of trade in thirdmillennium Bc Mesopotamia and Iran. World Archaeology 24(3): 379-402
Oates, J. 1993: Trade and power in the fifth and fourth millennia Bc: New evidence from northern Mesopotamia. World Archaeology 24(3): 403-422
Potts, D.T. 1993: Rethinking some aspects of trade in the Arabian Gulf. World Archaeology 24(3): 423-440
Eidem, J.; Højlund, F. 1993: Trade or diplomacy? Assyria and Dilmun in the eighteenth century Bc. World Archaeology 24(3): 441-448
Healan, D.M. 1993: Local versus nonlocal obsidian exchange at Tula and its implications for postformative Mesoamerica. World Archaeology 24(3): 449-466
Torrence, R. 1993: Ethnoarchaeology, museum collections and prehistoric exchange: Obsidiantipped artifacts from the Admiralty Islands. World Archaeology 24(3): 467-481
Westbroek, P.; Collins, M.J.; Jansen, J.H.F.; Talbot, L.M. 1993: World archaeology and global change: Did our ancestors ignite the Ice Age?. World Archaeology 25(1): 122-133
Rowlands, M. 1993: The role of memory in the transmission of culture. World Archaeology 25(2): 141-151
Ingold, T. 1993: The temporality of the landscape. World Archaeology 25(2): 152-174
Murray, T. 1993: Archaeology and the threat of the past: Sir Henry Rider Haggard and the acquisition of time. World Archaeology 25(2): 175-186
Boado, F.C.; Romero, R.P. 1993: Art, time and thought: A formal study comparing Palaeolithic and postglacial art. World Archaeology 25(2): 187-203
Bailey, D.W. 1993: Chronotypic tension in Bulgarian prehistory: 65003500 Bc. World Archaeology 25(2): 204-222
Barrett, J.C. 1993: Chronologies of remembrance: The interpretation of some Roman inscriptions. World Archaeology 25(2): 236-247
Cooper, Z. 1993: Perceptions of time in the Andaman Islands. World Archaeology 25(2): 261-267
Hodder, I. 1993: The narrative and rhetoric of material culture sequences. World Archaeology 25(2): 268-282
Reedy, C.L.; Reedy, T.J. 1994: Relating visual and technological styles in Tibetan sculpture analysis. World Archaeology 25(3): 304-320
Bailey, D.W. 1994: Reading prehistoric figurines as individuals. World Archaeology 25(3): 321-331
Dowson, T.A. 1994: Reading art, writing history: Rock art and social change in Southern Africa. World Archaeology 25(3): 332-345
Garlake, P.S. 1994: Archetypes and attributes: Rock paintings in Zimbabwe. World Archaeology 25(3): 346-355
Whitley, D.S. 1994: By the hunter, for the gatherer: Art, social relations and subsistence change in the prehistoric Great Basin. World Archaeology 25(3): 356-373
Bradley, R.; Boado, F.C.; Valcarce, R.F. 1994: Rock art research as landscape archaeology: A pilot study in Galicia, northwest Spain. World Archaeology 25(3): 374-390
le Bon, E. 1994: Images out of water: Interpreting the Karlby Stone. World Archaeology 25(3): 391-396
Silverman, H. 1994: The archaeological identification of an ancient Peruvian pilgrimage center. World Archaeology 26(1): 1-18
Hammond, N.; Bobo, M.R. 1994: Pilgrimage's last mile: Late Maya monument veneration at La Milpa, Belize. World Archaeology 26(1): 19-34
Ray, H.P. 1994: Kanheri: The archaeology of an early Buddhist pilgrimage centre in western India. World Archaeology 26(1): 35-46
Petersen, A. 1994: The archaeology of the Syrian and Iraqi Hajj routes. World Archaeology 26(1): 47-56
Stopford, J. 1994: Some approaches to the archaeology of Christian pilgrimage. World Archaeology 26(1): 57-72
Coleman, S.; Eisner, J. 1994: The pilgrim's progress: Art, architecture and ritual movement at Sinai. World Archaeology 26(1): 73-89
Harbison, P. 1994: Early Irish pilgrim archaeology in the Dingle Peninsula. World Archaeology 26(1): 90-103
Saunders, N.J. 1994: Predators of culture: Jaguar symbolism and Mesoamerican elites. World Archaeology 26(1): 104-117
Steele, J. 1994: Communication networks and dispersal patterns in human evolution: A simple simulation model. World Archaeology 26(2): 126-143
Belfer‐Cohen, A.; Goren‐Inbar, N. 1994: Cognition and communication in the Levantine lower palaeolithic. World Archaeology 26(2): 144-157
Graves, P. 1994: Flakes and ladders: What the archaeological record cannot tell us about the origins of language. World Archaeology 26(2): 158-171
Paton, R. 1994: Speaking through stones: A study from northern Australia. World Archaeology 26(2): 172-184
Barton, C.M.; Clark, G.A.; Cohen, A.E. 1994: Art as information: Explaining Upper Palaeolithic art in western Europe. World Archaeology 26(2): 185-207
Zeitlin, R.N. 1994: Accounting for the prehistoric longdistance movement of goods with a measure of style. World Archaeology 26(2): 208-234
Browman, D.L. 1994: Titicaca Basin archaeolinguistics: Uru, Pukina and Aymara Ad 7501450. World Archaeology 26(2): 235-251
Mytum, H. 1994: Language as symbol in churchyard monuments: The use of Welsh in nineteenth and twentiethcentury Pembrokeshire. World Archaeology 26(2): 252-267
Gjessing, H.K.; Pierce, R.H. 1994: A stochastic model for the presence/absence of readings in Nirstigningar Saga. World Archaeology 26(2): 268-294
Dewar, R.E. 1995: Of nets and trees: Untangling the reticulate and dendritic in Madagascar's prehistory. World Archaeology 26(3): 301-318
Smith, K.P. 1995: Landnm: The settlement of Iceland in archaeological and historical perspective. World Archaeology 26(3): 319-347
Edwards, K.J.; Mithen, S. 1995: The colonization of the Hebridean Islands of Western Scotland: Evidence from the palynological and archaeological records. World Archaeology 26(3): 348-365
Smith, A. 1995: The need for Lapita: Explaining change in the Late Holocene Pacific archaeological record. World Archaeology 26(3): 366-379
Graves, M.W.; Addison, D.J. 1995: The Polynesian settlement of the Hawaiian Archipelago: Integrating models and methods in archaeological interpretation. World Archaeology 26(3): 380-399
Keegan, W.F. 1995: Modeling dispersal in the prehistoric West Indies. World Archaeology 26(3): 400-420
Berman, M.J.; Gnivecki, P.L. 1995: The colonization of the Bahama archipelago: A reappraisal. World Archaeology 26(3): 421-441
Bellard, C.G. 1995: The first colonization of Ibiza and Formentera (Balearic Islands, Spain): Some more islands out of the stream?. World Archaeology 26(3): 442-455
Westergaard, G.C. 1995: The stonetool technology of capuchin monkeys: Possible implications for the evolution of symbolic communication in hominids. World Archaeology 27(1): 1-9
Wynn, T. 1995: Handaxe enigmas. World Archaeology 27(1): 10-24
Dobres, M. A. 1995: Gender and prehistoric technology: On the social agency of technical strategies. World Archaeology 27(1): 25-49
Sinclair, A. 1995: The technique as a symbol in Late Glacial Europe. World Archaeology 27(1): 50-62
Roux, V.; Bril, B.; Dietrich, G. 1995: Skills and learning difficulties involved in stone knapping: The case of stonebead knapping in Khambhat, India. World Archaeology 27(1): 63-87
Graves‐Brown, P.M. 1995: Fearful symmetry. World Archaeology 27(1): 88-99
Hosier, D. 1995: Sound, color and meaning in the metallurgy of Ancient West Mexico. World Archaeology 27(1): 100-115
Lahiri, N. 1995: Indian metal and metalrelated artefacts as cultural signifiers: An ethnographic perspective. World Archaeology 27(1): 116-132
Budd, P.; Taylor, T. 1995: The faerie smith meets the bronze industry: Magic versus science in the interpretation of prehistoric metalmaking. World Archaeology 27(1): 133-143
Reid, A.; MacLean, R. 1995: Symbolism and the social contexts of iron production in Karagwe. World Archaeology 27(1): 144-161
Barnes, G.L. 1995: An introduction to Buddhist archaeology. World Archaeology 27(2): 165-182
Morrison, K.D. 1995: Trade, urbanism, and agricultural expansion: Buddhist monastic institutions and the state in the Early Historic western Deccan. World Archaeology 27(2): 203-221
Coningham, R.A.E. 1995: Monks, caves and kings: A reassessment of the nature of early Buddhism in Sri Lanka. World Archaeology 27(2): 222-242
Grave, P. 1995: Beyond the mandala: Buddhist landscapes and uplandlowland interaction in northwest Thailand Ad 12001650. World Archaeology 27(2): 243-265
Byrne, D. 1995: Buddhist stupa and Thai social practice. World Archaeology 27(2): 266-281
Higuchi, T.; Barnes, G. 1995: Bamiyan: Buddhist cave temples in Afghanistan. World Archaeology 27(2): 282-302
Shichang, M. 1995: Buddhist cavetemples and the Cao family at Mogao Ku, Dunhuang. World Archaeology 27(2): 303-317
Harrell, M. 1995: Sokkuram: Buddhist monument and political statement in Korea. World Archaeology 27(2): 318-335
Tadanao, Y.; Edwards, W. 1995: Early Buddhist temples in Japan: Rooftile manufacture and the social basis of temple construction. World Archaeology 27(2): 336-353
Anderson, A.; Smith, I. 1996: The transient village in southern New Zealand. World Archaeology 27(3): 359-371
Newell, R.R.; Constandse‐Westermann, T.S. 1996: The use of ethnographic analyses for researching Late Palaeolithic settlement systems, settlement patterns and land use in the Northwest European Plain. World Archaeology 27(3): 372-388
Junker, L.L. 1996: Huntergatherer landscapes and lowland trade in the prehispanic Philippines. World Archaeology 27(3): 389-410
Bang‐Andersen, S. 1996: Coast/inland relations in the Mesolithic of southern Norway. World Archaeology 27(3): 427-443
Matsui, A. 1996: Archaeological investigations of anadromous salmonid fishing in Japan. World Archaeology 27(3): 444-460
Chattopadhyaya, U.C. 1996: Settlement pattern and the spatial organization of subsistence and mortuary practices in the Mesolithic Ganges valley, northcentral India. World Archaeology 27(3): 461-476
Boyle, K.V. 1996: From laugerie basse to jolivet: The organization of final magdalenian settlement in the vzre valley. World Archaeology 27(3): 477-491
Politis, G.G. 1996: Moving to produce: Nukak mobility and settlement patterns in Amazonia. World Archaeology 27(3): 492-511
Sanger, D. 1996: Testing the models: Huntergatherer use of space in the gulf of Maine, Usa. World Archaeology 27(3): 512-526
Reid, A. 1996: Cattle herds and the redistribution of cattle resources. World Archaeology 28(1): 43-57
Bond, J.M. 1996: Burnt offerings: Animal bone in Anglo Saxon cremations. World Archaeology 28(1): 76-88
Holt, J.Z. 1996: Beyond optimization: Alternative ways of examining animal exploitation. World Archaeology 28(1): 89-109
Lyman, R.L. 1996: Applied zooarchaeology: The relevance of faunai analysis to wildlife management. World Archaeology 28(1): 110-125
Amorosi, T.; Woollett, J.; Perdikaris, S.; McGovern, T. 1996: Regional zooarchaeology and global change: Problems and potentials. World Archaeology 28(1): 126-157
Tilley, C. 1996: The powers of rocks: Topography and monument construction on Bodmin Moor. World Archaeology 28(2): 161-176
Sundstrom, L. 1996: Mirror of heaven: Crosscultural transference of the sacred geography of the Black Hills. World Archaeology 28(2): 177-189
Richards, C. 1996: Monuments as landscape: Creating the centre of the world in late Neolithic Orkney. World Archaeology 28(2): 190-208
Barnes, G.L.; Dashun, G. 1996: The ritual landscape of Boar Mountain Basin: The Niuheliang site complex of northeastern China. World Archaeology 28(2): 209-219
de Jesus Sanches, M. 1996: Passos/Santa Comba Mountain in the context of the late prehistory of northern Portugal. World Archaeology 28(2): 220-230
Hingley, R. 1996: Ancestors and identity in the later prehistory of Atlantic Scotland: The reuse and reinvention of Neolithic monuments and material culture. World Archaeology 28(2): 231-243
Lahiri, N. 1996: Archaeological landscapes and textual images: A study of the sacred geography of late medieval Ballabgarh. World Archaeology 28(2): 244-264
Stocker, D.; Stocker, M. 1996: Sacred profanity: The theology of rabbit breeding and the symbolic landscape of the warren. World Archaeology 28(2): 265-272
Marshall, Y.; Maas, A. 1997: Dashing dishes. World Archaeology 28(3): 275-290
Honychurch, L. 1997: Crossroads in the Caribbean: A site of encounter and exchange on Dominica. World Archaeology 28(3): 291-304
van Dommelen, P. 1997: Colonial constructs: Colonialism and archaeology in the Mediterranean. World Archaeology 28(3): 305-323
Webster, J. 1997: Necessary comparisons: A postcolonial approach to religious syncretism in the Roman provinces. World Archaeology 28(3): 324-338
Woolf, G. 1997: Beyond Romans and natives. World Archaeology 28(3): 339-350
Kelly, K.G. 1997: The archaeology of African European interaction: Investigating the social roles of trade, traders, and the use of space in the seventeenth and eighteenthcentury Hueda Kingdom, Republic of Bnin. World Archaeology 28(3): 351-369
Reid, A.; Lane, P.; Segobye, A.; Borjeson, L.; Mathibidi, N.; Sekgarametso, P. 1997: Tswana architecture and responses to colonialism. World Archaeology 28(3): 370-392
Pearson, M.P. 1997: Close encounters of the worst kind: Malagasy resistance and colonial disasters in Southern Madagascar. World Archaeology 28(3): 393-417
Head, L.; Fullagar, R. 1997: Huntergatherer archaeology and pastoral contact: Perspectives from the northwest Northern Territory, Australia. World Archaeology 28(3): 418-428
Swadling, P. 1997: Changing shorelines and cultural orientations in the Sepik Ramu, Papua New Guinea: Implications for Pacific prehistory. World Archaeology 29(1): 1-14
Dortch, C.E. 1997: New perceptions of the chronology and development of Aboriginal fishing in South Western Australia. World Archaeology 29(1): 15-35
Jing, Z.; Rapp, G.(R.); Gao, T. 1997: Geoarchaeological aids in the investigation of early Shang civilization on the floodplain of the lower Yellow River, China. World Archaeology 29(1): 36-50
Hassan, F.A. 1997: The dynamics of a riverine civilization: A geoarchaeological perspective on the Nile Valley, Egypt. World Archaeology 29(1): 51-74
Joyce, A.A.; Mueller, R.G. 1997: Prehispanic human ecology of the Ro Verde drainage basin, Mexico. World Archaeology 29(1): 75-94
Bell, M.; Neumann, H. 1997: Prehistoric intertidal archaeology and environments in the Severn Estuary, Wales. World Archaeology 29(1): 95-113
Allen, T.; Hey, G.; Miles, D. 1997: A line of time: Approaches to archaeology in the Upper and Middle Thames Valley, England. World Archaeology 29(1): 114-129
Milne, G.; Bates, M.; Webber, M.D. 1997: Problems, potential and partial solutions: An archaeological study of the tidal Thames, England. World Archaeology 29(1): 130-146
Gowlett, J.A.J. 1997: High definition archaeology: Ideas and evaluation. World Archaeology 29(2): 152-171
Stapert, D.; Street, M. 1997: High resolution or optimum resolution? Spatial analysis of the federmesser site at Andernach, Germany. World Archaeology 29(2): 172-194
Audouze, F.; Enloe, J.G. 1997: High resolution archaeology at Verberie: Limits and interpretations. World Archaeology 29(2): 195-207
Pettitt, P.B. 1997: High resolution Neanderthals? Interpreting middle palaeolithic intrasite spatial data. World Archaeology 29(2): 208-224
Tuffreau, A.; Lamotte, A.; Marcy, J. L. 1997: Landuse and site function in Acheulean complexes of the Somme Valley. World Archaeology 29(2): 225-241
Kenoyer, J.M. 1997: Trade and technology of the Indus Valley: New insights from Harappa, Pakistan. World Archaeology 29(2): 262-280
Matthews, W.; French, C.A.I.; Lawrence, T.; Cutler, D.F.; Jones, M.K. 1997: Microstratigraphic traces of site formation processes and human activities. World Archaeology 29(2): 281-308
Marshall, Y. 1998: By way of introduction from the Pacific Northwest Coast. World Archaeology 29(3): 311-316
Moss, M.L.; Wasson, G.B. 1998: Intimate relations with the past: The story of an Athapaskan village on the southern Northwest Coast of North America. World Archaeology 29(3): 317-332
Dowson, T.A. 1998: Like people in prehistory. World Archaeology 29(3): 333-343
Lyons, D. 1998: Witchcraft, gender, power and intimate relations in Mura compounds in Dla, northern Cameroon. World Archaeology 29(3): 344-362
Meskell, L. 1998: Intimate archaeologies: The case of Kha and Merit. World Archaeology 29(3): 363-379
Olsen, B.A. 1998: Women, children and the family in the Late Aegean Bronze Age: Differences in Minoan and Mycenaean constructions of gender. World Archaeology 29(3): 380-392
Sweely, T.L. 1998: Personal interactions: The implications of spatial arrangements for power relations at Cern, El Salvador. World Archaeology 29(3): 393-406
Gosden, C.; Lock, G. 1998: Prehistoric histories. World Archaeology 30(1): 2-12
Bradley, R. 1998: Ruined buildings, ruined stones: Enclosures, tombs and natural places in the Neolithic of southwest England. World Archaeology 30(1): 13-22
Holtorf, C.J. 1998: The lifehistories of megaliths in Mecklenburg Vorpommern (Germany). World Archaeology 30(1): 23-38
Manning, S.W. 1998: Changing pasts and sociopolitical cognition in Late Bronze Age Cyprus. World Archaeology 30(1): 39-58
Blake, E. 1998: Sardinia's nuraghi: Four millennia of becoming. World Archaeology 30(1): 59-71
Dietler, M. 1998: A tale of three sites: The monumentalization of Celtic oppida and the politics of collective memory and identity. World Archaeology 30(1): 72-89
Williams, H. 1998: Monuments and the past in early Anglo Saxon England. World Archaeology 30(1): 90-108
Semple, S. 1998: A fear of the past: The place of the prehistoric burial mound in the ideology of middle and later Anglo Saxon England. World Archaeology 30(1): 109-126
Newman, C. 1998: Reflections on the making of a royal site in early Ireland. World Archaeology 30(1): 127-141
Driscoll, S.T. 1998: Picts and prehistory: Cultural resource management in early medieval Scotland. World Archaeology 30(1): 142-158
Oubiña, C.P.; Boado, F.C.; Estévez, M.S. 1998: Rewriting landscape: Incorporating sacred landscapes into cultural traditions. World Archaeology 30(1): 159-176
David, B.; Lourandos, H. 1998: Rock art and sociodemography in northeastern Australian prehistory. World Archaeology 30(2): 193-219
Ellis, L. 1998: Terra deserta: Population, politics, and the [de]colonization of Dacia. World Archaeology 30(2): 220-237
Christensen, A.F. 1998: Colonization and microevolution in Formative Oaxaca, Mexico. World Archaeology 30(2): 262-285
Steele, J.; Adams, J.; Sluckin, T. 1998: Modelling Paleoindian dispersals. World Archaeology 30(2): 286-305
Steadman, D.W. 1998: The population shuffle in the central Illinois valley: A diachronic model of Mississippian biocultural interactions. World Archaeology 30(2): 306-326
Gusev, S.V.; Zagoroulko, A.V.; Porotov, A.V. 1999: Sea mammal hunters of Chukotka, Bering Strait: Recent archaeological results and problems. World Archaeology 30(3): 354-369
Perdikaris, S. 1999: From chiefly provisioning to commercial fishery: Longterm economic change in Arctic Norway. World Archaeology 30(3): 388-402
Renouf, >M.A.P. 1999: Prehistory of Newfoundlandhuntergatherers: Extinctions or adaptations?. World Archaeology 30(3): 403-420
Pitul'ko, V.V. 1999: Ancient humans in Eurasian arctic ecosystems: Environmental dynamics and changing subsistence. World Archaeology 30(3): 421-436
Savelle, J.M.; McCartney, A.P. 1999: Thule Eskimo bowhead whale interception strategies. World Archaeology 30(3): 437-451
Møbjerg, T. 1999: New adaptive strategies in the Saqqaq culture of Greenland, c. 16001400 Bc. World Archaeology 30(3): 452-465
Murray, M.S. 1999: Local heroes. The longterm effects of shortterm prosperity an example from the Canadian Arctic. World Archaeology 30(3): 466-483
Slobodin, S. 1999: Northeast Asia in the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene. World Archaeology 30(3): 484-502
McCartney, A.P.; Veltre, D.W. 1999: Aleutian Island prehistory: Living in insular extremes. World Archaeology 30(3): 503-515
Friesen, T.M. 1999: Resource structure, scalar stress, and the development of Inuit social organization. World Archaeology 31(1): 21-37
Masson, M.A. 1999: Animal resource manipulation in ritual and domestic contexts at Postclassic Maya communities. World Archaeology 31(1): 93-120
Samuel, D. 1999: Bread making and social interactions at the Amarna Workmen's village, Egypt. World Archaeology 31(1): 121-144
Wesson, C.B. 1999: Chiefly power and food storage in southeastern North America. World Archaeology 31(1): 145-164
Gillings, M.; Pollard, J. 1999: Nonportable stone artefacts and contexts of meaning: The tale of Grey Wether (www.museums.ncl.ac.uk/Avebury/stone4.htm). World Archaeology 31(2): 179-193
Moreland, J. 1999: The world(s) of the cross. World Archaeology 31(2): 194-213
Rainbird, P. 1999: Entangled biographies: Western Pacific ceramics and the tombs of Pohnpei. World Archaeology 31(2): 214-224
Gallardo, F.; Castro, V.; Miranda, P. 1999: Riders on the storm: Rock art in the Atacama Desert (Northern Chile). World Archaeology 31(2): 225-242
Saunders, N.J. 1999: Biographies of brilliance: Pearls, transformations of matter and being, c. Ad 1492. World Archaeology 31(2): 243-257
MacGregor, G. 1999: Making sense of the past in the present: A sensory analysis of carved stone balls. World Archaeology 31(2): 258-271
Seip, L.P. 1999: Transformations of meaning: The life history of a Nuxalk mask. World Archaeology 31(2): 272-287
Peers, L. 1999: Many tender ties: The shifting contexts and meanings of the S Black bag. World Archaeology 31(2): 288-302
Harrison, R. 2010: Exorcising the plague of fantasies: mass media and archaeology's role in the present; or, why we need an archaeology of now. World Archaeology 42(3): 328-340
DezhamKhooy, M.; Papoli Yazdi, L. 2010: The archaeology of last nightwhat happened in Bam (Iran) on 256 December 2003. World Archaeology 42(3): 341-354
Smith, A. 2010: Archaeology, local history and community in French Polynesia. World Archaeology 42(3): 367-380
Holtorf, C. 2010: Meta-stories of archaeology. World Archaeology 42(3): 381-393
Marwick, B. 2010: Self-image, the long view and archaeological engagement with film: an animated case study. World Archaeology 42(3): 394-404
Honeychurch, W. 2010: Pastoral nomadic voices: a Mongolian archaeology for the future. World Archaeology 42(3): 405-417
Atalay, S. 2010: We don't talk about atalhyk, we live it: sustainable archaeological practice through community-based participatory research. World Archaeology 42(3): 418-429
Camp, S.L. 2010: Teaching with trash: archaeological insights on university waste management. World Archaeology 42(3): 430-442
Zimmerman, L.J.; Singleton, C.; Welch, J. 2010: Activism and creating a translational archaeology of homelessness. World Archaeology 42(3): 443-454
Myers, A. 2010: Camp Delta, Google Earth and the ethics of remote sensing in archaeology. World Archaeology 42(3): 455-467
Selvakumar, V. 2010: The use and relevance of archaeology in the post-modern world: views from India. World Archaeology 42(3): 468-480
Sayer, D. 2010: Who's afraid of the dead? Archaeology, modernity and the death taboo. World Archaeology 42(3): 481-491
Lycett, S.J.; Bae, C.J. 2010: The Movius Line controversy: the state of the debate. World Archaeology 42(4): 521-544
Hiscock, P.; Tabrett, A. 2010: Generalization, inference and the quantification of lithic reduction. World Archaeology 42(4): 545-561
Pollard, J.; Paterson, A.; Welham, K. 2010: Te Miro o'one : the archaeology of contact on Rapa Nui (Easter Island). World Archaeology 42(4): 562-580
Moore, C.R.; Dekle, V.G. 2010: Hickory nuts, bulk processing and the advent of early horticultural economies in eastern North America. World Archaeology 42(4): 595-608
Brittain, M.; Harris, O. 2010: Enchaining arguments and fragmenting assumptions: reconsidering the fragmentation debate in archaeology. World Archaeology 42(4): 581-594
Robb, J. 2010: Beyond agency. World Archaeology 42(4): 493-520
van Dommelen, P. 2011: Postcolonial archaeologies between discourse and practice. World Archaeology 43(1): 1-6
Lane, P. 2011: Possibilities for a postcolonial archaeology in sub-Saharan Africa: indigenous and usable pasts. World Archaeology 43(1): 7-25
Wilkinson, D. 2011: The apartheid of antiquity. World Archaeology 43(1): 26-39
González-Ruibal, A.; Sahle, Y.; Ayán Vila, X. 2011: A social archaeology of colonial war in Ethiopia. World Archaeology 43(1): 40-65
Oliver, J. 2011: On mapping and its afterlife: unfolding landscapes in northwestern North America. World Archaeology 43(1): 66-85
Bianchi Villelli, M. 2011: Coloniality in Patagonia: historical archaeology and postcolonial critique in Latin America. World Archaeology 43(1): 86-101
Jiménez, A. 2011: Pure hybridism: Late Iron Age sculpture in southern Iberia. World Archaeology 43(1): 102-123
Cañete, C.; Vives-Ferrándiz, J. 2011: Almost the same: dynamic domination and hybrid contexts in Iron Age Lixus, Larache, Morocco. World Archaeology 43(1): 124-143
Bloxam, E. 2011: Ancient quarries in mind: pathways to a more accessible significance. World Archaeology 43(2): 149-166
Richards, C.; Croucher, K.; Paoa, T.; Parish, T.; Tucki, E.; Welham, K. 2011: Road my body goes: re-creating ancestors from stone at the great moai quarry of Rano Raraku, Rapa Nui (Easter Island). World Archaeology 43(2): 191-210
Gopher, A.; Barkai, R. 2011: Sitting on the tailing piles: creating extraction landscapes in Middle Pleistocene quarry complexes in the Levant. World Archaeology 43(2): 211-229
Teather, A. 2011: Interpreting hidden chalk art in southern British Neolithic flint mines. World Archaeology 43(2): 230-251
Cooper, H.K. 2011: The life (lives) and times of native copper in Northwest North America. World Archaeology 43(2): 252-270
Tripcevich, N.; Mackay, A. 2011: Procurement at the Chivay obsidian source, Arequipa, Peru. World Archaeology 43(2): 271-297
Weisler, M. 2011: A quarried landscape in the Hawaiian Islands. World Archaeology 43(2): 298-317
Gutiérrez Garcia-M., A. 2011: The exploitation of local stone in Roman times: the case of north-eastern Spain. World Archaeology 43(2): 318-341
Hamilton, S.; Seager Thomas, M.; Whitehouse, R. 2011: Say it with stone: constructing with stones on Easter Island. World Archaeology 43(2): 167-190
Calvo, M.; Javaloyas, D.; Albero, D.; Garcia-Rosselló, J.; Guerrero, V. 2011: The ways people move: mobility and seascapes in the Balearic Islands during the late Bronze Age ( c . 1400850/800 bc ). World Archaeology 43(3): 345-363
Contreras, D.A. 2011: How far to Conchucos? A Gis approach to assessing the implications of exotic materials at Chavn de Huntar. World Archaeology 43(3): 380-397
Heldaas Seland, E. 2011: The Persian Gulf or the Red Sea? Two axes in ancient Indian Ocean trade, where to go and why. World Archaeology 43(3): 398-409
Hendrickson, M. 2011: A transport geographic perspective on travel and communication in Angkorian Southeast Asia (ninth to fifteenth centuries ad ). World Archaeology 43(3): 444-457
Koçak Yaldır, A. 2011: Imported trade amphoras in Daskyleion from the seventh and sixth centuries bc and the Hellespontine-Phyrygia route. World Archaeology 43(3): 364-379
Ardren, T.; Lowry, J. 2011: The travels of Maya merchants in the ninth and tenth centuries ad : investigations at Xuenkal and the Greater Cupul Province, Yucatan, Mexico. World Archaeology 43(3): 428-443
Snead, J.E. 2011: The secret and bloody war path: movement, place and conflict in the archaeological landscape of North America. World Archaeology 43(3): 478-492
Claassen, C. 2011: Waning pilgrimage paths and modern roadscapes: moving through landscape in northern Guerrero, Mexico. World Archaeology 43(3): 493-504
Blanton, R.E.; Fargher, L.F. 2011: The collective logic of pre-modern cities. World Archaeology 43(3): 505-522
Pollard, E. 2011: Safeguarding Swahili trade in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries: a unique navigational complex in south-east Tanzania. World Archaeology 43(3): 458-477
Reynolds, A. 2011: The archaeology of travel and communication: introduction. World Archaeology 43(3): 343-344
Reynolds, A.; Langlands, A. 2011: Travel as communication: a consideration of overland journeys in Anglo-Saxon England. World Archaeology 43(3): 410-427
Bondár, M.; Székely, G.V. 2011: A new Early Bronze Age wagon model from the Carpathian Basin. World Archaeology 43(4): 538-553
David, B.; McNiven, I.J.; Richards, T.; Connaughton, S.P.; Leavesley, M.; Barker, B.; Rowe, C. 2011: Lapita sites in the Central Province of mainland Papua New Guinea. World Archaeology 43(4): 576-593
Flas, D. 2011: The Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition in Northern Europe: the Lincombian-Ranisian-Jerzmanowician and the issue of acculturation of the last Neanderthals. World Archaeology 43(4): 605-627
Hiscock, P.; Clarkson, C.; Mackay, A. 2011: Big debates over little tools: ongoing disputes over microliths on three continents. World Archaeology 43(4): 653-664
Mastronuzzi, G.; Ciuchini, P. 2011: Offerings and rituals in a Messapian holy place: Vaste, Piazza Dante (Puglia, Southern Italy). World Archaeology 43(4): 676-701
Moore, M.W. 2011: The design space of stone flaking: implications for cognitive evolution. World Archaeology 43(4): 702-715
Ravn, M. 2011: Ethnographic analogy from the Pacific: just as analogical as any other analogy. World Archaeology 43(4): 716-725
Renard, C. 2011: Continuity or discontinuity in the Late Glacial Maximum of south-western Europe: the formation of the Solutrean in France. World Archaeology 43(4): 726-743
van den Dries, M. 2011: The good, the bad and the ugly? Evaluating three models of implementing the Valletta Convention. World Archaeology 43(4): 594-604
Rick, T.C.; Hofman, C.A.; Braje, T.J.; Maldonado, J.E.; Sillett, T.S.; Danchisko, K.; Erlandson, J.M. 2012: Flightless ducks, giant mice and pygmy mammoths: Late Quaternary extinctions on California's Channel Islands. World Archaeology 44(1): 3-20
Sykes, N. 2012: A social perspective on the introduction of exotic animals: the case of the chicken. World Archaeology 44(1): 158-169
Fillios, M.; Crowther, M.S.; Letnic, M. 2012: The impact of the dingo on the thylacine in Holocene Australia. World Archaeology 44(1): 118-134
Borrero, L.A.; Martin, F.M. 2012: Ground sloths and humans in southern Fuego-Patagonia: taphonomy and archaeology. World Archaeology 44(1): 102-117
Bendrey, R. 2012: From wild horses to domestic horses: a European perspective. World Archaeology 44(1): 135-157
Field, J.; Wroe, S. 2012: Aridity, faunal adaptations and Australian Late Pleistocene extinctions. World Archaeology 44(1): 56-74
Redmond, B.G.; McDonald, H.G.; Greenfield, H.J.; Burr, M.L. 2012: New evidence for Late Pleistocene human exploitation of Jefferson's Ground Sloth ( Megalonyx jeffersonii ) from northern Ohio, Usa. World Archaeology 44(1): 75-101
Schofield, J. 2012: The archaeology of sport and pastimes. World Archaeology 44(2): 171-174
Walls, M. 2012: Kayak games and hunting enskilment: an archaeological consideration of sports and the situated learning of technical skills. World Archaeology 44(2): 175-188
Rebay-Salisbury, K. 2012: It's all fun and games until somebody gets hurt: images of sport in early Iron Age art of Central Europe. World Archaeology 44(2): 189-201
Gardeła, L. 2012: What the Vikings did for fun? Sports and pastimes in medieval northern Europe. World Archaeology 44(2): 234-247
Corkill, C.; Moore, R. 2012: The Island of Blood: death and commemoration at the Isle of Man Tt Races. World Archaeology 44(2): 248-262
Peterson, R.; Robinson, D. 2012: Excavations and the afterlife of a professional football stadium, Peel Park, Accrington, Lancashire: towards an archaeology of football. World Archaeology 44(2): 263-279
Wakefield, S. 2012: Falconry as heritage in the United Arab Emirates. World Archaeology 44(2): 280-290
Piccini, A.A. 2012: Materialities, moving images and the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games. World Archaeology 44(2): 291-305
Penrose, S. 2012: London 1948: the sites and after-lives of the austerity Olympics. World Archaeology 44(2): 306-325
Rush, L. 2012: Working with the military to protect archaeological sites and other forms of cultural property. World Archaeology 44(3): 359-377
Dalglish, C. 2012: Archaeology and landscape ethics. World Archaeology 44(3): 327-341
Spikins, P. 2012: Goodwill hunting? Debates over the meaning of Lower Palaeolithic handaxe form revisited. World Archaeology 44(3): 378-392
López-Bertran, M.; Garcia-Ventura, A. 2012: Music, gender and rituals in the Ancient Mediterranean: revisiting the Punic evidence. World Archaeology 44(3): 393-408
Carson, M.T.; Kurashina, H. 2012: Re-envisioning long-distance Oceanic migration: early dates in the Mariana Islands. World Archaeology 44(3): 409-435
Barber, I.G. 2012: Archaeological art debates and Polynesian images in place. World Archaeology 44(3): 436-451
Boivin, N.; Fuller, D.Q.; Crowther, A. 2012: Old World globalization and the Columbian exchange: comparison and contrast. World Archaeology 44(3): 452-469
O'Sullivan, D.M.; Young, R.L. 2012: A world apart? Translating the archaeology of the sacred in the modern world. World Archaeology 44(3): 342-358
Harris, T.M. 2012: Interfacing archaeology and the world of citizen sensors: exploring the impact of neogeography and volunteered geographic information on an authenticated archaeology. World Archaeology 44(4): 580-591
Huggett, J. 2012: Lost in information? Ways of knowing and modes of representation in e-archaeology. World Archaeology 44(4): 538-552
Kansa, E. 2012: Openness and archaeology's information ecosystem. World Archaeology 44(4): 498-520
Jeffrey, S. 2012: A new Digital Dark Age? Collaborative web tools, social media and long-term preservation. World Archaeology 44(4): 553-570
Beck, A.; Neylon, C. 2012: A vision for Open Archaeology. World Archaeology 44(4): 479-497
Morgan, C.; Eve, S. 2012: Diy and digital archaeology: what are you doing to participate?. World Archaeology 44(4): 521-537
Mazel, A.; Galani, A.; Maxwell, D.; Sharpe, K. 2012: I want to be provoked: public involvement in the development of the Northumberland Rock Art on Mobile Phones project. World Archaeology 44(4): 592-611
Beale, N. 2012: How community archaeology can make use of open data to achieve further its objectives. World Archaeology 44(4): 612-633
Ducke, B. 2012: Natives of a connected world: free and open source software in archaeology. World Archaeology 44(4): 571-579
Lake, M. 2012: Open archaeology. World Archaeology 44(4): 471-478
Äikäs, T.; Salmi, A.-K. 2013: The sieidi is a better altar/the noaidi drum's a purer church bell: long-term changes and syncretism at Smi offering sites. World Archaeology 45(1): 64-82
Lund, J. 2013: Fragments of a conversion: handling bodies and objects in pagan and Christian Scandinavia ad 8001100. World Archaeology 45(1): 46-63
Carvajal, J.C. 2013: Islamicization or Islamicizations? Expansion of Islam and social practice in the Vega of Granada (south-east Spain). World Archaeology 45(1): 109-123
Hiscock, P. 2013: Beyond the Dreamtime: archaeology and explorations of religious change in Australia. World Archaeology 45(1): 124-136
Perring, S.M. 2013: Reformation of the English cathedral landscape: negotiating change in York Minster Close c . 15001642. World Archaeology 45(1): 186-205
Bradley, R.; Nimura, C. 2013: The earth, the sky and the water's edge: changing beliefs in the earlier prehistory of Northern Europe. World Archaeology 45(1): 12-26
Eeckhout, P. 2013: Change and permanency on the coast of ancient Peru: the religious site of Pachacamac. World Archaeology 45(1): 137-160
Andrén, A. 2013: The significance of places: the Christianization of Scandinavia from a spatial point of view. World Archaeology 45(1): 27-45
Graham, E.; Simmons, S.E.; White, C.D. 2013: The Spanish conquest and the Maya collapse: how religious is change?. World Archaeology 45(1): 161-185
Shaw, J. 2013: Archaeologies of Buddhist propagation in ancient India: ritual and practical models of religious change. World Archaeology 45(1): 83-108
Shaw, J. 2013: Archaeology of religious change: introduction. World Archaeology 45(1): 1-11
Gardeła, L.; Duma, P. 2013: Untimely death: atypical burials of children in early and late medieval Poland. World Archaeology 45(2): 314-332
Graham, E.-J. 2013: The making of infants in Hellenistic and early Roman Italy: a votive perspective. World Archaeology 45(2): 215-231
Brereton, G. 2013: Cultures of infancy and capital accumulation in pre-urban Mesopotamia. World Archaeology 45(2): 232-251
Sayer, D.; Dickinson, S.D. 2013: Reconsidering obstetric death and female fertility in Anglo-Saxon England. World Archaeology 45(2): 285-297
Claassen, C. 2013: Infanticide and sacrifices among Archaic babies of the central United States. World Archaeology 45(2): 298-313