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Extractions: European Archaeology Page 2 - Isle of Man through Wales To European archaeology Page 1 Home Britain now has its own page Other Archaeology Topics Africa Archaeoastronomy Asia Australia/Oceania ... Wales Isle of Man Billown Neolithic Landscape Project... - About archaeology on the Isle of Man in general and the Billown landscape project in particular - photos - From Bournemouth University - http:// csweb.bournemouth.ac.uk/consci/billown/index.htm Isle of Man Archaeology [Manx Archaeology] "This personal home page deals with archaeology on the Isle of Man." - photos - http:// homepages.enterprise.net/djr/ Top of Page Italy Alezio You will find maps and geophysical reports about the archaeological sites at Alezio, Italy, along with a report on survey finds. - illustrated - From University of Sydney - http://www.arts.usyd.edu.au/departs/archaeology/Projects/Robinson/Alezio/index.html Anglo- American Project in Pompeii Ongoing archaeology site on Pompeii. - photos - http://www.brad.ac.uk/acad/archsci/field_proj/anampomp/anampomp.html Archaeology of the Forum and Palatine Great study guide about ancient Rome from Furman University. - photos - From Furman University -
Western European Archaeology and links to actual archives from the Western european countries. reports on mostof the countries in Europe. version of the Atlas contains lowresolution maps http://archaeology.about.com/cs/westerneurope/
Extractions: zJs=10 zJs=11 zJs=12 zJs=13 zc(5,'jsc',zJs,9999999,'') About Homework Help Archaeology World Archaeology ... Regional Studies Western Europe Home Essentials Archaeology Glossary Book Catalog ... Get a Job! zau(256,152,180,'gob','http://z.about.com/5/ad/go.htm?gs='+gs,''); Ancient Civilizations Anthropology Archaeologists Art and Artifacts ... Help zau(256,138,125,'el','http://z.about.com/0/ip/417/0.htm','');w(xb+xb); Subscribe to the About Archaeology newsletter. Search Archaeology Archaeology of the greater European world Alphabetical Recent Feddersen Wierde: Iron Age Settlement Quintessential of all the Iron Age Saxon settlements, Feddersen Wierde is located on the marshy coastland of northern Germany. It was first occupied around the first century BC and continued without break until the 5th century AD. Medieval Kootwik A small 6th-11th century settlement in what is now the Netherlands provides a window into the early Medieval farming communities of the Lowlands. Late Prehistoric Architecture of North Portugal An intriguing new project from Vítor and Susana O. Jorge, among others, on the architecture of late prehistoric cultures and what the use of space might have meant. Lascaux Cave, France
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Extractions: Archaeology in Ecuador Contents: As in many Latin American countries, archaeology in Ecuador is the Cinderella of the sciences, except she has yet to find her prince to pick up her crystal slipper. Ecuador is a country rich in archaeological resources, with a chronology extending from Paleoindian times to the Inka conquest. The country also has a vast legacy of historical monuments that, unfortunately, have been ignored in archaeological investigations. The other group of Ecuadorian archaeologists consists of foreign professionals or doctoral candidates conducting research in Ecuador. They have temporarily made this country the center of their research, generally financed by universities or cultural institutions from abroad. It is not surprising, therefore, that most of the scientific contributions about the Ecuadorian past have been made by this group. Ecuadorian archaeologists represent less than 10 percent of the total number of archaeologists who have worked in the country. Because science does not recognize political frontiers, we do not disparage the contributions made by our foreign colleagues. However, our country needs national archaeologists to discover and study our cultural past, thereby strengthening the national identity.
Extractions: document.writeln(""); Home About Taking Care "Learning From Things" ... Contact Us ABOUT Partners Facilities/Resources Mission Programs ... Orientation Research Report FY 1993 Historical Archaeology Statistical Evaluation of the Lead Isotope Data on Geological Ore Samples from Western and Central Europe Robert Vocke, Research Collaborator, NIST Spanish artifacts excavated in Spain and the New World were reexamined to determine their provenance in relation to the newly determined European ore sources. We decided to trace the origins of the lead used in these 16th century Spanish artifacts to test the validity of the European ore fields and to illustrate the effective use of the lead isotope database. Some of the lead data used in this study were from a previously published study conducted at our laboratory on glaze samples taken from majolica from Spain and from Spanish colonial sites in the New World. The original study successfully demonstrated that majolica produced in Mexico could be distinguished from those produced in Spain and are characteristic of the lead isotopic composition found in Mexican ores.
Extractions: Wednesday 9 June 2004 Accessibility Privacy Advanced Search Help ... Access UCL History Subject Home Overview Taught Programmes Research ... Useful Contacts History - Academic Staff Christopher Abel, BA, MA, DPhil Senior Lecturer in Latin American History Political, social and economic history of Spanish America and the Caribbean in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Special interest in political change, religion, poverty, education, health-care and social policy in Latin America and the Caribbean Valentina Arena, PhD Lecturer in Ancient History History of the Roman Republic; politics and ancient political thought; Greek and Roman coins Kathleen Burk, BA, MA, DPhil Professor of Modern and Contemporary History Twentieth-century British and American foreign policy; history of the City of London; historiography; the Marshall Plan Stephen Conway, BA, PhD Professor of History Modern British political, social, and intellectual history. Special interests: British political and constitutional history from 1688; the American Revolution; war and society, 1688-1815 Michael Crawford, MA, FBA
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Extractions: 83 Archaeological evidence. The Skuldelev ships provide a convenient starting point for the Norse merchant ship in the early middle ages. Other archaeological evidence for this period is scanty. Excavations into the medieval harbour at Bryggen, the old harbour of Bergen, in 1960 revealed the remains of ships timbers reused as revetments. Some of these were very substantial, suggesting a very large Nordic ship of approximately 30 feet in the beam by over 80 feet in length, dated to the mid thirteenth century. The Bryggen finds suggested that Nordic shipbuilders were capable of producing substantial ships which might have competed with the more commonly known cog. Other finds of merchant ships include the 8th century Askekarr ship from Gothenburg, the 1200 AD Asker ship from Oslo, a variety of Nordic type ships on the Polish coast at Charbrow, Danzig, Szcecin, and at Hedeby (Haithabu) on the German/Danish coast and in the Zuider Zee (cf Bass for references, expand on these). The best documented of the medieval Nordic ships is the Kalmar boat from Sweden. The site picture shows the cross beams and vertical knees which have been noted in earlier ships, together with internal stringers. The Kalmar boat is dated to the C13th and reconstructions suggest new features borrowed from other European generic types
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Extractions: Front Page Today's Digest Week in Review Email Updates ... Outdoor Living Main Page See live article Archaeology (or archeology ) is the study of past and present human cultures through the analysis of material remains, including architecture artifacts , biofacts, human remains, and landscapes . In the United States , it is considered a branch of anthropology ; in Britain , it stands by itself but is more closely aligned with history Table of contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Importance and applicability
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Extractions: Archaeology (or archeology ) is the scientific study of human cultures through the recovery, documentation and analysis of material remains, including architecture artifacts biofacts , human remains, and landscapes . Other subfields of anthropology supplement the findings of archaeology, as do other disciplines. Scientists who study sites where humans are not involved are paleontologists ; techniques of the two disciplines overlap in the study of the earliest hominids , or in the explication of the mummified Neolithic Ötzi the Iceman . Studies of early hominids are also strongly supplemented by physical anthropology , the study of variations in human biology across time and space. In the study of relatively recent cultures which have been observed and studied by Western scholars, archaeology is closely allied with ethnography . This is the case in large parts of North America , the South Pacific Siberia , and other places. In the study of cultures that were literate or had literate neighbors, history and archaeology supplement one another for broader understanding of the complete cultural context, as at
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Extractions: Author Book Title Form Date J. Taylor Bronze Age Goldwork of the British Isles Hard Ian H. Longworth Collared Urns of the Bronze Age in Great Britain and Ireland Hard Francis Pryor English Heritage Book of Flag Fen : Prehistoric Fenland Centre Paper Kristian Kristiansen Europe Before History : The European World in the 1st and 2nd Millennium (New Studies in Archaeology) Hard A.F. Harding The Mycenaeans and Europe Hard Richard Bradley The Significance of Monuments : On the Shaping of Human Experience in Neolithic and Bronze Age Europe Hard Richard Bradley The Significance of Monuments : On the Shaping of Human Experience in Neolithic and Bronze Age Europe Paper D. Blair Gibson, Michael N. Geselowitz (Editor) Tribe and Polity in Late Prehistoric Europe : Demography, Production, and Exchange in the Evolution of Complex Social Systems Hard Colin Burgess Age of Stonehenge Astronomy and society in Britain during the period 4000-1500 B.C Peter Karl Schmidt The axes of Scotland and northern England Chris Musson The Breiddin hillfort : a later prehistoric settlement in the Welsh Marches John Waddell The Bronze Age burials of Ireland Trevor G. Cowie
Extractions: Home Publications Environmental Archaeology Environmental Archaeology. The journal of human palaeoecology Volume 6 Published October 2001 Journal Menu Journal home Volume 1 (05/1998) Volume 2 (05/1998) Volume 3 (12/1998) Volume 4 (10/1999) Volume 5 (10/2000) Volume 6 (10/2001) Volume 7 (10/2002) Volume 8.1 (04/2003) Volume 8.2 (10/2003) Editorial Policy Editorial Board How to subscribe Info for authors Discount for members OXBOW books Research Papers D. N. Smith, R. Roseff and S. Butler The Sediments, Pollen, Plant Macro-Fossils and Insects from a Bronze Age Channel Fill at Yoxall Bridge, Staffordshire Eileen M. Murphy Medieval and Post-Medieval Butchered Dogs from Carrickfergus, Co. Antrim, Northern Ireland Joseph Schuldenrein and Geoffrey A. Clark Prehistoric Landscapes and Settlement Geography along the Wadi Hasa, West-Central Jordan. Part I: Geoarchaeology, Human Palaeoecology and Ethnographic Modelling Lisbeth Prøsch-Danielsen The Environmental Aspects and Palynological Signals of the Fairy-Circles Ancient Earthworks linked to Coastal Heathland in South-Western Norway Sabine Hosch and Stefanie Jacomet New Aspects of Archaeobotanical Research in Central European Neolithic Lake Dwelling Sites Wietske Prummel The Significance of Animals to the Early Medieval Frisians in the Northern Coastal Area of the Netherlands: Archaeozoological, Iconographic, Historical and Literary Evidence
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Extractions: Select a Course: Anthropology Applied Social Studies Biology Chemistry Classics Computer Science Economics Education Electronic Engineering English Experimental Physics French Geography German Mathematical Physics Mathematics Medieval Irish Modern History Music Nua Ghaeilge Philosophy Psychology Sociology Research Areas Maynooth is one of the principal centres of research into the history of Ireland. The department offers direction of research in every period of Irish history, including local history. The Maynooth Libraries have substantial holdings of primary reference material for significant areas of Irish history: proximity to Dublin and the major national repositories such as the National Library and the National Archives makes Maynooth an ideal location for Irish historical research. The ALCID card, obtainable by all registered students, allows access to the libraries of Trinity College Dublin, the Royal Irish Academy, and University College Dublin. Among the themes of research are Irish historic settlement, church and society in pre-Norman Ireland, political and religious reform in Tudor Ireland, social, economic and cultural change in the seventeenth century, political thought in the eighteenth century, poverty, emigration and medicine in the nineteenth century, and political mobilisation in modern Ireland. Irish and comparative urban history is a particular research strength, as is Irish migration overseas, especially to continental Europe in the early modern period.
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Extractions: The Scribner world history series has embraced ancient Mesopotamia and Egypt ( Civilizations of the Ancient Near East ), Greece and Rome ( Civilization of the Ancient Mediterranean ) and the thousand-year span of medieval times ( Dictionary of the Middle Ages ). Now it expands to cover a world beyond the reach of imperial rule and historical documentation - the vast realm of the so-called "barbarian" peoples. This era is the longest of all, stretching all the way from 8000 B.C. through the Migration Period of the early Middle Ages to the Vikings, who were the first to voyage across the Atlantic Ocean c. A.D. 1000. The Greeks called their northern neighbors "barbarians" simply because they spoke no Greek. The word itself still connotes coarseness and even violence. Yet we know through archaeology and historical research that the label masks a variety of remarkable cultures: the Scythians of the 6th century B.C. made dazzling gold ornaments; a thriving society in Britain erected the mysterious monuments of Stonehenge over several centuries; a Germanic tribe in Gaul defeated the armies of Caesar Augustus and established the Rhine as the northern limit of Roman rule.
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Extractions: The Catholic University of Leuven is the oldest university in the Low Countries and the biggest in Flanders. Founded in 1425, it now welcomes more than 25,000 students, 8 % of which come from outside Belgium. Its Department of History has a long-standing reputation for research on such topics as Belgian identity politics since the late 18th century, historiography and historical culture in the nineteenth and twentieth century Europe, history of ideas and history of science between 1860 and 1940. The Leuven Department of History is implicated in AREA at two levels of activities: Upon the results of the documentary track, a doctoral or post-doctoral researcher will be involved with topical research on the interrelationship between archaeology and Belgian identity politics. This may involve both the archaeology of Belgium (such as nineteenth-century Palaeolithic archaeology or Gallo-Roman archaeology during the Interbellum), as well as the activities of Belgian archaeologists abroad (such as in Egypt, Congo, or the Vatican). For its AREA activities, the Leuven Department of History works in close association with a number a related disciplines and institutions:
Extractions: By Alphabet : Encyclopedia A-Z L Related Category: Archaeology, General La TEne [lA ten] Pronunciation Key , ancient Celtic site on Lake NeuchAtel, Switzerland, that gives its name to the second and final period of the European Iron Age . It is characterized by an art style that drew upon Greek, Etruscan, and Scythian motifs and translated them into highly abstract designs in metal, pottery, and wood. The earliest phase of Tenian culture, from the 6th to the late 5th cent. B.C. , spread from the middle Rhine region E into the Danube valley, S into Switzerland, and W and N into France, the Low Countries, Denmark, and the British Isles; this was the period of the first of the great Celtic (see Celt ) migrations. Tenian culture flourished until subjected to the advances of the Roman Empire. The Celtic peoples of the La TEne period borrowed much from older civilizations, including the Etruscan chariot, woodworking tools that enabled them to clear temperate forests for planting, and Greek agricultural implements such as the rotary millstone. Native coinage appeared in Gaul during the latter part of the period, along with the fortified townships eventually conquered by Julius Caesar. An exceptional example of late Tenian culture is found in the ancient lake dwellings of Glastonbury, S England.
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Extractions: The collection of historical primary and secondary source material supports teaching and research in history and its auxiliary sciences. The collection development emphasis is on acquiring current and retrospective materials to support the present and future needs of faculty and student research and teaching of the Department of History at the University of Colorado at Boulder. A. Curricular emphasis: