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  • N 584

    21 abril 2003

    e-mail: [email protected]

    Responsable de la Seccin: Carmen Alcrudo Dirige: Jos Miguel Alcrudo

    Fundada en 1945

    PRTICOSemanalArqueologa 74

    METODOLOGA001 Ahfeldt, L. K.: Work and Worship. Laser Scanner Analysis of Viking AgeRune Stones2002 230 pp., fig., fot., grf. 52,40

    002 Attema, P. / G.-J. Burgers / E. van Joolen / M. van Leusen / B. Mater, eds:New Developments in Italian Landscape Archaeology. Theory and Methodologyof Field Survey. Land Evaluation and Landscape Perception. Pottery Productionand Distribution. Proceedings of a Three-Day Conference Held at the University

    Metodologa: 001 023Prehistoria: 024 113

    Obras generales: 024 044Paleoltico-Neoltico: 045 071Edad de los metales: 072 093

    Espaa: 094 113Arqueologa: 114 244

    Obras generales: 114 135Oriente: 136 154Grecia: 155 165Roma: 166 211

    Pennsula Ibrica: 212 230Medieval: 231 244

    Epigrafa Numismtica: 245 267

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    of Groningen, April 13-15, 20002002 xi + 265 pp., fig., fot., map. 61,38INDICE: Introduction: D. Yntema: Advances in regional research in the Mediterranean GeneralPapers: G.-J. Burgers: The aims of the RPC project M. Kleibrink: A short history of dutch researchin the Mediterranean P. Attema: Two challenges for landscape archaeology J. Bintliff: Settlementpattern analysis and demographic modeling A. Vanzetti: Some current approaches to protohistoriccentralization and urbanization in Italy F. DAndria: Greek colonization and romanization from anative perspective A. Zifferero: Pottery production and metallurgy G.-J. Burgers: Comparativesettlement archaeology M. van Leusen: Understanding digital archaeological landscapes B.Mater: Change in pottery technology and production in the light of urbanization and colonization E. van Joolen: Potential land evaluation in archaeology P. Attema: Landscape perception inarchaeology: the urban and colonial experience.

    003 Banning, E. B.: Archaeological Survey2002 xxi + 273 pp., 38 fig. 54,60INDICE: Introduction The goals of archaeological survey The discovery of archaeological materialsby survey Units, sampling frames, and edge effects in archaeological survey Sampling space: statisticalsurveys Purposive survey: prospection Surveying for spatial structure Cultural resource manage-ment and site significance Surveying sites and landscapes Evaluating surveys Surveying the future Appendix: Health, safety, and practical matters in field survey.

    004 Botella, M. C. / I. Alemn / S. A. Jimnez: Los huesos humanos.Manipulacin y alteraciones2000 229 pp., lm. col. 30,00

    005 Cambi, F. / N. Terrenato: Introduzione allarcheologia dei paesaggi1994 313 pp., 60 fig. 26,42

    006 Capogrossi, M.: Primi interventi di conservazione sui reperti mobili nelloscavo archeologico2002 vi + 87 pp., 39 fig. 51,43

    007 Carman, J.: Archaeology and Heritage. An Introduction2002 xii + 228 pp., 44 fig. 33,16INDICE: Introductory interlude: A note about literature and discourses of heritage and archaeology Heritage all around us Components of the heritage and their treatment Institutions of heritage Public archaeologies: 1: Defining the public; 2: Engaging with the public The value debate inarchaeology Relocating heritage in archaeology.

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    A. CASTELLANO / M. MARTINIE. SIBILIA, eds.

    ELEMENTI DI ARCHEOMETRIAMetodi fisici per i beni culturali

    2002 ix + 371 pp., fot., grf. 26,00INDICE: 1. Introduzione allarcheometria: C. DAmico: Alcune riflessioni sulla naturadellarcheometria G. E. Gigante: Origine e significato dellarcheometria e delle scienzeapplicate alla conservazione 2. Tecniche di datazione: S. Improta: Il metodo didatazione del carbonio 14 F. Terrasi: Metodi di datazione mediante spettrometria dimassa ultrasensibile (AMS) M. Martini / E. Sibilia: Datazione con termoluminescenza:principi, tecniche, campi di applicazione 3. Microanalisi non distruttive: M. Milazzo:Analisi XRF quantitativa nelle applicazioni archeometriche R. Cesareo & al.: La tecnicadella fluorescenza a raggi X in dispersione di energia (EDXRF) per lo studio de lasalvaguardia dei beni culturali 4. Tecniche diagnostiche: A. Castellano / S. Quarta:Tecniche radiografiche per larcheometria R. Cesareo: Tomografia X e gamma per lostudio di manufatti artistici M. Cetica & al.: Tecniche di imaging multispettrale M.Bellaria / D. Bertani: La riflettografia infrarossa R. Fontana & al.: Tecniche ottiche permisurare la forma F. Petrucci: Spettroscopia per immagini per la diagnostica di operedarte contemporanea N. Ludwig: Tecniche termografiche per la diagnosticasulledilizia storica 5. Tecniche geofisiche e microclimatiche: M. T. Carrozzo & al.:Metodi geofisici per i beni culturali A. Bernardi: Metodologia per unanalisi microcli-matica per la conservazione delle opere darte negli ambienti interni.

    009 Chenal-Velarde, I.: La faune du site nolithique de Sion-Avenue Ritz(Valais, Suisse). Histoire dun levage villageois il y a 5000 ans. Avec lescontributions de O. Putelat et H. Fernndez2002 151 pp., 60 fig., 4 lm., tabl. 48,11

    010 DAndria, F. / M. Guaitoli, eds.: Metodologie di catalogazione dei beniarcheologici, I,11997 256 pp., fig., 5 plan. 26,83

    011 DAndria, F. / M. Guaitoli, eds.: Metodologie di catalogazione dei beni

    008

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    archeologici, I,21997 200 pp., fig., despl. 16,02

    012 Davis, S. J. M.: La arqueologa de los animales. Con unas apostillas delprof. J. Estvez1989 243 pp., fig. 25,00

    013 Fletcher, R.: The Limits of Settlement Growth. A Theoretical Outline1995 xxiv + 276 pp., 94 fig., 3 grf. 98,70INDICE: 1. Teoretical Context. The Role of the Material as Behaviour: Archaeology, settlement growthand the material component of human behaviour The material as behaviour A hierarchy of socialexplanation: locating the material 2. The Limits of Settlement Growth. Behavioural Stress and theMaterial Management of Community Life: The behavioural parameters of interaction and communica-tion Settlement growth trajectories Settlement growth transitions and the role of the material 3. Implications. Transformations and Constraints of Community Life: The development of sedentism The development of agrarian and industrial urbanism Future urban growth.

    014 French, C.: Geoarchaeology in Action. Studies in Soil Micromorphologyand Landscape Evolution2003 xxi + 291 pp., 100 fig. 33,15INDICE: 1. Some Essential Elements of Geoarchaeology: Method and Practice: Issues and aims ingeoarchaeology Processes of archaeological preservation Geomorphological processes Soils,sediments and buried soils Lowland and upland landscape systems 2. Geoarchaeology in Action:Case Studies and Syntheses: The lower Welland valley, Cambridgeshire, England The Fengate shore,lower Nene valley and the Flag Fen basin, Cambridgeshire, England The development of theCambridgeshire fenlands of eastern England The lower Great Ouse valley, Cambridgeshire, England The dyke survey in the northwestern Cambridgeshire fenlands Monitoring desiccation, erosionand preservation of sites and landscapes in the East Anglian wetlands and elsewhere Wyke Downand the upper Allen valley, Cranborne Chase, Dorset, England The lower aguas basin, southeasternSpain The Troina river valley, north-central Sicily The Dhamar region, central Highlands, Yemen The environs of Tell Brak, northeastern Syria The steppe at Botai, northeastern Kazakhstan.

    015 Fuchs, M.: Die OSL-Datierung von Archosedimenten zur RekonstruktionAnthropogen Bedingter Sedimentumlagerung. Geoarchologische Untersu-chungen im Becken von Phlious, Ne-Peloponnes, Griechenland2001 179 pp., fig., map. 50,00

    016 Garrison, E. G.: Techniques in Archaeological Geology2003 317 pp., 102 fig., 20 tabl. 83,15INDICE: Survey and mapping the geomorphological and geological context Geophysical techniques forarchaeology Field sampling techniques for archaeological sediments and soils Analytical techniquesfor archaeological sediments Petrography for archaeological geology Instrumental analytical techiquesfor archaeological geology Statistics in archaeological geology References.

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    017 Giardino, C.: I metalli nel mondo antico. Introduzioneallarcheometallurgia1998 xii + 277 pp., fig. 20,80

    018 Leakey, M. G. / J. M. Harris, eds.: Lothagam: the Dawn of Humanity inEastern Africa2001 684 pp., 173 lm., fig., grf. 204,25INDICE: Geology, Paleosols, and Dating: C. S. Feibel: Stratrigraphy and depositional history of theLothagam sequence J. G. Wynn: Miocene and pliocene paleosols of Lothagam I. McDougall / C.S. Feibel: Numerical age control for the miocene-pliocene succession at Lothagam, a hominoid-bearingsequence in the northern Kenya rift Crustacea and Pisces: J. W. Martin / S. Trautwein: Fossil crabs(crustacea, decapoda, brachyura) from Lothagam K. M. Stewart: Fossil fish remains from mio-pliocene deposits at Lothagam, Kenya Reptilia and Aves: R. C. Wood: Fossil turtles from Lothagam G. W. Storrs: Late miocene-early pliocene crocodilian fauna of Lothagam, southwest Turkana Basin,Kenya J. M. Harris / M. G. Leakey: Lothagam birds Lagomorpha and Rodentia: A. J. Winkler:Rodents and lagomorphs from the miocene and pliocene of Lothagam, northern Kenya Primates: M.G. Leakey & al.: Cercopithecidae from Lothagam M. G. Leakey / A. C. Walker: The Lothagamhominids Carnivora: L. Werdelin: Mio-pliocene carnivora from Lothagam, Kenya Proboscideaand Tubulidentata: P. Tassy: Elephantoidea from Lothagam J. M. Harris: Deinotheres from theLogatham succession S. A. H. Milledge: Fossil Aardvarks from the Lothagam beds Perissodac-tyla: J. M. Harris / M. G. Leakey: Lothagam rhinocerotidae R. L.

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