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The 'lost caravans' of Ma'den Ijafen revisited: re-appraising its cargo of cowries, a medieval global commodity2018 Journal of African archaeology 16 (2): 125-44
  • A. Haour
  • A.C. Christie
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]1612-1651French summary
The role of the traingular trade and Columbian exchange in shaping the modern world2018 Digging stick 35 (2): 11-14
  • Natalie Swanepoel
H6/KE [SOUTH-]1013-7521
Beyond adornment: cowry use as potter's tool in the first impressed wares of the southwestern Mediterranean coast, (northern Morocco)2018 Journal of island and coastal archaeology 13 (3): 420-37
  • Guillem Pérez Jordá
  • Juan Carlos Vera Rodríguez
  • Leonor Peña-Chocarro
  • Marta Moreno García
  • Rafael M. Martínez Sánchez
  • Youssef Bokbot
H6/KE [ISLAND-]1556-4894
Traces of castes and other social strata in the Maldives: a case study of social stratification in a diachronic perspective (Ethnographic, historic, and linguistic evidence)2014 Zeitschrift für Ethnologie 139 (2): 199-213
  • Leonid Kulikov
H6 [ZEITSCHRIFT-]0044-2666
The jewellery hoard from Podbiel, Otwock district (Poland)2013 Fontes archaeologici posnanienses 49: 193-212
  • Urszula Narożna-Szamałek
qH6/KE [FONTES-]0071-6863English summary
Cowrie shells in the jewellery hoard from Podbiel, Otwock district (Poland)2013 Fontes archaeologici posnanienses 49: 213-21
  • Aldona Kurzawska
qH6/KE [FONTES-]0071-6863English summary
Beyond expertise: reflections on specialist agency and the autonomy of the divinatory ritual process2009 Africa 79 (1): 92-109
  • Knut Graw
H6/KY [AFRICA-]0001-9720in special issue 'Knowledge in practice: expertise and the transmission of knowledge'; French summary
Money in colonial transition: cowries and francs in West Africa2004 American anthropologist 106 (1): 71-84
  • Mahir Şaul
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294in thematic section 'Flouting colonialism'
Of small things remembered: beads, cowries, and cultural translations of the Atlantic experience in Yorubaland2002 International journal of African historical studies 35 (2/3): 427-57
  • Akinwumi Ogundiran
0361-7882
Haben die landnehmenden Ungarn Kaurischnecken als Geld gehabt? Allgemeine und konkrete Annäherung der Frage1999/2000 Acta archaeologica 51 (1/4): 473-87
  • L. Kovács
0001-5210
Cowrie shell tools: fact or fiction?1993 Archaeology in Oceania 28 (1): 40-9
  • D H R Spennemann
Breadfruit peelers: old technology but still high tech1992 Ennaanin etto: news from the past 2 (1): 11
  • Anonymous
Posthumous questions for Karl Polanyi: price inflation in pre-colonial Dahomey1992 Journal of African History 33 (3): 387-420
  • R C C Law