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Warriors, kings, and Teohuaque at Tula: a reconsideration of the so-called "warrior pillars" atop Pyramid B2021 Ancient Mesoamerica 32 (1): 146-64
  • Elizabeth Jiménez García
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361in special section 'Tula in the twenty-first century: new data, new perspectives, new insights'; Spanish summary
New discoveries of Vertical Series and Foothills abstract rock art at Writing-on-Stone DgOv-2, southern Alberta2021 Plains anthropologist 66 (259): 179-216
  • Jack W. Brink
  • Landon Bendiak
  • Michael Turney
H6/KUB [PLAINS-]0032-0447
50 years and worlds apart: rethinking the Holocene occupation of Cloggs Cave (East Gippsland, SE Australia) five decades after its initial archaeological excavation and in light of GunaiKurnai world views2021 Australian archaeology 87 (1): 1-20
  • GunaiKurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation
  • Birgitta Stephenson
  • Bruno David
  • Chris Urwin
  • Fiona Petchey
  • Helen Green
  • Jean-Jacques Delannoy
  • Jeremy Ash
  • Jerome Mialanes
  • Joanna Fresłov
  • Joe Crouch
  • Johan Berthet
  • Lee J. Arnold
  • Lynette Russell
  • Matthew McDowell
  • Rachel Wood
  • Richard Fullagar
  • Russell Mullett
  • Vanessa N. L. Wong
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
The Australian Yodda: a massive, mysterious, and pan-continental flaked stone oddity2021 Australian archaeology 87 (1): 84-92
  • Kim Akerman
  • Mervyn Street
  • Tim Maloney
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
Reconstructing rock art chronology with transfer learning: A case study from Arnhem Land, Australia2021 Australian archaeology 87 (2): 115-26
  • Mimal Land Management Aboriginal Corporation
  • Abraham Weson
  • Alfred Nayinggul
  • Daryl Wesley
  • Dudley Lawrence
  • Ian Moffat
  • James Keal
  • Jarrad Kowlessar
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
Proposition de lecture génitale féminine pour les supposées 'nasses' dans l'art rupestre du Sahara préhistorique2021 Almogaren 52: 17-170
  • François Soleilhavoup
  • Jean-Pierre Duhard
H6/KE [ALMOGAREN-]German and English summaries
Note about the 'idols' of the Moroccan High Atlas2021 Almogaren 52: 253-6
  • Alain Rodrigue
H6/KE [ALMOGAREN-]French and German summaries
The story is in the rocks: how stone artifact scatters can inform our understanding of ancient Aboriginal stone arrangement functions2020 Journal of field archaeology 45 (2): 106-19
  • Michael J. Slack
  • W. Boone Law
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]2042-4582
An indigenous archive: documenting Comanche history through rock art2020 American Indian quarterly 44 (2): 196-220
  • Lindsay M. Montgomery
  • Severin Fowles
H6/KUB [AMERICAN-]0095-182Xin special issue 'Epistemic colonialism'
Explaining toad bones in southern Apalachian archaeological deposits2020 American antiquity 85 (2): 305-30
  • J. Matthew Compton
  • Thomas R. Whyte
*H6/KE [AMERICAN-]0002-7316Spanish summary
The COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives for reimaging and reimagining archaeological practice2020 African archaeological review 37 (3): 471-3
  • Akinwumi Ogundiran
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in thematic section 'The COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives for reimaging and reimagining archaeological practice'
Archaeology of two pandemics and Teranga aesthetic2020 African archaeological review 37 (3): 475-9
  • Ibrahima Thiaw
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in thematic section 'The COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives for reimaging and reimagining archaeological practice'; French summary
Amy ty lilin-draza’ay: building archaeological practice on principles of community2020 African archaeological review 37 (3): 481-5
  • Kristina Douglass
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in thematic section 'The COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives for reimaging and reimagining archaeological practice'; French summary
Disease as a factor in the African archaeological record2020 African archaeological review 37 (3): 487-90
  • Susan Pfeiffer
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in thematic section 'The COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives for reimaging and reimagining archaeological practice'; French summary
Dark side archaeology: climate change and Mid-Holocene Saharan pastoral adaptation2020 African archaeological review 37 (3): 491-5
  • Augustin F. C. Holl
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in thematic section 'The COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives for reimaging and reimagining archaeological practice'; French summary
Managing epidemics in ancestral Yorùbá towns and cities: 'sacred groves' as isolation sites2020 African archaeological review 37 (3): 497-502
  • Akinwumi Ogundiran
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in thematic section 'The COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives for reimaging and reimagining archaeological practice'; French summary
Issues emerging: thoughts on the reflective articles on coronavirus (COVID-19) and African archaeology2020 African archaeological review 37 (3): 503-7
  • Shadreck Chirikure
*H6/KE [AFRICAN-]0263-0338in thematic section 'The COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives for reimaging and reimagining archaeological practice'
Challenging metanarratives: the past lives in the present2020 Archaeology in Oceania 55 (2): 65-71
  • Anne Ross
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121introduction to special issue 'Challenging metanarratives: the past lives in the present'; French summary
Tracing pathways: writing archaeology in Nyiyaparli country2020 Archaeology in Oceania 55 (2): 72-81
  • Caroline Bird
  • Fiona Hook
  • James W. Rhoads
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121in special issue 'Challenging metanarratives: the past lives in the present'; Spanish summary
Fishing facts and phishing fictions on K'gari (Fraser Island): archaeological discourse in a post-truth world2020 Archaeology in Oceania 55 (2): 82-92
  • Andrew James Meyric Costello
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121in special issue 'Challenging metanarratives: the past lives in the present'; Spanish summary
Looking after bulurru: protecting the scientific and cultural values of an Aboriginal rock art complex in northern Queensland2020 Archaeology in Oceania 55 (2): 93-105
  • Alice Buhrich
  • Willie SR Brim
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121in special issue 'Challenging metanarratives: the past lives in the present'; Spanish summary
What painting? Encountering and interpreting the archaeological record in western Arnhem Land, northern Australia2020 Archaeology in Oceania 55 (2): 106-17
  • Joakim Goldhahn
  • Liam M. Brady
  • Patrick Lamilami
  • Paul S. C. Taçon
  • Sally K. May
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121in special issue 'Challenging metanarratives: the past lives in the present'; Spanish and Portuguese summaries
Creating and renewing identity and value through the use of non-invasive archaeological methods: Mapoon unmarked graves, potential burial mounds and cemeteries project, western Cape York peninsula, Queensland What painting? Encountering and interpreting the archaeological record in western Arnhem Land, northern Australia2020 Archaeology in Oceania 55 (2): 118-28
  • Emma St Pierre
  • Lawrence B. Conyers
  • Mary-Jean Sutton
  • Simon Pearce
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121in special issue 'Challenging metanarratives: the past lives in the present'; French summary
The value of contemporary social significance in archaeological assessment and its implications for current legislative reform: a case study from the Esperance region, Western Australia2020 Archaeology in Oceania 55 (2): 129-37
  • David R. Guilfoyle
  • Myles B. Mitchell
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121in special issue 'Challenging metanarratives: the past lives in the present'; Spanish summary
Costly signalling and the distribution of monumental mounds in Savai‘i and ‘Upolu, Sāmoa2020 Archaeology in Oceania 55 (3): 141-52
  • Ethan E. Cochrane
  • Hayley J. Glover
  • Thegn N. Ladefoged
H6/KX [ARCHEOLOGY-]0003-8121French summary
Sex, prestige, and booming death - or eating bread: Natufian low-level food production in Southwest Asia (15,000-11,500 Cal BP). A comment on Rosenberg and Nadel 20142020 Current anthropology 61 (1): 124-8
  • David Eitam
H6 [CURRENT-]1537-5382comments on 'The sounds of pounding: boulder mortars and their significance to Natufian burial customs' in Curr Anthrop 2014 (55):6, 784-812
The function and context of Natufian stone mortars. A reply to Eitam2020 Current anthropology 61 (1): 129-31
  • Dani Nadel
  • Danny Rosenberg
H6 [CURRENT-]1537-5382response to 'Sex, prestige, and booming death - or eating bread: Natufian low-level food production in Southwest Asia (15,000-11,500 Cal BP)' by D Eitam see this issue, 124-8
Do it right! We may reconstruct the Natufian socioeconomic milieu through stone tools study: a reply to Rosenberg and Nadel2020 Current anthropology 61 (5): 648-50
  • David Eitam
H6 [CURRENT-]1537-5382response to 'The function and context of Natufian stone mortars. A reply to Eitam' in Curr Anthrop 2020 (61):1, 129-31
Archaeological pitfalls of storage2020 Current anthropology 61 (6): 763-93
  • Brian Hayden
H6 [CURRENT-]1537-5382with comments and reply
Reexamination of the chronology of the Bangudae petroglyphs and whaling in prehistoric Korea: a different perspective2020 Journal of anthropological research 76 (4): 480-506
  • Bong W. Kang
H6 [SOUTHWESTERN-]0091-7710
In defence of representation2020 World archaeology 52 (3): 395-411
  • Robert W. Preucel
H6/KE [WORLD-]1470-1375in special issue 'Representation and meaning in archaeology'
Shamanism and rock art2020 Arts & cultures (21): 82-91
  • Jean-Loïc Le Quellec
*H6/KFY [ARTS-]ONLY ISBNin thematic issue 'Shamanism and the sacred'
Caught in a net. An analysis of net-figures in the rock art of Bohuslän and southern Sweden2020 Adoranten : 96-114
  • Barbara Oosterwijk
Rethinking the age and unity of large naturalistic animal forms in early Western Arnhem Land Rock Art, Australia2020 Australian archaeology 86 (3): 238-52
  • Clare McFadden
  • Daryl Wesley
  • Iain G. Johnston
  • Paul S. C. Taçon
  • Sally K. May
  • Tristen Jones
*H6/KE [AUSTRALIAN-]0312-2417
A short note about windbreaks and 'U-shaped monuments' in Lanzarote (Canary Islands)2020 Almogaren 51: 75-84
  • Hans-Joachim Ulrich
H6/KE [ALMOGAREN-]Spanish and German summaries
Les spirales doubles de Zug (Sahara Occidental: un symbole taurin?2020 Almogaren 51: 155-90
  • Alain Rodrigue
  • Andoni Sáenz de Buruaga
H6/KE [ALMOGAREN-]Spanish and English summaries
Hieroglyphic texting: ideologies and practices of Classic Maya written evidence2020 Cambridge archaeological journal 30 (4): 611-28
  • Sarah E. Jackson
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
New technology and archaeological practice. Improving the primary archaeological recording process in excavation by means of UAS photogrammetry2019 Journal of archaeological science 101: 11-20
  • Jitte Waagen
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403
Spilled ink blots the mind: a reply to Merrit et al. (2018) on subjectivity and bone surface modifications2019 Journal of archaeological science 102: 80-6
  • Isabel Cáceras
  • José Yravedra
  • Manuel Domínguez-Rodrigo
  • Palmira Saladié
  • Rosa Huguet
H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0305-4403reply to SR Merritt et al., see this issue 71-9
Distinguishing the uses, functions, and purposes of classic Maya "chocolate" containers: not all cups are for drinking2019 Ancient Mesoamerica 30 (1): 13-30
  • Jennifer Loughmiller-Cardinal
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361Spanish summary
Una concha esgrafiada tolteca: apuntes tecnológicos e iconográficos2019 Ancient Mesoamerica 30 (1): 59-73
  • Adrián Valásquez Castro
  • Norma Valentín Maldonado
  • Stephen Castillo Bernal
*H6/KE [ANCIENT-]0956-5361English summary
Mixteca-Puebla style ceramics from early Postclassic Pacific Nicaragua2019 Mexicon 41 (3): 77-88
  • Geoffrey McCafferty
*H6/KUL [MEXICON-]0720-5988German and Spanish summaries
A possible proto-underwater panther: late Archaic/Woodland carved bone in the northern Everglades2019 Florida anthropologist 72 (2): 54-66
  • Christian Davenport
H6/KUB [FLORIDA-]0015-3893
From top down under: new insights into the social significance of superimposition in the rock art of northern Kimberly, Australia2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (3): 479-95
  • Anna Paula Motta
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Levels of narrativity in Scandinavian Bronze Age petroglyphs2019 Cambridge archaeological journal 29 (3): 497-516
  • Anna Cabak Rédel
  • Michael Ranta
  • Peter Skoglund
  • Tomas Person
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-]0959-7743
Building Stonehenge? An alternative interpretation of lipid residues in Neolithic grooved ware from Durrington Walls2019 Antiquity 93 (370): 1052-60
  • Lisa-Marie Shillito
H6/KE [ANTIQUITY-]0003-598X
Taming the ontological wolves: learning from Iroquoian effigy objects2019 American anthropologist 121 (3): 613-27
  • Craig N. Cipolla
*H6 [AMERICAN-]0002-7294Spanish and French summaries
Toward archaeological predictive modeling in the Bosutswe region of Botswana: utilizing multispectral satellite imagery to conceptualize ancient landscapes2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 54: 68-83
  • Adam Barnes
  • Carla Klehm
  • Christopher Kiahtipes
  • Forrest Follett
  • Katie Simon
  • Sarah Mothulatshipi
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Biocultural consequences of the Late Woodland transition at Forbush Creek, North Carolina (AD 800-1200)2019 Journal of anthropological archaeology 54: 121-32
  • Dale L. Hutchinson
  • Steph M. Berger
*H6/KE [JOURNAL-]0278-4165
Los caracoles monumentales del recinto sagrado de Tenochtitlan2019 Arqueología mexicana 27 (160): 26-35
  • Leonardo López Luján
  • Simon Martin
*H6/KUL [ARQUEOLOGIA-]0188-8218in thematic issue 'México en 1519'