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Viewing the world through cosmovision at Late Preclassic Noh K'uh in Chiapas, Mexico 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 1-17
  • Santiago Juarez
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Can we decolonize the ancient past? Bridging postcolonial and decolonial theory in Sudanese and Nubian archaeology 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 19-37
  • Rennan Lemos
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Photographic insights from engaged archaeology: Yucatan and beyond 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 39-53
  • Sarah Kurnick
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Not all that glitters is gold? Rock crystal in the early British Neolithic at Dorstone Hill, Herefordshire, and the wider British and Irish context 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 55-74
  • Dana Challinor
  • Elizabeth Healey
  • Irene Garcia Rovira
  • Julian Thomas
  • Julie Birchenall
  • Keith Ray
  • Nick J. Overton
  • Tim Hoverd
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Complexity, instability and contradiction: the impact of human-thing entanglement on the social decline of the Hamin Mangha Neolithic site in China 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 75-97
  • Yan Liu
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Cultures of creativity: hieroglyphic innovation in the Classic Maya lowlands 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 99-118
  • Mallory E. Matsumoto
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
The political economy of livestock in early states 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 119-36
  • Ari Caramanica
  • Max Price
  • Noa Corcoran Tadd
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Large predator hunting and its imterpretation: leopards, bears, and lions in the archaeological record of the southern Levant 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 137-56
  • Assaf Nativ
  • Hagar Reshef
  • Nimrod Marom
  • Ron Shimelmitz
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
The cognitive processus behind Neolithic schematic rock art. Archaeological implications and research hypothesis 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (1): 157-79
  • Claudia Defrasne
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
The wider world of writing. Networks of people, practice and culture underpinning writing in Late Bronze Age Ugarit 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 181-92
  • Philip J. Boyes
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Naturalistic parrots, stylized birds of prey: visual symbolism of the human-animal relationship in pre-Hispanic ceramic art of the Paraná River lowlands, South America 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 193-215
  • Flavia V. Ottalagano
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Material and sensory experiences of Mesolithic resinous substances 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 217-46
  • Aimée Little
  • Andrew Langley
  • Andy Needham
  • Benjamin Elliott
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Insights into Natufian social identity: a case study from the Graveyard of Hayonim Cave 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 247-64
  • Anna Belfer-Cohen
  • Leore Grosman
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Toward a broader understanding of the emergence of iron technology in prehistoric Arctic Fennoscandia 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 265-79
  • Carina Bennerhag
  • Kristina Söderholm
  • Sara Hagström Yamamoto
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Revealing the earliest animal engravings in Scotland: the Dunchraigaig Deer, Kilmartin 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 281-307
  • Aaron Watson
  • Al Rawlinson
  • Callum Graham
  • Frederick Alexander
  • Guillaume Robin
  • Hamish Fenton
  • Joana Valdez Tullett
  • Linda-Marie BIerketvedt
  • Lyn Wilson
  • Maya Hoole
  • Sharon Webb
  • Stuart Jeffrey
  • Tertia Barnett
  • Tom Goskar
  • Ɓukasz Banaszek
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Learning about death and burial: mortuary ritual, emotion and communities of practice in the ancient Andes 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 309-23
  • Sarah Baitzel
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Alterity, otherness and nomad geometries: new trajectories for the interpretation of late Neolithic monuments 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 325-48
  • Mark Gillings
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Ayllus, ancestors and the (un)making of the Wari state 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (2): 349-69
  • Justin Jennings
  • Stephen Berquist
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
An Upper Palaeolithic proto-writing system and phenological calendar 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 371-89
  • Azadeh Khatiri
  • Bennett Bacon
  • James Palmer
  • Paul Pettitt
  • Robert Kentridge
  • Tony Freeth
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Frontier archaeology: excavating Huli colonization of the lower Tagali Valley, Papua New Guinea 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 391-411
  • Chris Ballard
  • Jeremy Ash
  • Joe Crouch
  • John Muke
  • Tim Denham
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Building ideas out of wood. What ancient Egyptian funerary 'models' tell us about thought and communication 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 413-29
  • Camilla Di-BIase-Dyson
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
A kin-based trade partnership model for obsidian in the Halafian interaction sphere: a view from the southern Levant Wadi Rabah culture 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 431-48
  • Avi Gopher
  • Doron Yacobi
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Socializing the materiality of earthen structures: the chaîne opératoire of construction practices at the Neolithic site of Kleitos 2, Greece 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 449-75
  • Dimitris Kloukinas
  • Evita Kalogiroupoulou
  • Kostas Kotsakis
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
'Vandalizing' father Hittite. Karabel, Orientalism and historiographies 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 477-97
  • Néhémie Strupler
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Minds on fire: cognitive aspects of early firemaking and the possible inventors of firemaking kits 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 499-519
  • Marlize Lombard
  • Peter Gärdenfors
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Out of ruins: contextualizing an ancient Egyptian spectacle of architectural reuse 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 521-36
  • Luiza Osorio G. Silva
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Ancestral waters: material culture, notion of transformation and shamanism in the stilt villages in eastern Amazonia 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 33 (3): 537-54
  • Alexandre Navarro
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Humanist missteps, a Black studies critique of posthumanist archaeologies 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 1-14
  • Matthew C. Greer
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Commentary 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 15-16
  • Craig N. Cipolla
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Reflections of a counter-humanist archaeology: a commentary on Greer 2023 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 17-18
  • Lindsay M. Montgomery
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Comments 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 18-20
  • Susan Pollock
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Commentary 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 20-2
  • Kathleen Sterling
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
On striving as readers: a response to Greer 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 22-4
  • Christophe Witmore
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Reply: citational politics and the future of posthumanist archaeologies 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 24-6
  • Matthew C. Greer
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Making wonder in miniature: a new approach to theorizing the affective properties and social consequences of small-scale artworks from Hellenistic Babylonia 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 27-42
  • Stephanie M. Langin-Hooper
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Error or minority? The identification of non-binary gender in prehistoric burials in Central Europe 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 43-63
  • Eleonore Pape
  • Nicola Ialongo
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Wealth in livestock, wealth in people, and the pre-pottery Neolithic in Jordan 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 65-82
  • Cheryl A. Makarewicz
  • Max Price
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Life and death of the macrolithic tools from the third-millennium cal. BC necropolis of La Orden-Seminario in southwest Spain 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 83-110
  • Francisco Martínez-Sevilla
  • José Antonio LInares-Catela
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Social exclusion in ancient Egypt: a sociological approach 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 111-26
  • Beratriz Jiménez-Meroño
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Hanging over the void. Uses of long ropes and climbing rope ladders in prehistory as illustrated in Levantine rock art 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 127-45
  • Dídac Roman
  • Inés Domingo
  • Manuel Bea
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Using topic modellling to reassess heritage values from a people-centred perspective: applications from the north of England 2023 Cambridge archaeological journal 34 (1): 147-68
  • John Schofield
  • Martina Tenzer
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Colour and directional symbolism in Ancestral Pueblo radial offerings from Chaco Canyon 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 1-21
  • Hannah V. Mattson
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Crafting idiosyncracies. Early social complexity, ivory and identity-making in Copper Age Iberia 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 23-60
  • Leonardo García Sanjuán
  • Miriam Luciañez-Triviño
  • Thomas Schuhmacher
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
The evolution of complementary cognition: humans cooperatively adapt and evolve through a system of collective cognitive search 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 61-77
  • Brice Fernandes
  • Helen Taylor
  • Sarah Wraight
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Cyprus, Sardinia, and Sicily: a maritime perspective on interaction, connectivity and imagination in Mediterranean prehistory 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 79-97
  • A. Bernard Knapp
  • Anthony Russell
  • Peter van Dommelen
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
The presence of absence: why does the post-contact rock art of Torres Strait (northeastern Australia) not include paintings of European ships? 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 99-115
  • Ian J. McNiven
  • Liam M. Brady
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Social identity and dental modification at the Postclassic Maya urban centre of Mayapan 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 117-35
  • Carlos Peraza Lope
  • Douglas J. Kennett
  • Marilyn A. Masson
  • Richard J. George
  • Stanley Serafin
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
'They are all dead that I could ask': indigenous innovation and the micropolitics of the field in twentieth-century Southern Africa 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 137-52
  • Adelphine Bonneau
  • David Pearce
  • Rachel King
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
Making sense of the transformation of religious practices: a critical long-term perspective from pre- and proto-historic Japan 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (1): 153-72
  • Koji Mizoguchi
H6/KE [CAMBRIDGE-] 0959-7743
On time and other things: some Cartesian dichotomies in Antarctica 2022 Cambridge archaeological journal 32 (2): 173-87
  • Sara de Barros Viana Hissa
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