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Archaeology

Featuring books on ancient, pre-modern, and modern archaeology, Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s Archaeology collection is an increasingly prominent body of scholarship on latest archaeological discoveries and methods. We also published the acclaimed The Archaeology of Anatolia series, which is almost solely responsible for collating and presenting cutting edge archaeological work on Turkey and the surrounding region to the world.

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From West to East

This volume is a collection of current work in medieval archaeology, mainly as it is practiced in North America, with a comprehensive view rather than a local or regional perspective, allowing scholars from different regions access to research from across the medieval world. It includes chapters from well-established professors and...
£47.99

International Conference on Use-Wear Analysis

The significance of use-wear studies in archaeological research plays an important role as a proxy to prehistoric techno-cultural reconstruction. The present volume, divided into five thematic sections, includes chapters discussing various different research methods, techniques, chronologies and regions. As such, this volume will b...
£73.99

The Orthodox Hegel

This fifth book on Hegel assesses the consequences of Hegelian thought for spirituality. The fourth title in this series, Hegel’s Philosophy of Universal Reconciliation (Cambridge Scholars Publishing 2013), recalled the more explicit phrase, “to restore all things in Christ”, identifying the universal with the particular and, final...
£57.99

Tracing their Tracks

Understanding the relation of semiology to Western iconography is essential, as it is the element that, often unconsciously, influences perception in Western society. Scholars, such as Klaus Düwel with his outstanding knowledge of runic script, sometimes reach their limits if inscriptions are complemented with abstract images that ...
£57.99

How Do We Imagine the Past? On Metaphorical Thought, Experientiality and Imagination in Archaeology

Recent years have witnessed a search for new sources for archaeological inspiration within areas which until recently have not been imagined as a source for science. Archaeology has become more “anthropologized”, and, as such, is becoming increasingly influenced by the Zeitgeist, although some European schools are yet to recognize ...
£41.99

The Protection of Archaeological Heritage in Times of Economic Crisis

This volume brings together the proceedings of the conference “From past experience to new approaches and synergies: The future of protection management for archaeological heritage in times of economic crisis”, held in the new Acropolis Museum in Athens in 2012. The conference was organised by the Hellenic National Committee of the...
£57.99

Lemesos

This volume is the first scholarly work in English examining the history of the town and district of Limassol in Cyprus from antiquity to the 1570/1 Ottoman conquest of the island. Based on original research and adopting a multidisciplinary approach, six established scholars study Limassol’s political, social, and economic history,...
£73.99

Invisible Cultures

Cultural and social groups whose outlines are difficult to identify are often considered “invisible”. Occasionally, material remains compensate for the absence of historiographical records or literary sources concerning these groups; sometimes communities or individuals mentioned in literary sources do not appear to have left mater...
£52.99

International Symposium on East Anatolia—South Caucasus Cultures

The Southern Caucasus is a region of great historical, cultural and strategic importance, which means that it has become an indispensable research field for most of the social sciences, particularly archaeology. However, despite its rich potential, research in the areas of modern-day Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Nakhichevan, North...
£57.99

International Symposium on East Anatolia—South Caucasus Cultures

The Southern Caucasus is a region of great historical, cultural and strategic importance, which means that it has become an indispensable research field for most of the social sciences, particularly archaeology. However, despite its rich potential, research in the areas of modern-day Georgia, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Nakhichevan, North...
£62.99

PoCA (Postgraduate Cypriot Archaeology) 2012

This volume brings together papers presented at the 12th edition of Postgraduate Cypriot Archaeology (PoCA), an annual conference concerning the material culture of ancient, medieval and modern Cyprus, taking into account various aspects from different research projects conducted by researchers specialized in many fields of experti...
£62.99

Hermeneutics of Megaliths

Hermeneutics of Megaliths offers provocative and unique insights into the cultural interpretation of megaliths. While megalithic culture has been the subject of detailed study for a number of years, this book introduces a new cultural mode of interpretation that will help in gaining a greater understanding of this extremely importa...
£41.99
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