Archaeological Review

from Cambridge


Boundaries and Archaeology
Issue 25.2, November 2010

 

 

Table of Contents


Theme Editors: Mark Sapwell & Victoria Pia Spry-Marqués


Introduction
Mark Sapwell & Victoria Pia Spry-Marqués


Double Standards and 'Boundary Bias' at the European Middle-to-Upper Palaeolithic Transition? An Examination of the Treatment of Evidence for Palaeolithic Habitation Structures
Jennifer C. French


Who is a Hunter-Gatherer? Interrogating the Concepts of Hunting and Gathering Among the Farming Communities in Zimbabwean Archaeology.
Ancila Nhamo


Movement and Materiality: Mobile Cores and the Archaeology of Political Boundaries
Henry P. Colburn and Ryan C. Hughes


Crossing the Usamacinta: Stylistic Variability and Dynamic Boundaries in the Preclassic and Early Classic Period Northwest Maya Lowlands
Joshua Englehardt


The Architect of Decay? Art as Active in Shamanic and Cosmological Interpretations of the Rock Art of Kallsängen, Bohuslän
Mark Sapwell


Installing Rock Art: Moving Beyond the Boundaries of Art in the Later Bronze Age of Southeastern Kazakhstan
Kenneth Lymer


For the Ferryman: The Social and Cosmological Consequences of Crossing the Land-Sea Boundary during the Neolithic in Britain
Christopher J. Kerns


Inhabiting a Former Islamic Town: Physical and Mental Frontiers in Medieval Spain after the 'Reconquista'
Ieva Reklaityte


Commentary: Boundary Matters
Alastair Whittle



Book Reviews and Notes
Edited by Victoria Pia Spry-Marqués

A View from the West: The Neolithic of the Irish Sea Zone (by Vicki Cummings) — Robert D. Lenfert

The Early Iron Age in South Scandinavia: Social Order in Settlement and Landscape (by Frands Herschend) — Kay L. Hamilton

Latrinae et Foricae - Toilets in the Roman World (by Barry Hobson) — Owain Connors

Ancient Tiwanaku (by J. W. Janusek) — David Steel

Roman Iberia: Economy, Society, Culture (by Benedict Lowe) — Aikaterini-Lliana Rassia

Managing Archaeological Landscapes in Northumberland. Till-Tweed Studies Volume 1 (by David G. Passmore & Clive Waddington) — Claire Marie Rennie

Avoiding Archaeological Disaster: A Risk Management Approach (by Darby C. Stapp & Julia G. Longenecker) — Efi Kefalaki

The Bone Readers: Science and Politics in Human Origins Research (by Valudio Tuniz, Richard Gillespie & Cheryl Jones) — Suzanne Pilaar Birch