Journal Journal of Urban Archaeology, vol. 6 (2022)

Journal of Urban Archaeology 6 (2022)

  • Pages: 144 p.
  • Size:216 x 280 mm
  • Illustrations:23 b/w, 49 col., 5 tables b/w., 1 tables col., 4 maps b/w, 2 maps color
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2022

  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59762-1
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    List of Illustrations

    Embattled Cities: The Urban Reinvention of History – Editorial, Rubina Raja and Søren M. Sindbæk

    High-Definition Archaeology, Small-Scale Narratives, and Monetary Practice in Medieval Scandinavian Urbanization, Axel Christophersen

    Alternative Urban Economies: The Case of Roman Palmyra, Nathanael Andrade and Rubina Raja

    Displaying Rituals: Simulating Potential Routes of the navigium Isidis Procession, Katherine A. Crawford

    Interpreting Rubbish in the Archaeological Record: A Case Study of Floor and Fill Deposits in House 169 on Elephantine Island, Egypt, Leslie Anne Warden

    Becoming Europe: Retracing the Origin of Medieval Cities from Comacchio and Oegstgeest, Richard Hodges

    Comacchio and Early Medieval Urbanism in Italy, Sauro Gelichi

    The Comacchio Glass Workshop: A Late Seventh-Century Urban Production Site of the North Adriatic, Margherita Ferri

    The Backfill