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Death Comes to Oplontis: Victims of Mt. Vesuvius Reveal Life in 79 AD

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African Impacts on World (Pre)History: 8,000 Years that Will Change the Way You Think About Africa

Who’s your Mummy? Mummification as a Business in Late and Roman Period Egypt

The Social Life of Roman Soldiers: The role of wives, children and families in Roman military communities

The King Site in Western Nebraska and Maize Horticulture Beyond the 100th Meridian

Sensing the Past: Sensorial Experiences in Ancient Mesopotamia

More Than Just Mosaics: New Discoveries in the Ancient Synagogue at Huqoq in Israel’s Galilee

The Destruction of the Library of Alexandria

The Objects and People of Hadrian’s Wall in Roman England

When Gods and Heroes Retreat: The Death of Myth on Roman Sarcophagi

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Turquoise, Trumpets, and Tchamahias: The Wealth of Chaco Canyon

Past as Prologue: Integrating Archaeology and Conservation in the Age of the Anthropocene

Fête champêtre: ritual consumption in the Greek countryside

Archaeology Abridged “In the Footsteps of Roman Soldiers: The Extraordinary Archaeological Finds from Roman Vindolanda”

A Tale of Three Temples: 5th and 4th Century B.C. Architectural Sculpture in the Athenian Agora

Authenticity and Polychromy on Ancient Roman Sculpture

Finding the First Americans: New Perspectives on the Peopling of the New World

Agricultural Strategies and Environmental Change in Ancient Anatolia

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Fête champêtre: ritual consumption in the Greek countryside

Pilfering the Past: A Look Behind the Scenes of a Lawsuit to Recover Stolen Antiquities

Archaeology & Ale: Cyprus and the Rhythms of Historical Change

The Lynch Site and 13th and 14th Century Ethnogenesis on the Central Plains

Investigating a Minoan Coastal Town in East Crete: new work at Palaikastro, 2012-16

Sensing the Past: Sensorial Experiences in Ancient Mesopotamia

Fête champêtre: ritual consumption in the Greek countryside

Beyond the Battle Lines: World War 1, the British Salonica Force and the Archaeology of Macedonia in historical times

The End of Teotihuacan: Perspectives on Collapse and Regeneration from Beyond the Ancient Metropolis

Deborah Kamen, “Insults in Classical Athens”

A Land Called Crete: From Harriet Boyd Hawes to the Cretan Collections Project

A Burial’s Burden: Occupational Stress in Ancient Egypt

Royal Courts, Hierarchy, and Change: Monumental Perspectives on the Classic Maya Political Community

Beyond the Battle Lines: World War 1, the British Salonica Force and the Archaeology of Macedonia in Historical Times

Greeks Go North: A Trading Port in Aegean Thrace

Exchange in the Age of Lyric Poetry: The 6th-century BCE Shipwreck at Pabuç Burnu, Turkey

My 40 Year Search for the Battle of Actium

Introduction to Cyber-Archaeology

Ancient Marion and Arsinoe and the Votive Terracotta Corpus

Beyond the Battle Lines: World War 1, the British Salonica Force and the Archaeology of Macedonia in historical times

Shopping for artists’ materials in ancient Rome: pigment shops, pigments, and product choice

Girls Will Be Boys? Investigating Images of Athletic Women in Ancient Etruscan Art

Working a Case on Looted and Smuggled Ancient Coins as an Expert Witness

More Than Just Mosaics: New Discoveries in the Ancient Synagogue at Huqoq in Israel’s Galilee

Myth and Magic in Ancient Mesopotamia

Hannibal’s Secret Weapon

Where the beer flowed like wine: Beer and brewing in Bronze Age Mesopotamia

Inaugural Holton Lecture: Meet the Barbarians

Another Man’s Treasure? The Life and Afterlife of Pompeii’s Waste

Shipwrecks and the Transport of Luxury in the Roman Mediterranean

Digger, Teacher, Soldier, Spy: Near Eastern Archaeologists in WWI

Closer than you think: The stars and daily life in Mesopotamia

How the Amazon was Built

Closer than you think: The stars and daily life in Mesopotamia

Discourses on Empire: Roman Baths Here, There, and Everywhere

Mamma Mia! – Motherhood Myths on Engraved Bronze Mirrors from Etruria

Roman Figural Lamps

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