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Magellan’s Pacific Crossing: New Discoveries in One of the World’s Greatest Voyages

CANCELLED – The Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project

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New Fieldwork from Classical Olynthos (Greece): towards an archaeology of identity

New Fieldwork from Classical Olynthos (Greece): towards an archaeology of identity

Creating wealth in the Ice Age: personal adornment and prehistoric economies in Palaeolithic France

Stones of the Butterfly: Archaeological Investigation of Yapese Stone Money Quarries in Palau, Micronesia

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Where Did the Pompeians Go? Searching for Refugees from the Eruption of Vesuvius, AD 79

Reconstructing and Firing a Greek Kiln: a Project in Experimental Archaeology

Who Did It? A CSI Case at Pompeii

Between Rich and Poor in the Roman City: A new look at the socio-economic texture of a Pompeian sub-elite neighborhood

Storing and Packaging for the Roman Empire

Tabella Picta: Dedicatory Paintings in Greek and Roman Religion

Saving Archaeology in Crisis Areas

Advanced Technology Sheds New Light on the House of the Drinking Contest at Antioch

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How to Build Democracy: Architecture and Politics in Late Archaic Athens

Total Archaeology at Tel Akko, Israel: New Approaches to Akko’s Past, Present and Future

Sensing the Past: Sensorial Experiences in Ancient Mesopotamia

Chinese Export Pottery: A Business Model for Athenian Vase Production?

Practicing Archaeology (and Science) in the Current Political Climate

Decolonizing the Classical Collections

Imperial Allusion for the Masses: Awash in Innuendo at the Baths of Caracalla

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Helmets from the Sea: Military Finds from the Battle of the Aegates Islands (241 BCE)

The Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project

Ruined Gardens of Babylon: Dark Ecology and Heritage Politics in the Middle East

ISIS and the Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Iraq and Syria

Total Archaeology at Tel Akko, Israel: New Approaches to Akko’s Past, Present and Future

Cultural recovery in a time of violence: Protecting heritage sites in Syria

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

New Fieldwork from Classical Olynthos (Greece): towards an archaeology of identity

Ruined Gardens of Babylon: Dark Ecology and Heritage Politics in the Middle East

The Social, Economic, and Commercial Networks of Punic-Roman Tharros: New questions and new excavations for a major port town in Sardinia

In Search of the Philistines and Other “Sea Peoples”

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