Issue 341 - September 2014

List of Contents

Editorial

Chris Scarre
Editorial.......709

Research articles

Valdis Bērziņš, Ute Brinker, Christina Klein, Harald Lübke, John Meadows, Mudīte Rudzīte, Ulrich Schmölcke, Harald Stümpel and Ilga Zagorska
New research at Riņņukalns, a Neolithic freshwater shell midden in northern Latvia.......715
Simon Banton, Mark Bowden, Tim Daw, Damian Grady and Sharon Soutar
Parchmarks at Stonehenge, July 2013.......733
Anggraeni, Truman Simanjuntak, Peter Bellwood and Philip Piper
Neolithic foundations in the Karama valley, West Sulawesi, Indonesia.......740
Emily Hammer
Highland fortress-polities and their settlement systems in the southern Caucasus.......757
Lidar Sapir‑Hen and Erez Ben‑Yosef
The socioeconomic status of Iron Age metalworkers: animal economy in the ‘Slaves’ Hill', Timna, Israel.......775
Michael D. Danti
The Hasanlu (Iran) Gold Bowl in context: all that glitters….......791
Ronald A. Castanzo
Identifying ceramic production and exchange in the Valley of Puebla, Mexico: a multifaceted approach.......805
Charles Higham
From the Iron Age to Angkor: new light on the origins of a state.......822
Koji Mizoguchi
The centre of their life-world: the archaeology of experience at the Middle Yayoi cemetery of Tateiwa-Hotta, Japan.......836
Juan Albarracin‑Jordan, José M. Capriles and Melanie J. Miller
Transformations in ritual practice and social interaction on the Tiwanaku periphery.......851
Aleksander Pluskowski, Zbigniew Sawicki, Lisa‑Marie Shillito, Monika Badura, Daniel Makowiecki, Mirosława Zabilska‑Kunek, Krish Seetah and Alexander Brown
Biała Góra: the forgotten colony in the medieval Pomeranian-Prussian borderlands.......863
Valerie J. Attenbrow and Caroline R. Cartwright
An Aboriginal shield collected in 1770 at Kamay Botany Bay: an indicator of pre-colonial exchange systems in south-eastern Australia.......883

Method

Rebecca Bennett, Dave Cowley and Véronique De Laet
The data explosion: tackling the taboo of automatic feature recognition in airborne survey data.......896

Debate

Susannah K.S. Thorpe, Juliet M. McClymont and Robin H. Crompton
The arboreal origins of human bipedalism.......906
Isabelle C. Winder, Geoffrey C.P. King, Maud H. Devès and Geoffrey N. Bailey
Human bipedalism and the importance of terrestriality.......915
Bernard Wood
Unreasonable expectations.......917
Tim D. White, C. Owen Lovejoy and Gen Suwa
Ignoring Ardipithecus in an origins scenario for bipedality is…lame.......919
Brigitte Senut
When the ancestors were arboreal.......921
Sarah Elton
Adaptive diversity: from the trees to the ground.......923
Susannah K.S. Thorpe, Juliet M. McClymont and Robin H. Crompton
Putting flesh on to hominin bones.......924
Eric Boëda, Ignacio Clemente‑Conte, Michel Fontugne, Christelle Lahaye, Mario Pino, Gisele Daltrini Felice, Niède Guidon, Sirlei Hoeltz, Antoine Lourdeau, Marina Pagli, Anne‑Marie Pessis, Sibeli Viana, Amélie Da Costa and Eric Douville
A new late Pleistocene archaeological sequence in South America: the Vale da Pedra Furada (Piauí, Brazil).......927
Tom D. Dillehay
Standards and expectations.......941
Adriana Schmidt Dias and Lucas Bueno
More of the same.......943
Hubert Forestier
New World, new models.......945
James Feathers
Is dating an issue?.......948
Kjel Knutsson
‘Simple’ need not mean ‘archaic’.......950
Eric Boëda, Christelle Lahaye, Gisele Daltrini Felice, Niède Guidon, Sirlei Hoeltz, Antoine Lourdeau, Anne‑Marie Pessis, Sibeli Viana, Ignacio Clemente‑Conte, Mario Pino, Michel Fontugne, Marina Pagli and Amélie Da Costa
The peopling of South America: expanding the evidence.......954
Xinyi Liu and Martin K. Jones
Food globalisation in prehistory: top down or bottom up?.......956
Simon Jusseret
Contextualising the birth of Mediterranean archaeoseismology.......964

Review articles

David R. Braun
Of hunters and handles: insights from palaeoanthropology.......975
Abbas Alizadeh
‘Seek, and you shall find’: a new era at the dawn of domestication and sedentism in Early Neolithic Iran.......977
Antony Firth
At the turn of the tide.......981
R.A. Ixer
Text-book pottery texts.......984

Book Reviews

Jonathan Benjamin
Book reviews.......986
Climate change archaeology: building resilience from research in the world's coastal wetlands
Ariane Burke
Book reviews.......987
Le site magdalénien de Monruz: la vie quotidienne à travers le travail du silex
Detlef Gronenborn
Book reviews.......989
The birth of Neolithic Britain: an interpretive account
James Blinkhorn
Book reviews.......990
Prehistoric rock art of India
Brian Hayden
Book reviews.......992
Des images pour les dieux: art rupestre et art tribal dans le centre de l'Inde
Michael L. Galaty
Book reviews.......993
The making of the Middle Sea: a history of the Mediterranean from the beginning to the emergence of the Classical world
J. Alexander MacGillivray
Book reviews.......994
The settlement at Dhaskalio: the sanctuary on Keros and the origins of Aegean ritual practice: the excavations of 2006–2008. Volume I
Richard Hodges
Book reviews.......996
Northwest Europe in the Early Middle Ages, c. AD 600–1150. A comparative history
Grenville Astill
Book reviews.......997
Transforming townscapes. From burh to borough: the archaeology of Wallingford, AD 800–1400
Tim Sutherland
Book reviews.......999
Bosworth 1485: a battlefield rediscovered
Barbara E. Barich
Book reviews.......1001
Un Néolithique Ouest-Africain: cadre chrono-culturel, économique et environnemental de l'Holocene récent en Pays dogon (Mali)
David Beresford‑Jones
Book reviews.......1002
14,000 años de alimentación en el Perú
Alexander Herrera W.
Book reviews.......1003
Prehispanic settlement patterns in the Upper Mantaro, Junín, Peru: volume 2, the Wanka region
Kevin Lane
Book reviews.......1005
Merchants, markets, and exchange in the pre-Columbian world

Reviews

Robert Witcher
New Book Chronicle.......1007
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