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phonological irregularities cast doubt on Vietnamese words as Chinese in origin, but the weight of the historical, archaeological, and/or ethnological evidence is strong and supports the status of these words as loans. In this section, an example of the proposed esv word for ‘iron’ is discussed in terms of

In: Bulletin of Chinese Linguistics

Journal of American History 92 ( 4 ): 1327 – 1355 . Deagan Kathleen A. 2003 . “ Colonial Origins and Colonial Transformations in Spanish America .” Historical Archaeology 37 ( 4 ): 3 – 13 . Domínguez Lourdes . 1978 . “ La transculturación en Cuba (s. xvi –xvii) .” Cuba Arqueológica 1 : 33 – 50

In: Material Encounters and Indigenous Transformations in the Early Colonial Americas
In: Theatres in Roman Palestine and Provincia Arabia
Author: David A. Welch

Håkan Karlsson & Tomás Diez Acosta, The Missile Crisis from a Cuban Perspective: Historical, Archaeological and Anthropological Reflections . London: Routledge, 2019. xiv + 158 pp. (Cloth US $ 149.95) The twin purposes of this intriguing little volume are to provide “a historical overview

In: New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids
Author: Bin Yang

María Cruz Berrocal and Cheng-hwa Tsang, eds., Historical Archaeology of Early Modern Colonialism in Asia-Pacific , vol. 2: The Asia-Pacific Region . University of Florida Press, 2017. xviii + 254 pp. ISBN : 0813054761 (Hardcover). This volume is the second half of the two-volume set Historical

In: Asian Review of World Histories

Curet L. Antonio Hauser Mark W. Islands at the Crossroads: Migration, Seafaring, and Interaction in the Caribbean 2011 Tuscaloosa University of Alabama Press Farnsworth Paul Island Lives: Historical Archaeologies of the Caribbean 2001 Tuscaloosa University of Alabama

In: New West Indian Guide / Nieuwe West-Indische Gids
Historical Photographs of the Middle East

A selection of photographs dated between 1858 and 1973 from the photo archive in the Middle East Centre of St. Antony's College, Oxford. The collection documents political, historical, archaeological and anthropological events and subjects in the Middle East.
16,122 photographs.
This illustrated book is a coherently conceived collection of interdisciplinary essays by distinguished authors on the city of Rome and its contacts with western Christendom in the early Middle Ages (c. 500-1000 AD). The first part integrates historical, archaeological, numismatic and art historical approaches to studying the transition of the city of Rome from Antiquity to the Middle Ages and offers groundbreaking new analyses of selected sites and problems. Attention is given to the economic, social, religious and cultural history of the city. In the second part of the volume historical, archaeological, liturgical and palaeographical approaches address Rome's contacts and influence in Latin Christendom in this period, with particular regard to Rome's place within Italian politics and its cultural influence in Carolingian Francia and Anglo-Saxon England.