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Table of Contents: Archaeology International 26(1)


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Issue information for Archaeology International 26(1).

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(2023) “Table of Contents: Archaeology International 26(1)”, Archaeology International 26(1). doi: https://doi.org/10.14324/AI.26.1.00

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30 Dec 2023
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Contents: Archaeology International 26(1)

News

Editorial
Andrew Reynolds
1
The Director’s view, 2022–23
Kevin MacDonald
3
Obituary: Tim Schadla-Hall, 1947–2023
Mark D’Arcy, Martin Millett, Ross Willmott, Nicky Milner, Mike Parker Pearson, Maev Kennedy and Gabriel Moshenska
22
Bookshelf: a selection of recent publications at the Institute of Archaeology
Panos Kratimenos
45
A global perspective on the past: the Institute of Archaeology around the world
Panos Kratimenos
54
Studying at the Institute of Archaeology
Charlotte Frearson and Lisa Daniel
79

Research Articles

On not seeing like a state: rethinking ancient Honduras (The Gordon Childe Lecture for 2023)
Rosemary A. Joyce
84
Catbirds and crabholes: the 2023 field season at Marco Gonzalez, Belize
Panos Kratimenos, Elizabeth Graham, James J. Aimers, Gabriel Wrobel, Aubree Marshall and Rylee LaLonde
104
Re-thinking Chalcolithic landscapes in southeast Iberia: the case of the Middle Antas river (Almeria, Spain)
Borja Legarra Herrero, Mercedes Murillo-Barroso, Laura Vico Triguero and Jesús Gámiz Caro
124
Living with the dead: mummification and post-mortem treatment in Bronze Age Britain
Mike Parker Pearson
145
Medieval pastoralism: lessons for our landscape
Andrew Margetts
167

Research Updates

Evaluating wellbeing with participants in archaeology at the National Trust
Sarah Wolferstan
183
UCL’s Centre for Applied Archaeology: the end of an era of Erasmus+ partnership projects
Sarah Wolferstan
193
Recent scientific research, training and consultancy on ancient ceramics at UCL Institute of Archaeology
Patrick S. Quinn
198
A Roman villa at Newhall, Harlow, Essex
James Alexander
208
Museum memes
Gabriel Moshenska
215
The Archaéo-Sexism exhibition at UCL
Kayt Hawkins and Charlotte Frearson
224

Alumni Reflections

Maria Phelan, BA Archaeology, 2001–04
Maria Phelan
231
Reuben Grima, PhD, 2000–05
Reuben Grima
233

From the Archives

The UCL Institute of Archaeology Air Survey Photographs: an archaeological reference collection of Royal Air Force aerial imagery from 1918–39
Ian Carroll
236