Defining and Classifying the Archaeological Practice. The Israeli example.
Klaas Vansteenhuyse

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Nilotic Landscapes in the Roman World. Mirrors of which Image? Some Remarks about the Meaning of Material Culture in Complex Societies on the Basis of a Specific Example
Miguel John Versluys

In this article a contextual analysis of the so-called nilotic landscapes, popular in the Roman world from the first century BC to the sixth century AD, is presented. It shows that depictions of Egypt and the inundations of the Nile not only have different meanings in different Roman contexts, but they can also serve as a source for the study of Roman views on the (exotic) Other.
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Beirut: Fieldwork or ‘Archaeological Engineering’?
Hans H. Curvers & Barbara Stuart

The history, principles and results of archaeological investigations in the Beirut Central District give a good perspective on the biography of the city. The archaeological academic discipline has become part of the world of urbanism and development. The future challenges will be to conserve and present the archaeological findings. Applying archaeological methods and techniques to the urban development and reconstruction makes the archaeologist an engineer.
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Archäologischer Wegreiser durch Portugal
Elisabeth van ’t Lindenhout
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Religion in Roman Egypt. Assimilation and resistance
Jan Schoneveld & Jitse H.F. Dijkstra
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Roma. La città prima della città: i tempi di una nascita. La cronologia delle sepoluture ad inumazione di Roma e del Lazio nella prima età del ferro
Arnold J. Beijer
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“Each man cried out to his god”. The specialized religion of Canaanite and Phoenician seafarers
Elvira M.C. Groenewoud
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