PCA European Journal of Post-Classical Archaeologies
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The research section of this issue was conceived as a reflection on archaeology today and the prospects and future of archaeology based on the principles of the Agenda 2030 for a sustainable Europe. The second part of the journal, by contrast, offers papers on one of the “classic” subjects of Mediterranean archaeology: the transformation of late Roman countryside.
2020, pp. 500
ISBN: 2039789520201
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2020, pp. 500
ISBN: 2039789520201
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The research section “Participatory Research in Archaeology. Legal issues and good practices” discusses the legal framework and constraints that participatory approaches in archaeology involve and how good practice in community projects could represent a turning point for the immediate future of archaeology.
2019, pp. 436
ISBN: ISSN203978952019
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2019, pp. 436
ISBN: ISSN203978952019
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The 8th volume of the European Journal of Post-Classical Archaeologies focuses on the current debate and lines of research on urban archaeology, with case papers from France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, and the Netherlands.
2018, pp. 350
ISBN: ISSN203978952018
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2018, pp. 350
ISBN: ISSN203978952018
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The subject of the Research section of this PCA is 'River and Waterways in the Middle-Ages'. Rivers can tell many stories, sometimes being enemies and other times resource donors, but they are always incentives to create new social and political groups able to cope with them.
2017, pp. 370
ISBN: ISSN203978952017
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2017, pp. 370
ISBN: ISSN203978952017
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The volume opens with some of the papers presented at The British School at Rome (April 2014) at a conference on The Recycling and Reuse of Materials during the Early Middle Ages. The Dossier section, guest edited by Margarita Díaz-Andreu, results from a workshop of the EU-project Heritage Values Network. The main question is whether the inclusion of social values and local communities in the management of cultural heritage is an impossible dream.
2016, pp. 442
ISBN: ISSN203978952016
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2016, pp. 442
ISBN: ISSN203978952016
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The impact of natural disasters and climate change in different European regions as well as the resilience of medieval societies to their traumatic consequences is the subject of this issue of PCA. The “Dossier”, presents two papers about Open Access and Open Data, a particularly important issue in archaeology.
2015, pp. 378
ISBN: ISSN203978952015
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2015, pp. 378
ISBN: ISSN203978952015
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‘Off site’, ‘marginal’, ‘outfields’, ‘uncultivated areas’: all different terms defining uncultivated landscapes, the central subject of this volume of PCA. The dossier has been devoted to the subject of the transmission and communication of archaeology and archaeological knowledge to society at a range of levels, from stakeholders, to tourists, families, amateurs, schools, etc.
2014, pp. 495
ISBN: ISSN203978952014
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2014, pp. 495
ISBN: ISSN203978952014
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The research monograph section of PCA 3 is dedicated to isotopic analyses applicable to a multiplicity of materials (from bones to plant remains). The papers in the ‘Beyond the theme’ section are based on sophisticated scientific analyses which are changing how we study archeology and extend immeasurably the information available to archaeologists (geoarchaeology, archaeobotany, etc.).
2013, pp. 384
ISBN: ISSN203978952013
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2013, pp. 384
ISBN: ISSN203978952013
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The Research section of this second issue of PCA presents eight papers in which spatial technologies are applied to the study of late Roman and medieval European cities. It includes also some reflections on public archaeology, for example on the practice of protecting the testimony of the past which is brought to light by archaeology.
2012, pp. 416
ISBN: ISSN203978952012
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2012, pp. 416
ISBN: ISSN203978952012
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2011, pp. 516
ISBN: ISSN203978952011
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2011, pp. 516
ISBN: ISSN203978952011
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