The Association for Environmental Archaeology (AEA)

Circaea

Circaea Online Vol 7.2 1990

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Contents

  • Complete volume
  • Contents
  • Editorial and Reviews
    • Noddle, B. Book Review: Lucas, A.T. (1989). Cattle in ancient Ireland. Studies in Irish archaeology and history. Kilkenny: Boethius Press (p.54-5) 
    • O'Connor, T.P. Book Review: Pfleger, V. and Chatfield, J. (1988). A guide to snails of Britain and Europe. London: Hamlyn (p.56) 
    • O'Connor, T.P. Book Review: Warmoes, T. and Devriese, R. (1987). Land-en zoetwater mollusken van de Benelux. Gent: Jeugdbond voor Natuurstudie en Milieubescherming (p.56) 
    • Greig, J. Book Review: Ellenberg, H. (1988). Vegetational ecology of Central Europe. (4th ed.) Cambridge: University Press (p.56-8) 
    • O'Connor, T.P. Book Review: Amorosi, T. (1989). A postcranial guide to domestic neo-natal and juvenile mammals. The identification and ageing of Old World species. British Archaeological Reports, International Series 533. Oxford (p.58-9) 
    • Greig, J. Book Review: Griffin, K. et al. (1988). De arkelogiske utgravningar i Gamlebyen, Oslo. Bind 5. "Mindets tomt" - "Sondre felt" (ed. E. Schia). Animal bones, moss-, plant-, insect- and parasite remains. Øvre Ervik: Alvheim and Eide (p.59-61) 
  • Discussion papers
    • Boyd, W.E. Towards a conceptual framework for environmental archaeology: environmental archaeology as a key to past geographies (p.63-8) 
    • Bell, M.G. Cultural landscapes: some thoughts stimulated by Bill Boyd's paper: Towards a conceptual framework for environmental archaeology: environmental archaeology as a key to past geographies (p.69-70) 
    • Jones, M. Comments on Boyd: Towards a conceptual framework for environmental archaeology: (p.71-2) 
    • Thomas, K.D. What's in a name? Anyone can be an environmental archaeologist (p.72-6) 
    • van der Veen, M. Towards a conceptual framework for environmental archaeology: environmental archaeology as a key to past geographies (p.76-7) 
    • Boyd, W.E. Reply to Bell, Jones, Thomas and Van der Veen (p.77-9)

Papers

  • Armitage, P.L. Post-medieval cattle horn cores from the Greyfriars site, Chichester, West Sussex, England (p.81-90)
  • Carter, S. The distribution of the land snail Vitrea contracta (Westerlund) in a calcareous soil on Martin Down, Hampshire, England (p.91-3)
  • Levitan, B. A method for investigating bone fragmentation and anatomical representation (p.95-101)
  • Coles, G.M. A note on the systematic recording of organic-walled microfossils (other than pollen and spores) found in archaeological and Quaternary palynological preparations (p.103-11)
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