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Hind                                          Salaheldin Hind Salaheldin
Cairo UniversityDepartment of Egyptology, Faculty Member

A New Light on Coptic Cryptography

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Haskel Greenfield Haskel Greenfield
University of ManitobaAnthropology, Faculty Member

2012 Zukerman, Greenfield, Horwitz, Lev-Tov, Maeir. Ch 5: Further Insights on the Notched Scapulae from Stratum A3.

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Haskel Greenfield Haskel Greenfield
University of ManitobaAnthropology, Faculty Member

2005 Greenfield, Fowler. The Secondary Products Revolution in Macedonia

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Michael Galaty Michael Galaty
Mississippi State UniversityAnthropology and Middle Eastern Cultures, Faculty Member

"An Offense to Honor is Never Forgiven...": Violence and Landscape Archaeology in Highland Northern Albania

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Haskel Greenfield Haskel Greenfield
University of ManitobaAnthropology, Faculty Member

2012 Greenfield, Horwitz. Reconstructing Animal-butchering Technology: Slicing Cut Marks from the Submerged Pottery Neolithic Site of the Neve Yam, Israel

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Amy                                          Prendergast Amy Prendergast
Johannes Gutenberg-Universität MainzInstitut für Geowissenschaften, Post-Doc

Changing patterns of eastern Mediterranean shellfish exploitation in the Late Glacial and Early Holocene: Oxygen isotope evidence from gastropod in Epipaleolithic to Neolithic human occupation layers at the Haua Fteah cave, Libya

The seasonal pattern of shellfish foraging at the archaeological site of Haua Fteah in the Gebel Akhdar, Libya was investigated from the Epipaleolithic to the Neolithic via oxygen isotope (d18O) analyses of the topshell Phorcus (Osilinus) turbinatus. To validate this species as faithful year-round palaeoenvironmental recorder, the intra-annual variability of d18O in modern shells and sea water was analysed and compared with measured sea surface temperature (SST). The shells were found to be good candidates for seasonal shellfish forging studies as they preserve nearly the complete annual...

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Nabiel Al Shaikh نبيل                                          الشيخ Nabiel Al Shaikh نبيل الشيخ
Saudi Commission for Tourism & AntiquitiesDammam Regional Museum, Faculty Member

Coastal archaeology in the Farasan Islands: Report on the 2008 fieldwork of the joint Saudi-UK Southern Red Sea Project

In this report we describe the fieldwork undertaken in the Farasan Islands during March 2008, with an outline of key results and a preliminary assessment of their significance. This work build on the first season's fieldwork undertaken in 2006 and covers survey and excavation on land, and offshore exploration of the submerged landscape in inshore waters at depths down to about 20m. Coauthors: Alshrekh, A., Bailey, G. N., Laurie, E. M., Momber, G., Moran, L. J., Sinclair, A., Williams, M. G. W., Al Shaikh, N., AlMary, A., and Al Gamdi, S.

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Maddy Fowler Maddy Fowler
Flinders University of South AustraliaDepartment of Archaeology, Graduate Student

(PhD) "Now, are you going to believe this or not?" Addressing neglected narratives through the maritime cultural landscape of Point Pearce Aboriginal Mission/Burgiyana, South Australia

This thesis investigates the maritime cultural landscape of Point Pearce Mission/ Burgiyana, in the Yorke Peninsula/Guuranda region of South Australia. The research seeks to understand Indigenous maritime activities within a defined conceptual framework through a case study-based, inductive and interpretive approach. This interpretation perceives the participation of Indigenous peoples in Australia's maritime industry as an important component of Australian maritime heritage with the potential to shed light on a number of areas including boatbuilding, labouring in the shipping trade—both at...

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Noga                                          Ayali-Darshan Noga Ayali-Darshan
Bar-Ilan UniversityHebrew and Semitic Languages, Faculty Member

The Other Version of the Story of the Storm-god's Combat with the Sea in the Light of Egyptian, Ugaritic, and Hurro-Hittite Texts, JANER 15 (2015)

The paper examines a group of texts from second-millennium B.C.E. Egypt, Hatti, and Ugarit that contains motifs relating to the Storm-god's combat with the Sea. The similarity these accounts exhibit to one another and their divergence from Enūma eliš and related biblical passages suggests that they constitute a variant of this mythologem that circulated in the Fertile Crescent during this period. The primary elements of this version, its origin, and means of transmission are examined through a comparative analysis.

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Allison Miller Allison Miller
Southwestern UniversityArt and Art History Department, Faculty Member

"Emperor Wen's 'Baling' Mountain Tomb: Innovation in Political Rhetoric and Necropolis Design in Early China"

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