Bibliographic update April 2016: All

Labor History

The fabric of irregular labor migration in twentieth-century Western Europe and North America: a comparative approach
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Levant

Ceramic Neolithic pottery in Cyprus—origin, technology and possible implications for social structure and identity
Doron Boness, vol. 47 (3): 233-254
Interregional contacts in the 6th millennium BC: tracing foreign influences in the hole-mouth jar from Ein El-Jarba, Israel
Katharina Streit, vol. 47 (3): 255-266
The consequences of Roman Imperialism: cultural change in the Basalt Region of Homs, Syria
Paul Newson, vol. 47 (3): 267-292
Gothic architecture in the Holy Land and Cyprus: from Acre to Famagusta
Denys Pringle, vol. 47 (3): 293-315
Templar and Hospitaller attitudes towards Islam in the Holy Land during the 12th and 13th centuries: some historiographical reflections
Nicholas Morton, vol. 47 (3): 316-327
The tabun and its misidentification in the archaeological record
Jennie Ebeling, vol. 47 (3): 328-349
Reviews
vol. 47 (3): 350-357
Building WF16: construction of a Pre-Pottery Neolithic A (PPNA) pisé structure in Southern Jordan
Pascal Flohr, vol. 47 (2): 143-163
The fauna of Tell Nebi Mend (Syria) in the Bronze and Iron Age—a diachronic overview. Part 2: hunting, fowling and fishing
Caroline Grigson, vol. 47 (2): 164-185
Finger-impressed jar handles at Khirbet Qeiyafa: new light on administration in the Kingdom of Judah
Hoo-Goo Kang, vol. 47 (2): 186-205
A pictorial flask from central Cyprus: evidence for new internal networks at the Middle/Late Bronze Age transition
Giorgos Georgiou, vol. 47 (2): 206-220
Reviews
Ingrid Moriah Swinnen, vol. 47 (2): 221-231

Library and Information History

Ebenezer Parkman’s World of Print: A Country Parson and the Print Culture of Eighteenth-Century Anglo-America
Ross W. Beales, vol. 31 (4): 229-257
Marischal College Library, Aberdeen, in the Nineteenth Century: An Overview
Iain Beavan, vol. 31 (4): 258-279
Reviews
vol. 31 (4): 280-291
Bibliography
Katherine Birkwood, vol. 31 (4): 292-300

Medieval Archaeology

Commerce and Cult: Confronted Ideologies in 6th–9th-Century Europe
Martin Carver, vol. 59 (1): 1-23
Early Medieval Settlement and Social Power: The Middle Anglo-Saxon ‘Home Farm’
Duncan W Wright, vol. 59 (1): 24-46
Woven Cultures: New Insights into Pictish and Viking Culture Contact Using the Implements of Textile Production
Lindsey Stirling, vol. 59 (1): 47-72
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