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Ancient Mesoamerica: A Comparison of Change in Three Regions (New Studies in Archaeology) by Richard E. Blanton
The Archaeology of Rank (New Studies in Archaeology) by Paul K. Wason
Birth of deities, birth of agriculture : The revolution of the Neolithic era symbols by Jacques Cauvin
Burial and Ancient Society: The Rise of the Greek City-State by Ian Morris
Ceramic Theory and Cultural Process (New Studies in Archaeology) by Dean E. Arnold
The Chinese Neolithic: Trajectories to Early States (New Studies in Archaeology) by Li Liu
Coins and Power in Late Iron Age Britain (New Studies in Archaeology) by John Creighton
The Collapse of Complex Societies (New Studies in Archaeology) by Joseph A. Tainter
Ecology and Ceramic Production in an Andean Community (New Studies in Archaeology) by Dean E. Arnold
An ethnography of the neolithic : early prehistoric societies in southern Scandinavia by Christopher Tilley
The Evolution of the Polynesian Chiefdoms (New Studies in Archaeology) by Patrick Vinton Kirch
House and Society in the Ancient Greek World (New Studies in Archaeology) by Lisa C. Nevett
Interpreting the Axe Trade: Production and Exchange in Neolithic Britain (New Studies in Archaeology) by Richard Bradley
Maritime Archaeology (New Studies in Archaeology) by Keith Muckelroy
Re-Constructing Archaeology: Theory and Practice (New Studies in Archaeology) by Michael Shanks
Religion and Empire: The Dynamics of Aztec and Inca Expansionism (New Studies in Archaeology) by Geoffrey W. Conrad

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