CNWA vol.9

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CONTRIBUTIONS IN NEW WORLD ARCHAEOLOGY

 

EARLY URBANISM AND REMOTE SENSING IN CONTEMPORARY ARCHAEOLOGY

 

vol. 9 (2015)

 
 
 
CONTENTS

From the Editors

Comparative Perspectives on Early Urbanism in the New and Old World
Manuel Fernández-Götz
Urban experiences in Early Iron Age Europe: Central places and social complexity

Matthew Helmer and David Chicoine
Neighbourhoods and incipient urbanism in the Nepeña Valley, north-central coast of Peru circa 500 BCE

Scott Kirk
A land between: Sicily’s place on the emergence of Medieval hilltop settlements

Radosław Palonka, Anna Słupianek, Jakub Nawrot
Pueblo community in the Lower Sand Canyon locality, Colorado: preliminary report of the Sand Canyon-Castle Rock Community Archaeological Project, 2011-2014

 

Advances in Polish Remote Sensing and Computer Applications in the New and Old World Archaeology

Grzegorz Kiarszys
Two landscapes: remotely sensed and interpreted. Constructing the past through non-invasive methods

Rafał Koliński
The use of satellite imagery in an archaeological survey in Iraqi Kurdistan

Marcin Krzepkowski and Marcin Moeglich
The forgotten town, village and manor house of Zwanowo

Michał Gilewski
New imaging techniques and Polish archaeology impressions on RTI and slow-motion techniques in archaeology