ISSN 0043-8243, Online ISSN: 1470-1375
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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The archaeology of travel and communication: introduction
The ways people move: mobility and seascapes in the Balearic Islands during the late Bronze Age (c. 1400–850/800 bc)
Calvo, Manel; Javaloyas, David; Albero, Daniel; Garcia-Rosselló, Jaume; Guerrero, Víctor
Imported trade amphoras in Daskyleion from the seventh and sixth centuries bc and the Hellespontine-Phyrygia route
Koçak Yaldır, Aylin
How far to Conchucos? A GIS approach to assessing the implications of exotic materials at Chavín de Huántar
Contreras, Daniel A.
The Persian Gulf or the Red Sea? Two axes in ancient Indian Ocean trade, where to go and why
Heldaas Seland, Eivind
Travel as communication: a consideration of overland journeys in Anglo-Saxon England
Reynolds, Andrew; Langlands, Alexander
The travels of Maya merchants in the ninth and tenth centuries ad: investigations at Xuenkal and the Greater Cupul Province, Yucatan, Mexico
Ardren, Traci; Lowry, Justin
A transport geographic perspective on travel and communication in Angkorian Southeast Asia (ninth to fifteenth centuries ad)
Safeguarding Swahili trade in the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries: a unique navigational complex in south-east Tanzania
The ‘secret and bloody war path’: movement, place and conflict in the archaeological landscape of North America
Snead, James E.
Waning pilgrimage paths and modern roadscapes: moving through landscape in northern Guerrero, Mexico
The collective logic of pre-modern cities
Blanton, Richard E.; Fargher, Lane F.