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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Volume 26, Number 2, 1 November 2015

Editorial
pp. 69-69(1)
Author: Overlaet, Bruno

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Desert kites – old structures, new research
pp. 70-73(4)
Author: Brunner, Ueli

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Desert kites in Jordan – a new appraisal
pp. 74-94(21)
Authors: Betts, Alison; Burke, David

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New insights into desert kites in Armenia: the fringes of the Ararat Depression
pp. 120-143(24)
Authors: Nadel, Dani; Bar‐Oz, Guy; Malkinson, Dan; Spivak, Polina; Langgut, Dafna; Porat, Naomi; Khechoyan, Anna; Nachmias, Amnon; Crater‐Gershtein, Eli; Katinaa, Amir; Bermatov‐Paz, Gal; Nahapetyan, Samvel; Gasparyan, Boris

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Unity and diversity of the kite phenomenon: a comparative study between Jordan, Armenia and Kazakhstan
pp. 144-161(18)
Authors: Barge, Olivier; Brochier, Jacques Élie; Régagnon, Emmanuelle; Chambrade, Marie‐Laure; Crassard, Rémy

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Morphological diversity and regionalisation of kites in the Middle East and Central Asia
pp. 162-176(15)
Authors: Barge, Olivier; Brochier, Jacques Élie; Crassard, Rémy

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Kites in Saudi Arabia
pp. 177-195(19)
Authors: Kennedy, David; Banks, Rebecca; Dalton, Matthew

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Hunting in pre‐Islamic Arabia in light of the epigraphic evidence
pp. 208-234(27)
Author: Maraqten, Mohammed

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A zooarchaeological approach to understanding desert kites
pp. 235-244(10)
Authors: Chahoud, Jwana; Vila, Emmanuelle; Crassard, Rémy

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