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By Phil Barker

ISBN-10: 0850592127

ISBN-13: 9780850592122

Для сайта:Мир книг КнигиAirfix journal advisor. those small A5-sized books have been hardback, in black/white and continuously appeared to characteristic precisely sixty four pages, no matter what topic. The books have been first produced in 1974 and have been published at a time, often 4 a 12 months. a complete of 28 are recognized. They have been released by way of Patrick Stephens Ltd.

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This variability in the number of plaques among tombs was also shared by the individuals buried in these tombs, as not all people were buried with plaques. For example, at the site of Cabeço da Arruda 1 (Lisbon) the minimum number of individuals buried was 19, yet only 11 plaques were recovered (Spindler 1981:224; Silva 1999:356–357). The association of plaques with individuals within these tombs is often poorly documented. Plaques discovered with a preserved skeleton are found on the deceased’s chest or side (Gonçalves 1999b:87).

Variation in number of perforations. a, Passo 1 (Évora, Portugal). b, Brissos 6 (Évora, Portugal). c, Herdade da Ordem 1 (Portalegre, Portugal). d, Prado de Lácara (Badajoz, Spain). e, Marvão (Portalegre, Portugal). into murky waters. But sometimes, in rare cases, they are lucky. When mistakes that occurred in manufacture and were revised can be indisputably demonstrated through a sequence of operational steps, I believe that we can indeed speak about intentionality with some degree of confidence.

A, Photograph by author. Courtesy of Museu Nacional de Arqueologia. b, Illustration of plaque. The illustrator drew in some chevrons on the right side of the plaque even though they do not appear on the actual plaque. for scholars anywhere in the world, ESPRIT allows me to update the catalogue with new finds (which a hardcopy book would not allow). The plaques in ESPRIT are the empirical basis for my analyses and interpretations in this book. Beginning in 2003 (and in response to my 2002 article), Gonçalves initiated a series of publications devoted to the plaques.

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