What we need to do. Doctoral research involving artefact corpora appears to be unfashionable. However the compilation of such works for Food Vessels, accessory vessels and the Late Bronze Age styles is desperately needed; and the studies of Biconical Urns and MBA pottery (see above) need to be published.
The importance of bathing as a daily ritual and focus point of the social life in the Roman world is well known and is attested by the large number and luxurious character of both the public and private Roman baths.
The relationship between women and jewellery is a very intriguing one, not only in modern, but also in ancient times.
This thesis aims to investigate the women of ancient Egypt with regards to their relationship with the goddess Hathor. Hathor is one of the most popular Egyptian deities, and arguably (until she was assimilated by Isis during later Egyptian history) the most popular deity among the women of Egypt.
Very little is known of the games played in Precolumbian Andean cultures. Significantly none is mentioned in H. Murray
In Roman cities gameboards of different types engraved into the marble pavements of streets, public places and buildings can be observed.
Janet Stephens, an amateur archaeologist and hairdresser, has been able to recreate one these hairstyles – that of the Roman Vestal Virgins, who were priestesses of Vesta, goddess of the hearth.
The central role which food plays in all human societies means that food impinges on many aspects of culture. Since archaeology is concerned with ancient culture, ancient food provision seems a natural area to explore. To date, most work has concentrated on raw resources and subsistence, but archaeologists have recently begun to explore food and its relation to culture much more widely.
In this paper, Egypt is considered in its role as a seafaring nation influencing and interacting with other groups through the perspective of the major tool required: the seagoing ship.
The province of Dalmatia was divided into three juridical districts (conventi iuridici): Scardona, Salona and Narona, of which the first was organized on the basis of the territorial principle and encompassed a higher number of municipalities (civitates) at once, while the Salona and Narona conventus communities were registered in accordance with narrower kinship communities, i.e. decuria.