International Journal of Archaeology

Volume 10, Issue 1, June 2022

  • Notitia Itineris Cuiusdam Per Graeciam in Lingua Italica Redacta, Cum Inscriptionum Apographis (Cod. Ambr. C 61 inf./6)

    Luca Salvaggio

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, June 2022
    Pages: 1-5
    Received: 10 November 2021
    Accepted: 29 November 2021
    Published: 21 January 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ija.20221001.11
    Abstract: The "Notitia itineris cuiusdam per Graeciam in lingua italica redacta, cum inscriptionum apographis" is a text contained in the Codex Ambrosianus C 61 inf., a manuscript composed of several codicological units. It is an incomplete copy of a lost work, whose author was long unknown. In the 1980s, Luigi Beschi suggested that the original work might h... Show More
  • Archaeology of African Agro-systems: A Macro-Evolutionary Perspective

    Augustin Ferdinand Charles Holl

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, June 2022
    Pages: 6-19
    Received: 10 January 2022
    Accepted: 24 January 2022
    Published: 16 February 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ija.20221001.12
    Abstract: The neolithization processes – the shift from hunting-gathering to food production– was kicked off at the end of the Late Glacial Maximum and amplified at different pace in different places during the Holocene. The virtual simultaneity of these transformations in different parts of the world begs for explanation. The Early Holocene Global warming t... Show More
  • Camel: The Symbol of Honor, Pride and Love of Arab Bedouins

    Majeed Khan

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, June 2022
    Pages: 20-23
    Received: 8 January 2022
    Accepted: 24 February 2022
    Published: 9 March 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ija.20221001.13
    Abstract: Hundreds of papers are written on camel, its importance and love for the Bedouins, but this author has documented 14000 camelperolyphs from all over Saudi Arabia and rejected the claim that camel was present in Saudi Arabian in the Neolithic. The paper contains information about camel, its presence in Arabia and art of nature as compared toart of p... Show More
  • Urbanism in Prehistoric China as a Driving Force in Technology Hybridization

    Eberhard Zangger

    Issue: Volume 10, Issue 1, June 2022
    Pages: 24-30
    Received: 24 March 2022
    Accepted: 14 April 2022
    Published: 31 May 2022
    DOI: 10.11648/j.ija.20221001.14
    Abstract: Background: Hominids used stone tools for hundreds of thousands of years without exhibiting significant technological progress. The latter first occurred after the end of the last ice age, above all with the introduction of agriculture. At that time, agrarian societies emerged with production techniques, including ceramic technology, basketry, weav... Show More