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Dignity and power: Athenian sacred treasures from Solon to the Persian Wars
"Barbarians from the north": Continuity and change in northern Palestine during the Early Bronze II--III (ca. 3100--2200 B.C.E.) in light of the Khirbet Kerak Ware phenomenon
Archival practices at Old Babylonian/Middle Bronze Age Alalakh (Level VII)
The geographical background of the Persepolis tablets
Voluntary animal motion from Greek antiquity to the Latin Middle Ages, 400 B.C.--A.D. 1300
Sons and descendants: A social history of kin groups and family names in the early neo-Babylonian period
Sociolinguistics of the Luvian language
Between the patterns of history: Rethinking Mauryan imperial interaction in the Southern Deccan
Between city and empire: Political ambition and political form in Plutarch's "Parallel Lives"
Life at the bottom of Babylonian society: Servile laborers at Nippur in the 14TH and 13TH centuries B.C.
Common causes: Guilds, craftsmen and merchants in the economy and society of Roman and late Roman Egypt
Mud sealings and Fourth Dynasty administration at Giza
The dynamic landscape of the western Nile Delta from the New Kingdom to the Late Roman periods
Agents, archives, and risk: A micronarrative account of Old Assyrian trade through Salim-ahum's activities in 1890 B.C.
Society and economy under empire at Iron Age Sam'al (Zincirli Hoyuk, Turkey)
Consuming transitions: A study of ceramic vessels associated with cooking and serving practices in the Levant during the Early Bronze to Middle Bronze Age transition
Blood, toil, tearless sweat: Sparta in philosophical thought of the late Republic and early Empire
Persepolis in context: A landscape study of political economy in ancient Persia
Paul's , ekkl hsi&d12;a as a civic assembly
Pushing the boundaries of myth: Transformations of ancient border wars in Archaic and Classical Greece
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