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Journal of The Australian Institute of Archaeology

Buried History publishes papers and reviews based on the results of research relating to Eastern Mediterranean, Near Eastern and Classical Archaeology, Epigraphy and the Biblical text, and the history of such research and archaeology generally for an informed readership.

Please Note: From 2023, Buried History will be published as an online Open Access journal to be viewed without charge at www.bhjournal.au .
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Current Issue 2022 Volume 58
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Table of Contents

Tribute:
Henry Gregory Huggins (1931 – 2022)

 

Papers:

The Old Testament encounters Archaeology: the controversy between Sayce and Driver, 
      by Christopher J. Davey
Australian ethnography and frontier history: do we know what we think we know?, 
      by Michael Lever

 

Reports:

Kourion Urban Space Project: Preliminary Report of the 2016 Season,

     by Lucas Grimsley, Laura A. Swantek, Thomas W. Davis, Christopher J. Davey, William J.       Weir Jr.
Kourion Urban Space Project: Preliminary Report of the 2018 Season,

     by Laura A. Swantek, Lucas Grimsley, Thomas W. Davis, Christopher J. Davey, William J.       Weir Jr. 
 

Reviews: 

Pierre Tallet and Mark Lehner, The Red Sea Scrolls: How Ancient Papyri Reveal the Secrets of the Pyramids, London: Thames and Hudson, 2021,

     reviewed by Christopher J. Davey

Paul Collins, The Sumerians: Lost Civilizations, London: Reaktion Books, 2021,
     reviewed by Christopher J. Davey

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