AnthroJournal: The Collegiate Journal of Anthropology
AnthroJournal is an open source journal of outstanding scholarly research papers and reports authored primarily by undergraduate and graduate college students. The content represents the results of extensive research undertaken by students during the course of their education. The material is free and open for public access, affording students with a global readership venue. Content is acquired through student application and evaluated for quality before publication. See the "Paper Submission Procedure" tab at this website for instructions on how to apply.
The Journal's first papers were published in the June and September, 2011 issues of Popular Archaeology Magazine.
Latin and Greek bilingualism during the ancient Roman Principate period was not the exclusive domain of the educated aristocracy. It was common across a broad spectrum of their society for various cultural and functional reasons.
ArchaeologyWas the Indus Valley a state-level society?
Shell Fragmentation as an Indicator of Occupation Intensity at Shell-Bearing Sites: Narrows Inlet, British ColumbiaThe analysis of shell fragmentation across prehistoric or Paleo-Indian sites can tell us something about the nature and activity at those sites, a valuable tool to understanding the past.This ancient site provides a unique window to understanding the less-known "Dark Ages" of ancient Greece.The real value of Maya polychrome pottery far exceeds its beauty and craftsmanship.Archaeological evidence shows that tanning, an essential part of the leather industry,was big in Medieval Britain.How do archaeologists and anthropologists determine the class status of individuals in the ancient Maya world from their burial remains?
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