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Piketty, T. 2013. Capital in the twenty-first century. Cambridge (MA): Harvard University Press.
Wilkinson, R.G. & Pickett, K.. 2009. The spirit level: why more equal societies almost always do better. London: Allen Lane.
Books received
This list includes all books received between 1 March 2018 and 30 April 2018. Those featuring at the beginning of New Book Chronicle have, however, not been duplicated in this list. The listing of a book in this chronicle does not preclude its subsequent review in Antiquity.
General
Patrick, Beauchesne & Sabrina, C. Agarwal, (ed.). Children and childhood in bioarchaeology. 2018. Gainesville: University Press of Florida; 978-0-8130-5680-7 $110.
Kristen, Carlson & Leland, C. Bement, : the archaeology of large-scale manipulation of prey: the economic and social dynamics of mass hunting. 2018. Louisville: University Press of Colorado; 978-1-60732-681-6 $73.
Robin, Derricourt. Unearthing childhood: young lives in prehistory. 2018. Manchester: Manchester University Press & Oxbow; 978-1-5261-2808-9 £29.
Bonnie, Effros & Guolong, Lai. Unmasking ideology in imperial and colonial archaeology: vocabulary, symbols, and legacy (Ideas, Debates, and Perspectives 8). 2018. Los Angeles (CA): Cotsen Institute of Archaeology; 978-1-938770-13-5 $85.
Peter, Mitchell. The donkey in human history: an archaeological perspective. 2018. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-01987-492-33 £65.
Chloé, Ragazzoli, Ömür, Harmansah, Chiara, Salvador & Elizabeth, Frood (ed.). Scribbling through history: graffiti, places and people from antiquity to modernity. 2018. London: Bloomsbury; 978-1-4742-8881-1 £91.89.
Andrew, C. Scott. Burning planet: the story of fire through time. 2018. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-873484-0 £20.
European pre- and protohistory
Martin, Bartelheim, Primitiva, Bueno Ramirez & Michael, Kunst (ed.). Key resources and sociocultural developments in the Iberian Chalcolithic (Ressourcen Kulturen 6). 2017. Tübingen: Tübingen Library; 978-3-946552-12-3 €46.80.
Dirk, Krausse & Nicole, Ebinger-Rist. Das Geheimnis der Keltenfürstin. Der sensationelle Fund von der Heuneburg. 2018. Darmstadt: Theiss; 978-3-8062-2801-4 €39.95.
Joanna, Sofaer (ed.). Considering creativity: creativity, knowledge and practice in Bronze Age Europe. 2018. Oxford: Archaeopress; 978-1-78491-754-8 £28.
Mediterranean archaeology
Bruno, D’Andrea. Bambini nel ‘limbo’. Dati e proposte interpretative sui tofet fenici e punici (Collection de l’École française de Rome 552). 2018. Roma: École française de Rome; 978-2-7283-1336-5 €27.
Philip, Matyszak. The Greeks: lost civilizations. 2018. London: Reaktion; 978-1-78023-900-2 £15.
The Roman world
Maureen, Carroll. Infancy and earliest childhood in the Roman world. ‘A fragment of time’. 2018. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-968763-3 £75.
Steven, J.R. Ellis. The Roman retail revolution: the socio-economic world of the taberna. 2018. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-876993-4 £65.
Anna, Kouremenos (ed.). Insularity and identity in the Roman Mediterranean. 2018. Oxford: Oxbow; 978-1-78570-580-9 £38.
Timothy, Bruce Mitford. East of Asia Minor: Rome’s hidden frontier. 2018. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-814874-6 (volume 1), 978-0-19-872516-9 (volume 2) £225.
Jason, Moralee. Rome’s holy mountain: the Capitoline Hill in late antiquity. 2018. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-1904-9227-4 £47.99.
Walter, Scheidel (ed.). The science of Roman history: biology, climate, and the future of the past. 2018. Princeton (NJ): Princeton University Press; 978-0-619-16256-0 $35.
Anatolia, Levant, Middle East
Michele, Degli Esposti & Alessandra, Avanzini. Husn Salut and the Iron Age of Southeast Arabia: excavations of the Italian mission to Oman 2004–2014 (Arabia Antica 15). 2018. Rome: L’Erma di Bretschneider; 978-88-913-1636-3 €208.
Asia
Sing, C. Chew. The Southeast Asia connection: trade and polities in the Eurasian world economy, 500 BC–AD 500. 2018. Oxford: Berghahn; 978-1-78533-788-8 £85.
Paddayya., K. Indian archaeology and heritage education: historiographical and sociological dimensions. 2018 New Delhi: Aryan; 978-81-7305-603-1 ₹2800.
Krish, Seetah (ed.). Connecting continents: archaeology and history in the Indian Ocean world. 2018. Athens: Ohio University Press; 978-0-8214-2326-4 $75.
Haiming, Yan. World Heritage craze in China: universal discourse, national culture, and local memory. 2018. Oxford: Berghahn; 978-1-78533-804-5 £85.
Africa and Egypt
Jaromir, Malek. Tutankhamun: Egyptology’s greatest discovery. 2018. London: Andre Deutsch; 978-0-233-00548-5 £25.
Jeffrey, Spier, Timothy, Potts & Sara, E. Cole (ed.). Beyond the Nile: Egypt and the Classical world. 2018. Los Angeles (CA): The J. Paul Getty Museum; 978-1-60606-551-8 $65.
Kathryn, Weedman Arthur. The lives of stone tools: crafting the status, skill, and identity of flintknappers. 2018. Tucson: University of Arizona Press; 978-0-8165-3713-6 $65.
Americas
Andrew, J. Clark & Douglas, B. Bamforth. Archaeological perspectives on warfare on the Great Plains. 2018. Louisville: University Press of Colorado; 987-1-60732-669-4 $99.
Carol, Diaz-Granados, Jan, Simek, George, Sabo & Mark, Wagner (ed.). Transforming the landscape: rock art and the Mississippian cosmos. 2018. Oxford: Oxbow; 978-1-78570-628-8 £38.
Andrew, J. Hamilton. Scale and the Incas. 2018. Princeton (NJ): Princeton University Press; 978-0-69-117273-6 $65.
Jonathan, Kaplan & Federico, Paredes Umaña. Water, cacao, and the early Maya of Chocolá. 2018. Gainesville: University Press of Florida; 978-08-130567-46 $125.
Thomas, J. Pluckhahn & Victor, D. Thompson. New histories of village life at Crystal River. 2018. Gainesville: University Press of Florida; 978-1-6834-0035-6 $79.95.
Britain and Ireland
Miranda, Aldhouse-Green. Sacred Britannia: the gods and rituals of Roman Britain. 2018. London: Thames & Hudson; 978-0-500-25222-2 £19.95.
Nigel, Baker, Jonathan, Brett & Robert, Jones. Bristol: a worshipful town and famous city: an archaeological assessment. 2018. Oxford: Oxbow; 978-1-78570-877-0 £40.
John, Blair. Building Anglo-Saxon England. 2018. Princeton (NJ): Princeton University Press; 978-0-691-16298-0 $49.95.
Caroline, Dakers (ed.). Fonthill recovered: a cultural history. 2018. London: UCL Press; 978-1-78735-047-2 £40.
Christopher, Evans, Sam, Lucy & Ricky, Patten. Riversides: Neolithic barrows, a Beaker grave, Iron Age and Anglo-Saxon burials and settlement at Trumpington, Cambridge (New Archaeologies of the Cambridge Region 2). 2018. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research; 978-1-902937-84-7 £45.
Nicky, Milner, Chantal, Conneller & Barry, Taylor (ed.). Star Carr volume 1: a persistent place in a changing world. 2018. Leeds: White Rose University Press; 978-1-912482-04-7 £32.68.
Stephen, Rippon. Kingdom, civitas, and county: the evolution of territorial identity in the English landscape. 2018. Oxford: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-875937-9 £85.
John, Waddell. Myth and materiality (Oxbow Insights into Archaeology 4). 2018. Oxford: Oxbow; 978-178-57097-53 £15.99.
Byzantine, early medieval and medieval
Caroline, Arcini. The Viking Age: a time of many faces. 2018. Oxford: Oxbow; 978-1-78570-938-8 £38.
Val, Dufeu. Fish trade in medieval North Atlantic societies. An interdisciplinary approach to human ecodynamics. 2018. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press; 978-94-6298-321-2 €95.
Paul, Williamson. The Wyvern Collection: medieval and Renaissance sculpture and metalwork. 2018. London: Thames & Hudson; 978-0-500-02177-4 $95.
Oceania
Ethan, E. Cochrane & Terry, L. Hunt (ed.). The Oxford handbook of prehistoric Oceania. 2018. New York: Oxford University Press; 978-0-19-992507-0 £97.
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