Bastions and Barbed Wire: Studies in the Archaeology of Conflict
A collection of the latest work in Conflict Archaeology. General theme is confinement, with concentration camps and siege sites, and defensive structures covered. Also includes other papers on battlefield archaeology and conflict studies.
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N A Roberts J W Brown B Hammett P D F Kingston A Detailed Study of The Effectiveness and Capabilities of 18th Century Musketry on The Battlef...
Xavier Rubio Campillo An Archaeological Study of Talamanca Battlefield
Its Commemoration War Memorials And Memory
the architecture of fear in frontier south australia and the northern territory ca 18471885
WW2 Field Fortifications in the Ardennes Forests of Belgium
Tony Pollard Iain Banks Archaeological Investigation Of Military Sites On Inchkeith Island
Landscapes of Conflict and Destruction in Prehistory
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17th Lancers 18th century Aboriginal Ancestral Pueblo appear archaeological army artefacts artillery attack Australia Balaklava ballistic ballistic gelatine bank battery battle battlefield Battlefield Archaeology Bourbon British Brown Bess buildings bullets burn Burnt Corn caponier cartridge Catalan concentration camps conflict construction context Crimean defence destruction ditch dwelling embrasures emplacements evidence excavation field fortifications Figure fire frontier garrison gunpowder guns Highland historical Holocaust Holocaust denial Hussars Inchkeith infantry interpreted investigated island Jacobite landscape lead shot Leith Links Light Brigade Lindscheid located London Maryburgh material culture memorial midden midden deposit military monuments Mount Mount Benson musket muzzle velocity myths Orayvi Parade Trench Pilrig Pilrig Park Plate Pollard pottery powder Press Prumerberg Pueblo recorded regiments remains replica Scheduled Ancient Monument settlers sherds side siege siege of Leith structures survey survived terrain town troops University wall warfare weapon