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Archivio Estratti – Fondo Tosi

Il Nucleo degli Estratti è stato sviluppato dopo la morte del professor Tosi. Esso raccoglie tutti i testi che il docente aveva conservato per il la loro importanza scientifica nella descrizione della disciplina archeologica. Il professor Tosi desiderava dare libero accesso al patrimonio di dati e informazioni da lui raccolto. Per questo motivo diamo libero accesso all’archivio estratti. In larga parte si tratta di articoli pubblicati tra la fine dell’800 e i primi del 900. Inoltre sono inseriti articoli dei più importanti pensatori della disciplina archeologica.

Per comodità abbiamo diviso i testi in base al cognome del primo autore. Clicca sulla lettera di interesse, scegli l’autore e infine scarica il testo di tuo interesse. Se siete interessati ad accedere alla cartella di Dropbox con cui gestiamo l’archivio non esitate a contattarci mettendo nell’oggetto “Archivio Estratti – Fondo Tosi”. Il nostro indirizzo di posta elettronica è minervassociazione@gmail.com

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1985 – Babikir – On the Distribution of Rainfall over the Sultanate of Ornan

2008 – Bacvarov-Babies Reborn. Infant – Child Burials in Pre – and Protohistory

2011 – Bar – Of Role of mass-kill hunting strategies in the extirpation of Persian gazelle in the northern Levant

2010 – Bard – Spatial Useo of the Twelfth Dynasty Harbor at Mersa Wadi Gawasis for the Seafaring Expeditions to Punt

2000 – Beech – Reconsidering the ‘Ubaid of the Southern Gulf. New results from excavation on Dima Island, UAE

2009 – Beech-Prehistoric camels in south-eastern Arabia the discovery of a new site in Abu Dhabi’s Western Region

1984 – Berger-Monsoonal climate of the Arabian Sea during the late Quaternary. A response to changing sola radiation

2005 – Berger – Évolution paléogéographique du Ja’alan (Oman) À l’Holocène Moyen

2013 – Berger-The dynamics of mangrove ecosystems, changes in sea level and the strategies of Neolithic settlements along the coast of Oman

1989 – Besenval – Sarazm et les débuts du peuplement agricole dans la région de Samarkand

1988 – Biagi – Surveys along the Oman Coast. Preliminary Report on the 1985-1988 Campaigns

1994 – Biagi – A radiocarbon chronology for the aceramic shell-middens of coastal Oman

1999 – Biagi – The shell-midden sites of RH5 and RH6 (Muscat, Sultanate of Oman) in their environmental setting

2003 – Biagi – New rock art sites in the Musandam Peninsula, Sultanate of Oman

2004 – Biagi-Surveys along the Oman Coast. A review of the Prehistoric Sites discovered between Didab and Qalhat

2005 – Biagi-The shell-middens of the Arabian Sea and Gulf_ Maritime connections in the seventh millennium

2013 – Biagi – The Middle Holocene mangrove shellfish gatherers of Las Bela coast

2010 – Blinkhorn – Systematic Transect Survey Enhances Investigations of Rock Art in its Landscape Setting

1997 – Boer – An introduction to the climate of the United Arab Emirates

2004 – Bogucki – Encyclopedia Of The Barbarian World-Ancient Europe, 8000 B.C. to A.D. 1000 Vol.1

2004 – Bogucki – Encyclopedia Of The Barbarian World-Ancient Europe, 8000 B.C. to A.D. 1000 Vol.2

2011 – Bohme-Umm ann-Nar burial 401 at Bat, Oman architecture and finds

2009 – Boivin – Archaeological, Linguistic and Historical Sources on Ancient Seafaring

2009 – Boivin – Shell Middens, Ships and Seeds Exploring Coastal Subsistence, Maritime Trade and the Dispersal of Domesticates in and Around the Ancient Arabian Peninsula

2012 – Borgi – The early settlement of HD-5 at Ras al-Hadd, Sultanate of Oman

2010 – Bortolini – Dal Kinship al Kinship, Le tombe collettive dell’Oman del terzo Millennio A.C. e la costruzione della civiltà di Magan

2008 – Breckle – Arid Dune Ecosystems

2009 – Brinkermann – Vegetation patterns and diversity along an altitudinal and a grazing gradient in the Jabal al Akhdar mountain range

2010 – Bruins – Dating Pharaonic Egypt

1927 – Burrows – A New Kind of Old Arabic Writing from UR

1923 – Buxton – Present Conditions in Inner Mongolia


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