American Journal of Archaeology (AJA): New issue out

AJA, American Journal of Archaeology: April 2016 issue out.

AJA (American Journal of Archaeology): April 2016 (120.2)

Table of Contents


Reconsidering Technological Transmission: The Introduction of the Potter’s Wheel at Ayia Irini, Kea, Greece (pp. 195–220)

Includes Open Access Supplementary Content

Evi Gorogianni, Natalie Abell, and Jill Hilditch

The Fate of Temples in Noricum and Pannonia (pp. 221–238)

Includes Open Access Supplementary Content

David Walsh


Politics of Periodization and the Archaeology of Early Greece (pp. 239–270)

Open Access

Antonis Kotsonas

Field Reports

The Basilica, Bouleuterion, and Civic Center of Ashkelon (pp. 271–324)

Open Access
Includes Open Access Supplementary Content

Ryan Boehm, Daniel M. Master, and Robyn Le Blanc

Review Articles

Ontology, World Archaeology, and the Recent Past (pp. 325–331)

Open Access

William Caraher

Online Necrology

Khaled al-As’ad, 1934–2015

Open Access

Andreas Schmidt-Colinet

Book Reviews

Open Access

Reviewed by P. Nick Kardulias

Open Access

Reviewed by Eric M. Moormann

Open Access

Reviewed by Andrew Stewart

Open Access

Reviewed by Philip Sapirstein

Open Access

Reviewed by Peter J. Holliday

Open Access

Reviewed by Olivier Hekster

Open Access

Reviewed by Ine Jacobs

Books Received

Description: The American Journal of Archaeology, published by the Archaeological Institute of America, was founded in 1885 and is one of the world’s oldest and most distinguished and widely distributed archaeological journals. The AJAreaches more than 50 countries and almost 1,000 universities, learned societies, departments of antiquities, and museums. It is published quarterly in print and digital formats. TheAJA regularly publishes open access content on its website.