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COMECHINGONIA VIRTUAL Revista Electrónica de Arqueología Semestre 2011 NUEVO NUMERO New open access issue of COMECHINGONIA VIRTUAL

New Open Access Issues of Vestiges- Utah Rock Art Research Association

2008 Issue of Utah Archaeology Now Open Access

New Issue of PaleoAnthropology is out and free to view More open access archaeology materials at

New Issue of the Post Hole Photo- Mesolithic antler tool. (Image Copyright Ben Elliott) Welcome to Issue 20 of The Post Hole, and thank you for reading! We have created what we hope is a very enjoyable and interesting journal for the start of the Spring Term. We have an interview with King’s Manor researcher Matthew Williams and PhD student Ben Elliot. Matthew discusses diving and underwater archaeology in the Red Sea and Ben talks about…

Antípoda. Revista de Antropología y Arqueología “Antipode, Journal of Anthropology and Archaeology, is aimed at visitors interested in issues related to social and cultural anthropology, archeology, physical anthropology, anthropological linguistics and ethnohistory. It also proposes opening theoretical, methodological and subject to other social disciplines such as sociology, history, psychology, literary and…

Estudios atacameños “Atacameños Studies publishes and disseminates original and unpublished contributions resulting from research on topics of archeology, social anthropology, ethnohistory and south-central Andean bioanthropology.” Lots of the back issues are online for free.

Frankfurter Rundschau for electronic Classical Studies “The Frankfurter Rundschau for electronic Classical Studies (FERA) is an open access online journal for all classical antiquity” “Especially in times of scarce financial resources across the humanities research and teaching must print cost-saving alternative forms of publication are being sought. Here the Internet as a medium of a universally accessible, rapid and inexpensive publication is to be…

Boletín de arqueología experimental- New Issue is Out Photo from recent double issue


‘World’s biggest dinosaur’ discovered in Argentina

An as yet unnamed dinosaur, the world's largest, thus far, has been discovered in Argentina. During its lifetime, the new species of dinosaur is believed to have stood 65' (19.81 m) tall, was over 130' (39.62 m) long and weighed about 77 tons (155,000 lb - 70,306.81 kg). despite its enormous size, it is believed to have been an herbivore, roaming through the forests of the Cretaceous Period : 100 million years ago