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The distribution, biology, and status of the fishes Campostoma anomalum, Clinostomus elongatus, Notropis photogenis (Cyprinidae), and Fundulus notatus (Cyprinodontidae) in Canada
Campostoma anomalum, Clinostomus elongatus, Notropis photogenis, and Fundulus notatus in Canada are confined to a few streams in southern Ontario and are considered rare or threatened in thisExpand
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Toward an Understanding of Borderland Processes
  • B. Parker
  • Sociology
  • American Antiquity
  • 1 January 2006
Although the study of frontiers is of fundamental importance to a variety of academic fields and subdisciplines, few researchers have proposed terminology, models or conceptual frameworks that allowExpand
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Garrisoning the empire: aspects of the construction and maintenance of forts on the Assyrian frontier
It is clear from the royal correspondence of the Assyrian empire and from the annals of Assyrian kings that the construction of forts was an integral part of the permanent establishment of AssyrianExpand
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Archaeological manifestations of empire: Assyrias imprint on Southeastern Anatolia
One of the most enduring problems for the study of ancient empires is the fact that material correlates indicative of imperial integration are often difficult to define in the archaeological record.Expand
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Untaming the frontier in anthropology, archaeology, and history
Despite a half century of attempts by social scientists to compare frontiers around the world, the study of these regions is still closely associated with the nineteenth-century American West and theExpand
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THE CONSTRUCTION AND PERFORMANCE OF KINGSHIP IN THE NEO-ASSYRIAN EMPIRE
  • B. Parker
  • History
  • Journal of Anthropological Research
  • 1 October 2011
The institution of kingship is such an important component of ancient societies as to be considered nearly universal by many scholars. In spite of this, discussions of kingship, especially in theExpand
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The Upper Tigris Archaeological Research Project: a final report from the 1999 field season*
Abstract During the summer of 1999 members of the Upper Tigris Archaeological Research Project (UTARP) conducted archaeological excavations and surveys at two sites in the upper Tigris river regionExpand
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