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Current Anthropology, ISSN 0011-3204, 02/2010, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 103 - 104
  Flinn argues that the deep evolutionary roots of inequality are evident in the complex hormonal and psychological responses to social status and its profound... 
Comment: Intergenerational Wealth Transmission and Inequality in Premodern Societies | LIFE-HISTORIES | ANTHROPOLOGY | BLOOD REVENGE | Primitive societies | Analysis | Distribution | Economic aspects | Equality | Political aspects | Wealth | Evolutionary biology | Cultural anthropology | Inequality
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Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences, ISSN 1866-9557, 9/2019, Volume 11, Issue 9, pp. 4947 - 4958
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Current Anthropology, ISSN 0011-3204, 02/2010, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 19 - 34
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Current Anthropology, ISSN 0011-3204, 02/2010, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 95 - 96
  Ames comments on Smith et al's set of papers, the Intergenerational Wealth Transmission and Inequality in Premodem Societies. The most important results of... 
Comment: Intergenerational Wealth Transmission and Inequality in Premodern Societies | SOCIAL-STATUS | ANTHROPOLOGY | DENTAL-HEALTH | Evaluation | Primitive societies | Economic aspects | Management | Equality | Social aspects | Wealth | Agriculture | Horticulture | Inequality
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Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews, ISSN 1060-1538, 07/2016, Volume 25, Issue 4, pp. 184 - 199
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Science Museum Group Journal, 05/2019, Issue 11
In 1576 a plague epidemic inflicted physical and psychological wounds on the community of Mantua. This article examines the role of processions in healing... 
Plague | processions | health offices | premodern public health | confraternities | ritual
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Current Anthropology, ISSN 0011-3204, 02/2010, Volume 51, Issue 1, pp. 105 - 107
  The growth of detailed and long-term ethnographic studies makes it possible today to pose more rigorous questions, to test them with a broader range of... 
Comment: Intergenerational Wealth Transmission and Inequality in Premodern Societies | ECOLOGY | ANTHROPOLOGY | Equality | Social stratification | Analysis | Distribution | Wealth | Sociology | Cultural anthropology
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Religions, ISSN 2077-1444, 05/2018, Volume 9, Issue 5, p. 149
This article asks what religious violence is and why it is relevant. It questions common assumptions by focusing on how monastic violence unfolded in premodern... 
History of mentalité | Monastic violence | Buddhism | Buddhist clerics | Japanese history | Sōhei | Monk-warriors | Premodern Japan | Religious violence | Medieval Japanese society | RELIGION | premodern Japan | history of mentalite | monk-warriors | medieval Japanese society | religious violence | shei | monastic violence | Monasteries | Religious wars | Violence | Ideology | Religious history
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01/2011, ISBN 0470655577, 32
This chapter contains sections titled: The Sasanian World: Distance and Diversity The Sasanian “Revolution”? Eranshahr and its King of Kings Magians, Jews, and... 
triumph and twilight of the Sasanians | the last great empire of the Ancient Near East | Magians, Jews, and Christians ‐ dynamics of coexistence | second region of Sasanian world ‐ encompassing uplands of Iranian plateau, and Caucasus mountains | the legs of the throne ‐ Kings, elites, and subjects in Sasanian Iran | Sasanian Iran (c.220–651 | members of ethnically Persian Sasanian family ‐ ruled as “Kings of Kings” over empire of vast topographic and demographic diversity | Sasanian World, distance and diversity ‐ ethnolinguistic, cultural, and confessional diversity of Sasanian Iran, consequence of vast territorial ambitions of Sasanian kings | mirroring social divisions, in other premodern societies ‐ Iranian societies, divisions between a military nobility | socioeconomic distinctions of regions ‐ mirrored in its ethnolinguistic divisions | Sasanian World, distance and diversity - ethnolinguistic, cultural, and confessional diversity of Sasanian Iran, consequence of vast territorial ambitions of Sasanian kings | Second region of Sasanian world - encompassing uplands of Iranian plateau, and Caucasus mountains | Socioeconomic distinctions of regions - mirrored in its ethnolinguistic divisions | Members of ethnically Persian Sasanian family - ruled as "Kings of Kings" over empire of vast topographic and demographic diversity | Mirroring social divisions, in other premodern societies - Iranian societies, divisions between a military nobility | Triumph and twilight of the Sasanians | Sasanian Iran (c.220-651 CE) - the last great empire of the Ancient Near East | Magians, Jews, and Christians - dynamics of coexistence | The legs of the throne - Kings, elites, and subjects in Sasanian Iran
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04/2010, ISBN 9781405163576, 8
This chapter contains sections titled: Technology and Premodern Concern Technology and Modern Debate Technology and Conceptual Issues Technology and Postmodern... 
technology, changing its character since rise of modern science | Clarke, conscious of tendency of humans ‐ to abuse technological powers and exploit them for selfish advantage | technology and conceptual issues ‐ debate between theists, toward technology and technological society | theism of this kind ‐ making ancient Hebrew word shalom central, Shalom meaning “health” or “wholeness” | technology and postmodern ideals ‐ fresh postmodern “ideals of doing” for a healthier future | technology and premodern concern ‐ ancient concern being dug deep into biblical tradition | technology, then, is tout court in the domain of sin | Harvey Cox ‐ theists, not always feeling obliged to remain aloof from the technological world | Cox's Protestant position and Roman Catholic views of Norris Clarke | theism and technology | Technology, changing its character since rise of modern science | Technology and postmodern ideals-fresh postmodern "ideals of doing" for a healthier future | Technology and premodern concern-ancient concern being dug deep into biblical tradition | Clarke, conscious of tendency of humans-to abuse technological powers and exploit them for selfish advantage | Harvey Cox-theists, not always feeling obliged to remain aloof from the technological world | Theism of this kind-making ancient Hebrew word shalom central, Shalom meaning "health" or "wholeness" | Technology, then, is tout court in the domain of sin | Theism and technology | Technology and conceptual issues-debate between theists, toward technology and technological society
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Medieval Archaeology, ISSN 0076-6097, 11/2012, Volume 56, Issue 1, pp. 131 - 170
THE FIELD OF late-medieval archaeology has matured significantly over the past 25 years, and its engagement with archaeological theory has increased... 
NOR THEORY | JOHNSON | SPACE | CRITIQUE | TEXTS | LANDSCAPE-ARCHAEOLOGY | GENDER | ANTHROPOLOGY | BIOGRAPHIES | PREMODERN ENGLAND | ARCHAEOLOGY | MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE STUDIES
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Bijdragen tot de Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde, ISSN 0006-2294, 1/2019, Volume 175, Issue 1, pp. 29 - 57
Premodern Southeast Asian history has primarily been predicated upon the exploitation of Chinese written documents. Reliance has been placed on several texts... 
Chinese digital databases | premodern Southeast Asia | keyword search methodologies | textual digitization | textual research | China-Southeast Asia interactions | China | MELAKA STRAITS | ASIAN STUDIES | Southeast Asia interactions | ANTHROPOLOGY | Technology application | Digitization | Usage | Research | Full text databases | Historical research
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Cross-Cultural Research, ISSN 1069-3971, 12/2016, Volume 50, Issue 5, pp. 415 - 451
We describe methods of coding and analyzing historical and archaeological data for comparative analysis of premodern cities. As part of a larger study of... 
coding | premodern | urban history | class mobility | governance | EVOLUTION | SOCIAL SCIENCES, INTERDISCIPLINARY | Degree of freedom | Research | Methodological individualism | Urban history | Analysis
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