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This issue contains 19 articles in total

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  1. Introduction
  2. The Shammakh to Ayl Archaeological Survey, Southern Jordan (2010–2012) by Burton MacDonald et al. (review)
  3. The Archaeology of Anatolia: Recent Discoveries (2011–2014) Volume I ed. by Sharon R. Steadman and Gregory McMahon (review)
  4. The 5 Minute Archaeologist in the Southern Levant ed. by Cynthia Shafer-Elliot (review)
  5. Impact of Tectonic Activity on Ancient Civilizations: Recurrent Shakeups, Tenacity, Resilience, and Change by Eric R. Force (review)
  6. Three Stones Make a Wall: The Story of Archaeology by Eric H. Cline (review)
  7. Argonauts of the Stone Age: Early Maritime Activity from the First Migrations from Africa to the End of the Neolithic by Andrzej Pydyn (review)
  8. Rise of the Hyksos: Egypt and the Levant from the Middle Kingdom to the Early Second Intermediate Period by Anna-Latifa Mourad (review)
  9. The Smithsonian Institution Excavation at Tell Jemmeh, Israel, 1970–1990 ed. by David Ben-Shlomo and Gus W. Van Beek (review)
  10. Archaeodiet in the Greek World: Dietary Reconstruction from Stable Isotope Analysis ed. by Anastasia Papathanasiou, Michael P. Richards, and Sherry C. Fox (review)
  11. ‘The Alexandria You Are Losing’?: Urban Heritage and Activism in Egypt since the 2011 Revolution
  12. Sustainable Conservation of Archaeological Sites with Local Communities: The Case Study of Tel Yoqne’am, Israel
  13. A Past for/by the Public: Outreach and Reception of Antiquity in Boeotia, Greece
  14. Archaeology, Shared Heritage, and Community at Akko, Israel
  15. Heritage Values and Communities: Examining Heritage Perceptions and Public Engagements
  16. Engaging Local Communities in Heritage Decision-Making: The Case of Gonies, Crete, Greece
  17. Nothing to See Here! The Challenges of Public Archaeology at Palaeolithic Stélida, Naxos
  18. A Mere Addition to Someone Else’s Genealogy?: Perceptions of Ancient Cultural Heritage, Public Policy, and Collective Memory in Portugal
  19. An Archaeology of/for the Disenfranchised
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