IRIARTE-CHAIPUSSO, María José y ZAPATA, Lydia. “For a landscape with figures”. (p. 23-25)

ALLUÉ, Ethel, EUBA, Itxaso, PICORNELL, Llorenç y SOLÉ, Alex. “Theoretical and methodological approaches in anthracology for studying relationships between human societies and their environment”. (p. 27-49)

DIOGO MONTEIRO, Patricia. “Wood charcoal analysis of mesolithic archaeological contexts from Portugal: state of the art”. (p. 51-62)

VIDAL MATUTANO, Paloma. “Wood fuel and ethnography: Study of a bread oven in Ghuala (Algeria)”. (p. 63-79)

HERNÁNDEZ BELOQUI, Begoña. “Evaluation of the roman palaeopalynological record in the Basque Country and Navarre”. (p. 81-97)

TEIRA BRIÓN, Andrés. “In and out of the forest. The management of the Prunus avium/cerasus in Roman and Middle Age in the Iberian NW”. (p. 99-115)

VALENZUELA, Alejandro, MADROÑAL MASERAS, Anna y FRIGOLA TORRENT, Joan. “Approach to the Medieval Diet (10th -13th Centuries) through the faunal and carpological analysis. The case study of Besalú
(Girona, Catalonia)”. (p. 117-135)

2ND TRAINING COURSE IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES: “Biological record in Archaeology””. Opening session (p. 137-152)

2ND TRAINING COURSE IN ARCHAEOLOGICAL TECHNIQUES: Biological record in Archaeology“. Final session. (p. 153-174)


Bioarchaeology as Social Archaeology: interview with professor Pam J. Crabtree. (p. 177-182)


FANJUL PERAZA, Alfonso. “Pinos I. Evolution of a roman industrial complex in southern Hispania”. (p. 185-200)

GONZÁLEZ ÁLVAREZ, David. “Summer excavations: creating superarchaeologists easily exploited”. (p. 201-219)

TRAVÉ ALLEPUZ, Esther. “Cooking wares in the region of Anoia (Barcelona): Raw materials and technological processes in medieval times”. (p. 221-241)

LOMBO MONTAÑÉS, Alberto. “The caricature concept in Paleolithic art and current graffiti”. (p. 243-270)

HERNANDO ÁLVAREZ, Clara. “Preindustrial and industrial hydraulic Heritage: the memory and the oblivion in the Tormes’ shores” (p. 271-288)

TEJERIZO GARCÍA, Carlos. “Contribution of Anthropology and Ethnoarchaeology to the archaeological study of Early Middle Age villages in the Iberian Plateau and Northern Iberian Peninsula” (p. 289-308)

VARÓN HERNÁNDEZ, F. Rafael. “Veleia in La Puebla de Arganzón: the weakest link of an “extravagant” proposal?”. (p. 309-321)

MARÍN HERNÁNDEZ, Carlos. “Provincial Monuments Commissions in the Institutionalization of the Contemporary Spanish Archaeology (19th – 20th Centuries)”. (p. 323-339).


Reviewing the classics: Eric Hobsbawm´s On history, by CARVAJAL CASTRO, Álvaro. (p. 343-349)

Xurxo Ayán and Manuel Gago´s Herdeiros pola forza. Patrimonio cultural, poder e sociedade na galicia do seculo XXI, by ALONSO GONZÁLEZ, Pablo. (p. 251-354)

Anne L. Grauer´s A companion to paleopathology, by WALSER III, Joe W. (p. 355-360)

José Ramos Muñoz´s El estrecho de Gibraltar como puente para las sociedades prehistóricas, by LÓPEZ-DE-OCÁRIZ, Joseba y GARCÍA-ROJAS, Maite. (p. 361-363).

Julio Escalona and Andrew Reynolds´s (Eds.) Scale and scale change in the Early middle Ages: exploring landscape, by GARCÍA CONTRERAS RUIZ, Guillermo. (p. 365-370).

Borrell Tena; M. Bouso García; A. Gómez Bach.; C. Tornero Dacasa y O. Vicente Campos´s (Coords.) Broadening horizons 3. Conference of Young Researchers working in the ancient near east, by ALARASHI, Hala. (p. 371-376)

F. McCormick; T. Kerr.; M. Mcclatchie y A. O´Sullivan The archaeology of Livestock and cereal production in early medieval Ireland, AD 400-1100, by VINER-DANIELS, Sarah. (p. 377-378)