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Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 07:32:06 +0100

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   [1] From: ubiquity <ubiquity_at_HQ.ACM.ORG> (11)
         Subject: Ubiquity 7.25

   [2] From: Antonella D'Ascoli <dascolia_at_tiscalinet.it> (89)
         Subject: JIIA

         Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 14:21:02 +0100
         From: ubiquity <ubiquity_at_HQ.ACM.ORG>
         Subject: Ubiquity 7.25


This Week in Ubiquity:

Volume 7, Issue 25
July 5, 2006 - July 10, 2006


This issue of Ubiquity offers a survey by Goutam Saha of the literature
on software based fault tolerance. See

For this week's Ubiquity go to http://www.acm.org/ubiquity/.

Ubiquity Volume 7, Issue 25 July 5, 2006 - July 10, 2006

         Date: Fri, 07 Jul 2006 14:21:23 +0100
         From: Antonella D'Ascoli <dascolia_at_tiscalinet.it>
         Subject: JIIA

'Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary
Archaeology' <http://www.jiia.it>http://www.jiia.it

JIIA Eprints Repository (Open Access Repository)


Latest Additions:

Author: Porraz Guillaume
Title: En marge du milieu alpin: Dynamiques de
formation des ensembles lithiques et modes
d'occupation des territoires au Paléolithique moyen
Abstract:The lithic assemblages variability
remains a major topic in Prehistory. Tackle this
variability and interpreting it, amounts to
examining the dynamic of assemblages formation,
in a quantitative and qualitative way. The
individualization of the different mecanisms
implied, contributes to characterizing the
functioning of a site, i.e. the techno-economic
modalities of its occupation. These problematics
are related to those of the hunter-gatherer settlement patterns.
The chronological context is the Middle
Palaeolithic one at the beginning of the upper
Pleistocene and the geographical context is the
margin of the Alp's environment. Within this
contrasted physical entity, two distinct sectors
have been privileged (Venety region,
Liguro-Provençal region). Finally, parallel to
the study of more classical sites, have also been
observed sites with low density of lithic
artefacts, regularly left aside these perspectives until today.
The observation of usually discrete elements
reveals a variability in the techno-economic
norms that hadn't yet been demonstrated (type of
products in circulation, model of chaîne
opératoire sequencing, maximal distances of raw
material circulation). About the modes of
occupation of the territories, the
complementarity suggested between the different
sites attests indisputably the existence of
structured organisations. The results of this
study, in respect with the methodological
choices, underline finally the importance of
observation, interpretation and validation
modalities on our perception of chrono-cultural assemblages in Prehistory.

Author: Sauren Herbert
Title: Letter of Friendship: An invitation to visit the sheikh for a last time
Abstract: A short letter has been written upon a
potsherd at Tossal de Mannises, Albufereta,
Alicante. The text of three lines, written
boustrophedon, combines South-west Semitic and
Latin languages, the document proves Semitization
before Romanization. The message speaks about friendship.

Author: Sauren Herbert
Title:La votation des Juges dans un cas du droit civil
Abstract:La plaque de plomb inscrite a été
trouvée dans la Sierra de Gador vers 1860. La
Sierra de Gador est una vaste montagne au Nord
entre Almeira et Adra, ou il y avait plusieurs
mines de plomb. La mine n'a pas été retrouvé
jusqu'à présent ni une autre endroit dans la
Sierra de Gador, qui fournissait des objets
inscrits avec l'écriture ibérique. Une mine de
métaux n'est pas l'endroit d'un tribunal à
l'exception qu'il puisse s'agir d'un cas
litigieux d'un ouvrier contre un autre. Le texte
note la procédure après que la plainte avait été déclrée recevable.

Best regards
A. D'Ascoli

Antonella D'Ascoli
Direttore Responsabile di JIIA & ADR
'Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology'
URL: <http://www.jiia.it>http://www.jiia.it
& 'Archaeological Disciplinary Repository'
JIIA Eprints Repository (Open Access Repository)
URL: <http://eprints.jiia.it>http://eprints.jiia.it/
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