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Cali Erazo, C.D. The Provenance of Iron Age I Ceramics from the Site of Tel Kinrot. Sea of Galilee, Israel. Casale, S. Pre-Hispanic clay roads. Evaluation and interpretation of ceramic production and raw clay procurements in the Rio Mayales Subbasin, Chontales, Nicaragua. Chen, Y.T. The neglected heritage rites of indigenous peoples: the indigenous and government perspectives on developing Saqacengalj and Jinja in KusKus, Taiwan. Colijn, J. Plan or Process? The construction of Late Medieval Town Walls of ‘s -Hertogenbosch, Zevenbergen and Breda: a well prepared masterplan or an evolving process? Deckers, K. Rods and Plates: An Ontogenetic Framework for Trabecular Bone Development and Gait Mechanics in the Human Talus of a 19th Century Dutch Population. Dimitrova, M. Restoring the Past, Reshaping the Present: Exploring the phenomenon of hypothetical reconstructions of archaeological cultural heritage in Bulgaria. Giannakopoulou, E. Museums of the World: politics and the representation of indigenous peoples’ narratives in European museums. Gkoutra, M. Other ways of seeing: Evaluating the effect of museum architecture on the individual. Heijman, K. Mummies on display: will they remain a person or do they become an object in the Drents museum’s exhibition Mummies life beyond death? Holstein, C. (stature, Harris lines, cribra orbitalia, and dental enamel hypoplasia) and their association to tuberculosis in the Dutch populations of rural post-medieval Middenbeemster and urban medieval Alkmaar. Jörgensen-Lindahl, A. Microscopic Differences - A micro-wear approach for the extraction of behavioural information from lithic artefacts from the Upper Palaeolithic Aurignacian occupation of Les Cottés, France. Kapsali, K. Archaeogen