Anthropological Archaeology in the Middle East

Past Achievements, Present State and Future Prospects

in Anthropology of the Middle East
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  • 1 Science and Research University, Tehran kamyar.abdi@gmail.com
  • 2 CNRS janmash2000@yahoo.com
  • 3 Shahid Beheshti University soheilairan@gmail.com

Anthropology of the Middle East has implicitly and explicitly been a journal with a regional orientation. Most previous issues, however, have added a thematic dimension to this regional orientation, and the same applies to this special issue. The chosen theme is anthropological archaeology, given the fact that this school in archaeology has been responsible for tremendous progress in Middle Eastern archaeology and has advanced our knowledge of the ancient Middle East by leaps and bounds. Anthropological archaeology has been a major player in Middle Eastern archaeology for the past half-century, and no other school in Middle Eastern archaeology can claim to have been immune from its influence, whether in matters of theory or, more visibly, in methodology.

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