By Peter Topping
By Peter Topping
By Jane Eva Baxter
By Tyler Jo Smith,Dimitris Plantzos
By Vicki Cummings,Alasdair Whittle
By Monika Hinterhöller
Die vorliegende Arbeit behandelt das Thema der dynastischen Propaganda am Severusbogen und behandelt das Herrschaftsideal und –bild der damaligen Zeit. Zuletzt soll eine historische und ideologische Einbettung veranschaulicht werden.
By James Bromwich
By Roderick B. Campbell
By Douglas D. Scott,Bob Reece
Almost once the final shot was once fired within the conflict of the Little Bighorn, the battlefield turned an archaeological web site. for a few years later on, as fascination with the famed 1876 struggle intensified, viewers to the world scavenged the numerous relics left in the back of. It took a long time, notwithstanding, sooner than researchers started to tease info from the battle’s debris—and the recent box of battlefield archaeology started to emerge. In Uncovering History, well known archaeologist Douglas D. Scott bargains a accomplished account of investigations on the Little Bighorn, from the earliest accumulating efforts to early-twentieth-century findings.
Artifacts stumbled on on a box of conflict and got rid of with no context or care are only relics, curiosities that arouse romantic mind's eye. while investigators get well those artifacts in a scientific demeanour, notwithstanding, these things turn into a precious resource of clues for reconstructing conflict occasions. right here Scott describes how particular research of particular detritus on the Little Bighorn—such as cartridge situations, fragments of tenting apparatus and garments, and skeletal remains—have allowed researchers to reconstruct and reinterpret the background of the clash. within the procedure, he demonstrates how significant advances in know-how, similar to steel detection and GPS, have increased the functions of battlefield archaeologists to discover new facts and research it with larger accuracy.
Through his wide survey of Little Bighorn archaeology throughout a span of a hundred thirty years, Scott expands our knowing of the conflict, its protagonists, and the iconic legacy of the battlefield as a countrywide memorial.
By Elspeth R. M. Dusinberre
By George Hatke