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    Authors: YuLian Jia; Zhongping Lai; JingRan Zhang; XueMin Peng; +3 Authors

    Abstract Aeolian deposits (including aeolian sands and loess deposits) are widely distributed in the Poyang Lake region located in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. The chronology and provenance, and their environmental implications, of these aeolian sediments have been debated for decades. Based on the OSL chronology, sedimentology, grain size analysis, and elementary data, we conclude that: (1) The source materials for the aeolian sediments in the Poyang Lake region originated from the local flood plains of the Yangtze River and its tributary Ganjiang River, whose fine materials were transported by the strong northwestern winter monsoon wind. (2) Aeolian deposits occurred throughout Late Pleistocene. Loess has a timing interval of 160–25 ka, concentrating in 115–50 ka. Sand accumulated as early as 115 ka, actively occurred during 85–80 ka. (3) Compared with the channel of the Yangtze River of today, the channel was further to the north before 80–85 ka in the Last Interglaciation, and shifted southward afterward.

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    Quaternary Geochronology
    Article . 2012 . Peer-reviewed
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      Quaternary Geochronology
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    Authors: Thomas Hauck;

    Abstract Our view of MP cultural variability is blurred by site-specific problems as well as inadequate research concepts. The former are inherent in current fieldwork methodology and in the archaeological record itself. Excavation of Palaeolithic sites generally catches only parts of the entire archaeological record and thus leaves us with the sample size problem. Moreover, resolution of the archaeological record is often limited by the palimpsest problem which is especially given in spatially restricted sites (e.g. caves) coupled with a low sedimentation rate. Many research concepts not only neglect the resolution problem but also lack the consideration of scale when it comes to archaeological interpretation. Our aim is not to reinterpret the Levantine Middle Palaeolithic in the light of these challenges as this is outside the scope of this paper. Archaeological resolution and scale are nevertheless taken as guidelines for the integration of the Hummal Mousterian in a broader context. In doing so, we give a short review of current knowledge and show how a scale-sensitive approach can inform us about various aspects of the Levantine Middle Palaeolithic.

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    L Anthropologie
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      L Anthropologie
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    Authors: Rachel Dodds; Mark Robert Holmes; Vichukan Arunsopha; Nicole Chin; +3 Authors

    The increasing popularity of local food consumption can be attributed to the heightened awareness of food safety concerns, carbon emissions produced from food transportation, and an understanding of how large corporations’ obtain their food supplies. Although there is increasing discussion on both the local and organic food movement independently, there is not a wide availability of literature examining the motivations and perceptions of consumers with regard to farmers’ markets. Issues such as perceptions about what type of food consumers are purchasing at markets, nor the main motivations for frequenting such establishments are discussed. Therefore the purpose of this study was to determine consumer motivations, benefits, and perceptions of farmers’ markets. Using the case study location of Toronto, Canada, this study surveyed 300 participants during the fall of 2011. Findings indicated that the main purpose for visiting famers’ markets is not solely to fulfill grocery needs. Quality of products offered and the ability to support the local community were the primary motivators to visit the markets.

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    Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics
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    Authors: R. Hope Simpson;

    In 1921, Carl Biegen found Mycenaean and other ancient sherds at a site then named Souroukla, near Skala in Laconia. William Coulson and others have mistakenly assumed that Souroukla is to be identified as Ayios Stephanos, the important site surveyed by the author in 1956 and later excavated by the British School under Lord William Taylour. The author here reveals that the true identity of Souroukla is the site of Skala: Ayios Nikolaos.To 1921 ο Carl Biegen εντόπνσε μυκηναϊκά και άλλα αρχαία όστρακα στην τότε ονομαζόμενη θέση Σουρούκλα, κοντά στη Σκάλα Λακωνίας. Ο William Coulson και άλλοι μελετητές λανθασμένα υπέτεσαν ότι η θέση Σουρούκλα πρέπει να ταυτιστεί με τον Άγιο Στέφανο, μία σημαντική θέση, την οποία ερεύνησε επιφανειακά ο γράφων το 1955 και αργότερα ανεσκάφη από την Βρετανική Σχολή υπό τη διεύθυνση του Λόρδου William Taylour. Ο γράφων δείκνει στο παρόν άρθρο την ταύτιση της Σουρούκλας με τη θέση Σκάλα: Άγιος Νικόλαος.

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    The Annual of the British School at Athens
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      The Annual of the British School at Athens
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    Authors: Jayur Madhusudan Mehta; Grant S. McCall; Theodore Marks; James G. Enloe;

    Abstract Lithic artifacts made on Burlington chert from the Carson site in northwest Mississippi were geochemically measured using portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF). Burlington chert is visually identifiable based on its whitish and translucent coloring; the raw material and artifacts are usually associated with geologic sources located hundreds of miles to the north of Carson in the Central Mississippi Valley (CMV). Burlington chert is generally used to make microlithic tools that are found at large Mississippian centers in the CMV such as Cahokia, Zebree, and Labras Lake, all located upriver of the Lower Mississippi Valley (LMV) and of Carson. Herein we report on geochemical sourcing of Burlington chert from Carson; 99 samples were analyzed from elite and non-elite contexts. Geochemical data were generated using pXRF technology and are used to evaluate models of trade and exchange in the LMV during the Mississippi period (1200–1540 CE). Preliminary findings indicate that Burlington chert did not originate exclusively from sources controlled by Cahokia (namely the Crescent Quarry), but rather, from a wide-ranging territory. Therefore, we propose that multi-agent, multi-source trade networks brought Burlington chert to Carson. Consequently, we suggest future testing should explore using additional geologic and archaeological samples the hypothesis that multiple, imbricated networks of trade and exchange were responsible for bringing Burlington chert to Carson.

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    Journal of Archaeological Science Reports
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      Journal of Archaeological Science Reports
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    Authors: Robin A. Buckley; A. Guy Plint; Olivia A. Henderson; Jessica R. Krawetz; +1 Authors

    AbstractRegional mapping of Middle Albian, shallow‐marine clastic strata over ca 100 000 km2 of the Western Canada Foreland Basin was undertaken to investigate the relationship between large‐scale stratal architecture and lithology. Results suggest that, over ca 5 Myr, stratal geometry and facies were dynamically linked to tectonic activity in the adjacent Cordillera. Higher frequency modulation of accommodation is most reasonably ascribed to eustasy. The Harmon and Cadotte alloformations were deposited at the southern end of an embayment of the Arctic Ocean. The Harmon alloformation, forming the lower part of the succession, constitutes a wedge of marine mudstone that thickens westward over 400 km from <5 m near the forebulge to >150 m in the foredeep. Constituent allomembers are also wedge‐shaped but lack distinct clinothems, a rollover point or downlapping geometry. Ubiquitous wave ripples indicate that the sea floor lay above storm wave base. Deposition took place on an extremely low‐gradient ramp, where accommodation was limited by effective wave base. Lobate, river‐dominated deltas fringed the southern margin of the basin. The largest deltas are stacked in the same area, suggesting protracted stability of the feeder river. A buried palaeo‐valley on the underlying sub‐Cretaceous unconformity may have influenced compaction and controlled river location for ca 3 Myr. Adjacent to the western Cordillera, a predominantly mudstone succession is interbedded with abundant storm beds of very fine‐grained sandstone and siltstone that reflect supply from the adjacent orogen. Bioturbation indices in the Harmon alloformation range from zero to six which reflects the influence of stressors related to river‐mouth proximity. Harmon alloformation mudstone grades abruptly upward into marine sandstone and conglomerate of the overlying Cadotte alloformation. The Cadotte is composed of three allomembers ‘CA’ to ‘CC’, that represent the deposits of prograding strandplains 200 × 300 km in extent. Allomembers ‘CA’ and ‘CB’ are strongly sandstone‐dominated, whereas allomember ‘CC’ contains abundant conglomerate in the west. The dominantly aggradational wedge of Harmon alloformation mudstone records flexural subsidence driven by active thickening in the adjacent orogen: the high accommodation rate trapped coarser clastic detritus close to the basin margin. In contrast, the tabular, highly progradational sandstone and conglomerate bodies of the Cadotte alloformation record a low subsidence rate, implying tectonic quiescence in the adjacent orogen. Erosional unloading of the orogen through Cadotte time steepened rivers to the extent that they delivered gravel to the shore. These observations support an ‘anti‐tectonic’ model of gravel supply proposed previously for the United States portion of the Cretaceous foreland basin. Because Cadotte allomembers do not thicken appreciably into the foredeep, accommodation changes that controlled these transgressive–regressive successions were probably of eustatic origin.

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    Sedimentology
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      Sedimentology
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    Authors: Y. Guan; Z. Xiong; X. Ruan; H. Wang; +1 Authors

    Abstract Two ancient tombs considered belonging to the Han Dynasty (206 BC to AD 220), were excavated in Hepu, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, China. According to the style of cultural relics, some excavated artifacts did not come from the region. If the age of the tombs can be confirmed as belonging to the Han Dynasty, the exotic artifacts present significant evidence to suggest that that Hepu is one of the oldest seaports on China’s ancient maritime trading route. Two wood samples were sent for 14C dating at CIRCE, Italy. The results of these measurements are presented and the related chronology is discussed. Considering the previous results from a pottery workshop and an excavated sea wharf, the interpretation of Hepu as one of the oldest seaports in ancient China and the important role it played is presented.

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    Authors: James Denbow; Jeannette Smith; Nonofho Mathibidi Ndobochani; Kirsten Atwood; +1 Authors

    Abstract Excavations at the site of Bosutswe on the eastern edge of the Kalahari Desert in Botswana have uncovered over 4 m of deposit ranging in age from CE 700 to 1700. Our research has produced quantitative and qualitative measures of the material and ecological dimensions that structured the everyday actions and behaviors through which social identities were constituted, maintained, and transformed during the period when the polities of Toutswe, Mapungubwe, Great Zimbabwe and Khami rose to power. By examining the material dimensions that underlay shifting relations of production, exchange, and social stratification we are able to contextualize the social judgments that ascribed value to material goods and food ways, while specifying the ways these were used to create and naturalize social relationships and power differentials. Stable isotope analyses, combined with evidence of vitrified dung, further enable us to suggest changes in herd management strategies used by the inhabitants of the site to compensate for ecological changes brought about by long-term occupation, while at the same time enabling them to economically tie subordinates to them as social divisions became more rigidly defined after CE 1300. The cultural and economic changes that took place at Bosutswe thus directly impact our understanding of the social transformations that immediately preceded contemporary configurations of ethnicity in Botswana.

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    Journal of Archaeological Science
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      Journal of Archaeological Science
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    Authors: Henna Farooq; Baijnath Kaushik;

    The amazing research of Artificial Intelligence is natural language processing (NLP) and the mesmerizing field in NLP is machine reading comprehension (MRC). MRC alleviates the efforts of making machines behave like a human as it helps information accessing in natural language by developing Question answering systems. MRC is summarized as a task to read a piece of text, understand it, and answer the related question of the text. Reading text can be cloze style reading (fill in the blanks from the text) as well as open style reading (separate question) and understanding the piece of text as well as the query is accomplished by contextual representation and Attention mechanism. In the MRC literature, various methodologies have been used for extracting answers from the given text including primitive methods to the deep learning methods to have a step towards deploying machine intelligence. The introduction of deep learning and large datasets in the recent few years has encouraged the success of MRC. This paper gives a recent review of MRC models based on deep learning, datasets on which they have been evaluated, and also their word representations.

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    Authors: Robert Hard; M. Anne Katzenberg;

    The Gulf Coastal Plain of Texas was populated by hunter-gatherers from the Early Archaic (ca. 7000 B.P.) through to the Late Prehistoric period (ca. A.D. 700-1400). In order to characterize past dietary adaptations along the coast and further inland, stable isotopes of carbon and nitrogen were analyzed in preserved bone from 198 individuals from mortuary sites. In addition, 140 samples of faunal bone were analyzed to elucidate the stable isotope ecology for each region. The results indicate long-term stability in dietary adaptations with regional variation among coastal, riverine, and inland groups, including an early and, substantial, use of freshwater and marine resources. There is also evidence for constrained mobility and increasing use of plant resources within regions as populations increased in size and density.

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    Authors: YuLian Jia; Zhongping Lai; JingRan Zhang; XueMin Peng; +3 Authors

    Abstract Aeolian deposits (including aeolian sands and loess deposits) are widely distributed in the Poyang Lake region located in the middle reaches of the Yangtze River. The chronology and provenance, and their environmental implications, of these aeolian sediments have been debated for decades. Based on the OSL chronology, sedimentology, grain size analysis, and elementary data, we conclude that: (1) The source materials for the aeolian sediments in the Poyang Lake region originated from the local flood plains of the Yangtze River and its tributary Ganjiang River, whose fine materials were transported by the strong northwestern winter monsoon wind. (2) Aeolian deposits occurred throughout Late Pleistocene. Loess has a timing interval of 160–25 ka, concentrating in 115–50 ka. Sand accumulated as early as 115 ka, actively occurred during 85–80 ka. (3) Compared with the channel of the Yangtze River of today, the channel was further to the north before 80–85 ka in the Last Interglaciation, and shifted southward afterward.

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    Quaternary Geochronology
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      Quaternary Geochronology
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    Authors: Thomas Hauck;

    Abstract Our view of MP cultural variability is blurred by site-specific problems as well as inadequate research concepts. The former are inherent in current fieldwork methodology and in the archaeological record itself. Excavation of Palaeolithic sites generally catches only parts of the entire archaeological record and thus leaves us with the sample size problem. Moreover, resolution of the archaeological record is often limited by the palimpsest problem which is especially given in spatially restricted sites (e.g. caves) coupled with a low sedimentation rate. Many research concepts not only neglect the resolution problem but also lack the consideration of scale when it comes to archaeological interpretation. Our aim is not to reinterpret the Levantine Middle Palaeolithic in the light of these challenges as this is outside the scope of this paper. Archaeological resolution and scale are nevertheless taken as guidelines for the integration of the Hummal Mousterian in a broader context. In doing so, we give a short review of current knowledge and show how a scale-sensitive approach can inform us about various aspects of the Levantine Middle Palaeolithic.

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    L Anthropologie
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    Authors: Rachel Dodds; Mark Robert Holmes; Vichukan Arunsopha; Nicole Chin; +3 Authors

    The increasing popularity of local food consumption can be attributed to the heightened awareness of food safety concerns, carbon emissions produced from food transportation, and an understanding of how large corporations’ obtain their food supplies. Although there is increasing discussion on both the local and organic food movement independently, there is not a wide availability of literature examining the motivations and perceptions of consumers with regard to farmers’ markets. Issues such as perceptions about what type of food consumers are purchasing at markets, nor the main motivations for frequenting such establishments are discussed. Therefore the purpose of this study was to determine consumer motivations, benefits, and perceptions of farmers’ markets. Using the case study location of Toronto, Canada, this study surveyed 300 participants during the fall of 2011. Findings indicated that the main purpose for visiting famers’ markets is not solely to fulfill grocery needs. Quality of products offered and the ability to support the local community were the primary motivators to visit the markets.

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    Authors: R. Hope Simpson;

    In 1921, Carl Biegen found Mycenaean and other ancient sherds at a site then named Souroukla, near Skala in Laconia. William Coulson and others have mistakenly assumed that Souroukla is to be identified as Ayios Stephanos, the important site surveyed by the author in 1956 and later excavated by the British School under Lord William Taylour. The author here reveals that the true identity of Souroukla is the site of Skala: Ayios Nikolaos.To 1921 ο Carl Biegen εντόπνσε μυκηναϊκά και άλλα αρχαία όστρακα στην τότε ονομαζόμενη θέση Σουρούκλα, κοντά στη Σκάλα Λακωνίας. Ο William Coulson και άλλοι μελετητές λανθασμένα υπέτεσαν ότι η θέση Σουρούκλα πρέπει να ταυτιστεί με τον Άγιο Στέφανο, μία σημαντική θέση, την οποία ερεύνησε επιφανειακά ο γράφων το 1955 και αργότερα ανεσκάφη από την Βρετανική Σχολή υπό τη διεύθυνση του Λόρδου William Taylour. Ο γράφων δείκνει στο παρόν άρθρο την ταύτιση της Σουρούκλας με τη θέση Σκάλα: Άγιος Νικόλαος.

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