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Archaeology of the New Zealand Wars

The campaigns of the New Zealand Wars between Maori and Pakeha took place in various North Island districts

Ancient Architecture in Syria

Far out in the desert, in the midst of a rolling plain, beside the dry bed of an ancient stream, there is a deserted city.

Lithuanian Hill forts from the air

Lithuania's hill-forts are merely a small part of the great mass of fortifications which extended throughout the European continent during prehistoric and early historical times.

prehistoric defensive settlement patterns in Manatuto

The appearance and persistence of late prehistoric defensive settlement patterns in Manatuto, Timor Léste

Unearthed features at the Cittadella

Ongoing conservation works unearth important original features.

Fortresses of Solitude?

Investigating Iron Age defensive networks is Southwestern Caucasia.

The Fortress of Aramus

The archaeological expedition of Yerevan State University began in 1988 excavations of Aramus fortress located on the south-western edge of the village Aramus, District Kotayk, Republic of Armenia.

Fieldwork at Motilla del Azuer

Recent fieldwork at the Bronze Age fortified site of Motilla del Azuer (Daimiel, Spain).

Excavations at Monte Palazzi

The existence of Greek forts in Southern Italy has been known since the historian Thucydides recorded two Athenian attacks against a Locrian outpost

Fascist Colonialism

The archaeology of Italian outposts in western Ethiopia (1936-1941).   

The Krajina Project

Exploring the Ottoman-Habsburg Borderland.

Archaeology of a Great War Dugout

Beecham Dugout is situated on the lower slopes of the Passchendaele Ridge, to the north-east of the Belgian town of Ypres (Ieper).

Survey of Edinburgh First World War trenches

World renowned experts have begun a major survey aimed at unlocking the secrets of the Edinburgh's First World War trenches.

Fortifications of Mount Oneion

Controlling the passage of northern armies through the Isthmus to the Peloponnese was clearly a long-term strategic concern for diverse regional powers.

The Fortifications of Halai

The fortifications at Halai are documented through text and photographs in an attempt to compile a comprehensive record of the site's defensive features.

Chronology of Fortified Settlements in East Timor

This paper presents new data on the possible ages and functions of stone structures in the eastern regions of East Timor.

Dig Uncovers Northampton Castle's Walls

Remains of the walls of Northampton Castle have been discovered at an archeological dig ahead of the £20 million redevelopment of Northampton railway station.

La Bastida unearths 4,200-year-old fortification

La Bastida unearths 4,200-year-old fortification, unique in continental Europe.

Oldest Roman Fort in Germany Found

Roman military camp dating back to the conquest of Gaul throws light on a part of world history.

Hidden Complexities of the Frankish Castle

Social Aspects of Space in the Configurational Architecture of Frankish Castles in the Holy Land, 1099-1291.

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