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BAR Publishing 23h
Will you help us (& ) promote her fabulous new book 'Design & Connectivity' on our Facebook page? If yes, click the link, like & share Tks!
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BAR Publishing 23h
We're featuring new title on our Facebook page this week. Will you click the link, like & share to help us spread the word about 'Design & Connectivity''?
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BAR Publishing Jul 20
One week left all you delegates to use the 25% discount code in your delegates pack to snap up Jérémie Schiettecatte (pic) & Mounir Arbach' "-Islamic South Arabia and its Neighbours: New Developments of Research" and on ALL BAR titles!
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BAR Publishing Jul 19
Well worth the wait, and the reviewers think so too. Congratulations Joana!
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BAR Publishing Jul 19
Introducing a NEW series! UCL Institute of Archaeology PhD Series. And first title is Hana Lewis's "Pattern and Process in the Material Culture of -Saxon Non-Elite Rural Settlements"
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BAR Publishing Jul 18
LOTS OF GORY DETAILS ABOUT AN AZTEC SITE… Not our description but own guarantee for his new BAR title: 'Excavaciones de casas en la ciudad azteca de Yautepec, Morelos, México, Tomo I y Tomo II' Peer reviewers enthusiastic if less graphic!
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BAR Publishing Jul 16
If you're enjoying Dr Francis Pryor's "The Fens" on BBC R4 then we have another excellent book for you! Andrew Newton's "Iron Age Fen-Edge Settlement at Black Horse Farm, Sawtry, Cambridgeshire"
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BAR Publishing Jul 14
Hadrianopolis dominated a rich agricultural & vinicultural enclave between Paphlagonia, Bithynia & Galatia. In 'Hadrianopolis IV' Sami Pataci & Ergün Lafli describe the & frescoes found
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BAR Publishing Jul 13
Congratulations to Zuzanna Wygnanska of Winner of our €50 prize! Thanks to all of you who visited the stand. Don't forget the code in your delegate pack for 25% of ALL of our titles until 27 July so plenty time to find your favourites
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BAR Publishing Jul 11
One of you at conference will DEFINITELY win our €50 prize draw. Increase your chance and visit the BAR book stand to enter! There's wine and chocolate too. And up to 40% discount on our titles.
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BAR Publishing Jul 11
Replying to @DEJPett
Your kids will be rapt! And then you’ll have to buy them a raptor....
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BAR Publishing Jul 11
"...interesting ramifications for present-day concerns re climate change" Steve Falconer & Pat Fall's "Early Bronze IV Village Life in the Jordan Valley"
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BAR Publishing Jul 11
We're always delighted when BAR authors visit our exhibition stand. Today we welcomed Anne Benoist with her title La vallée de Bithnah au cours de l'Age du Fer 40% off on the our stand!
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BAR Publishing Jul 11
Do visit the BAR book stand for up to 40% discount on our titles in BIrgit's there to advise on how to get published too. Oh - and our €50 prize draw!!
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BAR Publishing Jul 11
A case study for the overall analysis of the complex relationships between people & environment through time. Michele Matteazzi's new book studies area S of to
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BAR Publishing Jul 11
For those of you who can't get enough of may we recommend his 'Excavaciones de casas en la ciudad azteca de Yautepec, Morelos, México, Tomo I y Tomo II' "The benefit to comparative studies of other Aztec-period city-states is immeasurable.."
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Dr Victoria Donnelly Jul 9
This looks fantastic! Development-led and continues to change the story.
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BAR Publishing Jul 10
Another direct hit for the Michael Lewis & Ian Richardson's new book "Inscribed Vervels"
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BAR Publishing Jul 9
Replying to @ArchScot
Oh yes please! There’s a review copy on the way - enjoy. And thanks!
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BAR Publishing Jul 9
Love that last line in your tweet, Mike. Tempted to use it in our Facebook post - or would you prefer something with more gravitas?
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