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This list is set out in two sections: The Royal Navy with the Navies of the Empire and the Royal Marines; and The Royal Naval Air Service, Royal Flying Corps and Royal Air Force. As with the other volumes in the series date and place of death are given with place of burial or commemoration. This volume breaks new ground by recording the deaths and burial sites of other ranks, and extending the date of research to 1921. The title is not exactly right since it makes no mention of Warrant Officers who are included in the lists.
The volume contains 30 contributions to the theme of Ritual and Sacrifice in Ancient Egypt, Syria-Palestine, Mesopotamia, Anatolia and South Arabia, ranging from early historical to Roman times. These are revised and sometimes enlarged versions of papers read at the International Conference on Ritual and Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East, held in Leuven from 17-20 April 1991 to celebrate the centenary of academic teaching of Ancient Near Eastern languages at the KULeuven. The papers are written in English, French and Germand and sometimes illustrated; by their diversity they reflect the richness of international scholarship related to Ancient Near Eastern religious thinking and practice. (Peeters 1994)
Defining "culture" is an important step in undertaking archaeological research. Any thorough study of a particular culture first has to determine what that culture contains-- what particular time period, geographic region, and group of people make up that culture. The study of archaeology has many accepted definitions of particular cultures, but recently these accepted definitions have come into question. As archaeologists struggle to define cultures, they also seek to define the components of culture. This volume brings together 21 international case studies to explore the meaning of "culture" for regions around the globe and periods from the Paleolithic to the Bronze Age and beyond. Taking lessons and overarching themes from these studies, the contributors draw important conclusions about cultural transmission, technology development, and cultural development. The result is a comprehensive model for approaching the study of culture, broken down into regions (Russia, Continental Europe, North America, Britain, and Africa), materials (Lithics, Ceramics, Metals) and time periods. This work will be valuable to all archaeologists and cultural anthropologists, particularly those studying material culture.