This report contains information about the titles of entry pages that were used during the specified period. Use the plus and minus icons on the left to navigate.Report generated 13s ago
Entry Page title
EntrancesNumber of visits that started on this page.
BouncesNumber of visits that started and ended on this page. This means that the visitor left the website after viewing only this page.
Bounce RateThe percentage of visits that started on this page and left the website straight away.
|Internet Archaeology - Open Access Journal. International, peer-reviewed research. Home page||11.9%9,786||9.4%4,420||45%|
|Internet Archaeology 11. Steptoe and Wood||4.2%3,436||5.6%2,598||76%|
|Internet Archaeol. 42. Walsh et al. Interpreting the Rock Paintings of Abri Faravel: laser and white-light scanning at 2,133m in the southern French Alps. Summary||3.4%2,804||3.3%1,556||55%|
|Internet Archaeol. 40. Milner et al. A Unique Engraved Shale Pendant from the Site of Star Carr: the oldest Mesolithic art in Britain. Summary.||1.8%1,496||1.8%860||57%|
|Internet Archaeol. 40. Atkinson and Preston. Objects of personal adornment and dress (FF 1)||1%834||1.1%525||63%|
|Internet Archaeol. 40. Winder and Winder. Complexity, Compassion and Self-Organisation: Human Evolution and the Vulnerable Ape Hypothesis||0.9%733||1.2%575||78%|
|Internet Archaeol. 42. Haldenby and Richards. The Viking Great Army and its Legacy: plotting settlement shift using metal-detected finds. Summary||0.9%726||1%475||65%|
|Internet Archaeol. 42. Conneller et al. The Resettlement of the British Landscape: Towards a chronology of Early Mesolithic lithic assemblage types. Summary||0.9%725||0.8%385||53%|
|Internet Archaeol. Issue 26. Implement Petrology theme. Table of Contents||0.7%578||0.1%69||12%|