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- Publisher: CRC Press Inc
- Format: Paperback | 336 pages
- Dimensions: 156mm x 230mm x 16mm | 440g
- Publication date: 22 June 1993
- Publication City/Country: Bosa Roca
- ISBN 10: 0849388821
- ISBN 13: 9780849388828
- Illustrations note: 15 black & white halftones
This book provides a broad overview of the current research questions facing archaeologists working in Europe. The book uses a case-study method in which a number of archaeologists discuss their work and reflect on their goals and approaches. The emphasis is on the intellectual process of archaeology, not just the techniques and results. Chronological coverage is provided from the Mesolithic to the Iron Age and over much of the European continent.
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Table of contents
Interpretating Ireland's Prehistoric Landscape: The Bally Lough Archaeological Project (S.W. Green and M. Zvelebil). The Skateholm Project: Late Mesolithic Coastal Settlement in Southern Sweden (L. Larsson). Archaeological Investigations on Neolithic and Bronze Age Sites in Southeastern Poland (S. Milisauskas and J. Kruk). The Mesolithic/Neolithic Transformation in the Lower Rhine Basin (L.P.L. Kooijmans). Neolithic Sites in the Polish Lowlands: Research at Brzesc Kujawski, 1933-1984 (P. Bogucki and R. Grygiel). Investigating the Origins of Temperate Europe's First Towns: Excavations at Hascherkeller 1978-1981 (P.S. Wells). Changing Paradigms in the Study of the Prehistoric Economy: An Example from East-Central Europe (J. Ostoja-Zagorski). Approaches to the Etruscan Landscape: The Development of the Tuscania Survey (G. Barker, A. Grant, and T. Rasmussen). Danebury: The Anatomy of a Hillfort Re-Exposed (B. Cunliffe). The Economy of an Early Anglo-Saxon Village: Zooarchaeological Research at West Stow (P.J. Crabtree). Index.