Journal of European Archaeology: Autumn 1993 Vol 1:2

Journal of European Archaeology: Autumn 1993 Vol 1:2

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This archaeological journal covers topics such as: graphic caricature in Pompeii; a Bronze-Age world system; the identity of France; nationalism, politics and archaeology in Soviet Transcaucasia. It also features some more

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  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 162 x 241mm | 450g
  • Ashgate Publishing Group
  • Avebury
  • Aldershot, United Kingdom
  • 1856286495
  • 9781856286497
  • 2,515,324

Table of contents

Part 1 Articles: what would a Bronze-Age world system look like? relations between temperate Europe and the Mediterranean in later prehistory, Andrew Sherratt; commodities, transactions and growth in the Central European early Bronze Age, Stephen Shennan; production and exchange during the La Tene period in Bohemia, Vladimir Salac; the origin of metals from the Roman-period levels of a site in southern Poland, Zofia Anna Stos-Gale; graphic caricature and the ethos of ordinary people at Pompeii, Pedro Paulo Abreu Funari; regions of the imagination - archaeologists, local people and the archaeological record in fieldwork, Greece, Michael Fotiadis; the identity of France - the archaeological interaction, Beatrice Fleury-Ilett; nationalism, politics and the practice of archaeology in Soviet Transcaucasia, Philip L. Kohl; archaeology and the contemporary myths of the past, Bozidar Slapsak. Part 2 Review section: some recent trends in Scandinavian Bronze-Age research, Kristian Kristiansen; sites and monuments - national archaeological records, Roger H. Leech; pagan charm and the place of anthropological theory, Christopher Knusel; "Archaeologia Polona", John Hines; "Early Irish and Welsh Kinship", Nerys Thomas Patterson; "T.R.B. Culture: the first farmers of the North European Plain", Julian more