Journal of European Archaeology: Vol 1

Journal of European Archaeology: Vol 1

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This journal contains articles by, among others, Kristian Kristiansen and J.D. Hill. Topics covered include Scandinavian death rituals in Gotlandic perspectives, and contrastive archaeology of later prehistoric settlements in southern England.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 156 x 234mm | 500g
  • Ashgate Publishing Group
  • Avebury
  • Aldershot, United Kingdom
  • 1856283607
  • 9781856283601

Table of contents

Part 1 Articles - "The strength of the past and its great might"; an essay on the use of the past, Kristian Kristiansen; doors to other worlds - Scandinavian death rituals in Gotlandic perspectives, Anders Andren; can we recognise a different European past? a contrastive archaeology of later prehistoric settlements in southern England, J.D. Hill; style and the design of a perfume jar from an archaic Greek city state, Michael Shanks; burials within settlements of the Linienbandkeramik and Stichbandkeramik cultures of central Europe. On the social construction of death in early-neolithic society, Ulrich Veit; cultural adaptive strategies in the neolithic in central Europe within the context of palaeodemographic studies, Arkadiusz Marciniak; early-and middle-neolithic agriculture in Denmark - pollen spectra from soils in burial mounds of the funnel beaker culture, Svend Th. Andersen; problems encountered in working abroad, Roel W. Brandt; exploring the limits - an interview with Leo Klejn, Kristian Kristiansen. Part 2 Review section - two sides of a coin - classification in theory and practice, Eugen M. Kolpakov; sur les traces des indo-europeanistes, Jean-Paul Demoule; tilley's namforsen, Jarl Nordbladh; archaeology in Greece - realities and prospects (Yannis Hamilakis), Zois Antonis; the passage of arms. An archaeological analysis of prehistoric hoards and votive deposits (Michael Rowlands), Richard Bradley; the first millennium A.D. in Europe and the Mediterranean. An archaeological essay (Edward James), Klavs Randsborg.show more