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This book offers a comprehensive introduction to the archaeology ofMediterranean prehistory and an essential reference to the mostrecent research and fieldwork. * * Only book available to offer general coverage of Mediterraneanprehistory * Written by 14 of the leading archaeologists in the field * Spans the Neolithic through the Iron Age, and draws from allthe major regions of the Mediterranean's coast and islands * Presents the central debates in Mediterraneanprehistory---trade and interaction, rural economies, ritual, socialstructure, gender, monumentality, insularity, archaeometallurgy…mehr

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This book offers a comprehensive introduction to the archaeology ofMediterranean prehistory and an essential reference to the mostrecent research and fieldwork. * * Only book available to offer general coverage of Mediterraneanprehistory * Written by 14 of the leading archaeologists in the field * Spans the Neolithic through the Iron Age, and draws from allthe major regions of the Mediterranean's coast and islands * Presents the central debates in Mediterraneanprehistory---trade and interaction, rural economies, ritual, socialstructure, gender, monumentality, insularity, archaeometallurgy andthe metals trade, stone technologies, settlement, and maritimetraffic---as well as contemporary legacies of the region'sprehistoric past * Structure of text is pedagogically driven * Engages diverse theoretical approaches so students will see thebenefits of multivocality

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 352
  • Erscheinungstermin: 08.05.2008
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781405137249
  • Artikelnr.: 38286197
Autorenporträt
Emma Blake is Visiting Assistant Professor in Classical Studies, University of Michigan. Her articles have appeared in World Archaeology, the Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology, the European Journal of Archaeology, and the American Journal of Archaeology.

A. Bernard Knapp is Professor of Mediterranean Archaeology in the Department of Archaeology, University of Glasgow. He co-edits the Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology (with John F. Cherry) and is co-editor of Archaeologies of Landscape (with Wendy Ashmore, Blackwell 1999).
Inhaltsangabe
List of Figures.

List of Tables.

Notes on Contributors.

Acknowledgments.

1. Prehistory in the Mediterranean: The Corrupting andConnecting Sea: A. Bernard Knapp and Emma Blake (University ofGlasgow; University of Michigan).

2. Substances in Motion: Neolithic Mediterranean'Trade': John E. Robb and R. Helen Farr (bothUniversity of Cambridge).

3. Agriculture, Pastoralism, and Mediterranean Landscapes inPrehistory: Graeme Barker (University of Cambridge).

4. Changing Social Relations in the Mediterranean Copper andBronze Ages: Robert Chapman (University of Reading).

5. The Material Expression of Cult, Ritual, and Feasting: EmmaBlake (University of Michigan).

6. The Gendered Sea: Iconography, Gender, and MediterraneanPrehistory: Lauren E. Talalay (University of Michigan).

7. The Genesis of Monuments among the Mediterranean Islands:Michael J. Kolb (Northern Illinois University).

8. Lithic Technologies and Use: Evagelia Karimali (Institute forMediterranean Studies, Hellas, Greece).

9. Archaeometallurgy in the Mediterranean: The Social Context ofMining, Technology, and Trade: Vasiliki Kassianidou and A. BernardKnapp (University of Cyprus; University of Glasgow).

10. Settlement in the Prehistoric Mediterranean: Luke Sollars(University of Glasgow).

11. Maritime Commerce and Geographies of Mobility in the LateBronze Age of the Eastern Mediterranean: Problematizations: SturtW. Manning and Linda Hulin (University of Toronto; University ofReading).

12. Museum Archaeology and the Mediterranean Cultural Heritage:Robin Skeates (University of Durham).

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"This remarkable book does precisely what its title suggests:it provides an account of the archaeology of Mediterraneanprehistory that treats the Mediterranean as a single unit. A galaxyof prominent prehistorians traces themes and topics from the Levantto Spain, enabling the reader to acquire a sense of the shape ofprehistory across the whole of this extraordinary space."Robin Osborne, University of Cambridge

"Blake and Knapp's volume demonstrates that newapproaches to the Mediterranean, taking as central concerns thenature of culture and cultural heritage, are breathing new lifeinto studies of that region." Chris Gosden, University ofOxford