Prehistoric Europe - Jones, Andrew
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Prehistoric Europe: Theory and Practice provides a comprehensive overview of the wide-ranging contemporary debates in the study of European prehistory. Written to reflect the immense changes in the field, the volume presents essays by some of the most dynamic researchers and leading European scholars in the field today. Ranging from the Neolithic period to the early stages of the Iron Age, and from Ireland and Scandinavia to the Urals and the Iberian Peninsula, the book offers a truly contemporary approach to the ever-evolving study of European prehistory.…mehr

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Prehistoric Europe: Theory and Practice provides a comprehensive overview of the wide-ranging contemporary debates in the study of European prehistory. Written to reflect the immense changes in the field, the volume presents essays by some of the most dynamic researchers and leading European scholars in the field today. Ranging from the Neolithic period to the early stages of the Iron Age, and from Ireland and Scandinavia to the Urals and the Iberian Peninsula, the book offers a truly contemporary approach to the ever-evolving study of European prehistory.
  • Produktdetails
  • Blackwell Studies in Global Archaeology
  • Verlag: Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 400
  • Erscheinungstermin: 24. Oktober 2008
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 251mm x 172mm x 30mm
  • Gewicht: 858g
  • ISBN-13: 9781405125970
  • ISBN-10: 1405125977
  • Artikelnr.: 23505619
Autorenporträt
Andrew Jones earned a Ph.D. at the University of Glasgow and is currently a lecturer in archaeology at the University of Southampton. He is the author of several books including Archaeological Theory and Scientific Practice.
Inhaltsangabe
Introduction: Andrew Jones (University of Southampton).
Chapter 1: Frameworks for the Analysis of European Prehistory:.
1.1: Hunter-gatherers to Farmers: Mark Pluciennik (University of Leicester).
1.2: Ethnicity and the Problem of the Celts: John Collis (Sheffield University).
Chapter 2: Landscape and Place:.
2.1: Earlier Prehistoric Landscapes: Joakim Goldhahn (University of Umea, Sweden).
2.2: Later Prehistoric Landscapes: David Fontijn (Leiden University).
Chapter 3: The Living House -Architecture, the Everyday and the Human Life Cycle:.
3.1: Earlier Prehistoric Architecture: Dusan Boric (University of Cambridge).
3.2: Later Prehistoric Architecture: Fokke Gerritsen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam).
Chapter 4: Materiality, Technology and Transformation:.
4.1: The Emergence of Pottery: Dragos Gheorghiu.
4.2: The Emergence of Metalworking: Barbara Ottaway and Ben Roberts (University of Sheffield and British Museum).
Chapter 5: Death, Remembrance and the Past:.
5.1:The Past in Earlier Prehistory: Katina Lillios (University of Iowa).
5.2: The Past in Later Prehistory: Brian Hanks (University of Pittsburgh).
Chapter 6: Identity, Community the Body and the Person:.
6.1: Earlier Prehistory: Alasdair Whittle and Daniela Hoffman (both Cardiff University).
6.2: Later Prehistory: Ing-Marie Back Danielsson (Stockholm University).
Chapter 7: Interaction, Trade and Exchange:.
7.1: Approaches to Trade and Exchange in Earlier Prehistory: John Chapman (Durham University).
7.2: Trade and Exchange in Later Prehistory/Interactions between Polities of Differing Size and Scale: Peter Wells (University of Minnesota)

Introduction: Andrew Jones (University of Southampton). Chapter 1: Frameworks for the Analysis of European Prehistory:. 1.1: Hunter-gatherers to Farmers: Mark Pluciennik (University of Leicester). 1.2: Ethnicity and the Problem of the Celts: John Collis (Sheffield University). Chapter 2: Landscape and Place:. 2.1: Earlier Prehistoric Landscapes: Joakim Goldhahn (University of Umea
Sweden). 2.2: Later Prehistoric Landscapes: David Fontijn (Leiden University). Chapter 3: The Living House -Architecture
the Everyday and the Human Life Cycle:. 3.1: Earlier Prehistoric Architecture: Dusan Boric (University of Cambridge). 3.2: Later Prehistoric Architecture: Fokke Gerritsen (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam). Chapter 4: Materiality
Technology and Transformation:. 4.1: The Emergence of Pottery: Dragos Gheorghiu. 4.2: The Emergence of Metalworking: Barbara Ottaway and Ben Roberts (University of Sheffield and British Museum). Chapter 5: Death
Remembrance and the Past:. 5.1:The Past in Earlier Prehistory: Katina Lillios (University of Iowa). 5.2: The Past in Later Prehistory: Brian Hanks (University of Pittsburgh). Chapter 6: Identity
Community the Body and the Person:. 6.1: Earlier Prehistory: Alasdair Whittle and Daniela Hoffman (both Cardiff University). 6.2: Later Prehistory: Ing-Marie Back Danielsson (Stockholm University). Chapter 7: Interaction
Trade and Exchange:. 7.1: Approaches to Trade and Exchange in Earlier Prehistory: John Chapman (Durham University). 7.2: Trade and Exchange in Later Prehistory/Interactions between Polities of Differing Size and Scale: Peter Wells (University of Minnesota)