Prehistoric Europe: Theory and Practice
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.
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Frameworks for the Analysis of European Prehistory
reconstructed from the theories of Henri dArbois
Landscape and Place
building phases of Skelhøj
marshes in MiddenLimburg for the Middle
The Living House Architecture the Everyday and the Human Lifecycle
principal Mesolithic Early and Middle Neolithic sites
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3rd millennium BC 5th millennium BC analysis Ancient Anthropology archaeological record Archaeology areas artefacts Balkans barrow body bones Bradley building burial Cambridge University Press Celtic Celts central century ceramic Clairvaux-les-lacs communities construction contexts copper Danube decorated deﬁned deposition Early Bronze Age Early Neolithic European prehistory evidence example excavated exchange exotic Figure ﬁgurines ﬁnds ﬁne ﬁrst Goldhahn graves groups History Hodder human hunter-gatherers Iberian Peninsula identity important individual inﬂuenced interpretation Iron Age Journal Kristiansen La Hoguette landscape Late Iron Age Leisner Lepenski Vir London longhouse material culture Mediterranean megalithic memory Mesolithic metal Metallurgy millennium BC Mjeltehaugen monuments mortuary Neolithic Europe Néolithique objects Oxford past period Pernicka perspective places plaques Pluciennik pottery practices Prehistoric Europe reﬂect region Renfrew ritual rock art Routledge Sagaholm Scandinavia Sesklo settlements signiﬁcance skeuomorphs smelting social societies southern speciﬁc structures studies suggest Swifterbant symbolic temper tion tradition warrior Whittle