Tripolye Typo-chronology

Mega and Smaller Sites in the Sinyukha River Basin

Liudmyla Shatilo | 2021

The Tripolye phenomenon, which displays a specific artefact complex and an extraordinary settlement layout, is also known for its so-called ‘mega sites’. Five of the largest ‘mega’ or giant settlements measure between 150-320 ha in…




Environmental humanities: a rethinking of landscape archaeology?

Interdisciplinary academic research related to different perspectives of landscapes

Edited by S.J. Kluiving, K. Liden, C. Fredengren | 2021

There has been an increasing archaeological interest in human-animal-nature relations, where archaeology has shifted from a focus on deciphering meaning, or understanding symbols and the social construction of the landscape to an acknowledgement of how…




Bridging Social and Geographical Space through Networks

Edited by Helen Dawson & Francesco Iacono | 2021

This volume represents a bold attempt by the editors to bring scholars from distinct research orientations together, to discuss the interplay between the geographic and social dimensions of different kinds of interaction networks. Within the…




Beyond Use-Wear Traces

Going from tools to people by means of archaeological wear and residue analyses

Edited by Sylvie Beyries, Caroline Hamon & Yolaine Maigrot | 2021

This book brings together 30 papers by leading scholars in the field of usewear and residue analysis. This publication aims to revive the debate on the role of traceology (use-wear and residues) in multidisciplinary approaches…




Pots and practices

An experimental and microwear approach to Early Iron Age vessel biographies

Edited by Annelou van Gijn, Janine Fries-Knoblach & Philipp W. Stockhammer | 2020

This third volume of the BEFIM series addresses the life history of vessels from the Early Celtic hillfort settlements of Heuneburg and Vix-Mont Lassois, from a detailed examination of the manufacturing process to the use…




Grave Reminders

Comparing Mycenaean tomb building with labour and memory

Daniel R. Turner | 2020

From ca. 1600 – 1000 BC, builders across southern Greece crafted thousands of rock-cut chamber tombs similar to earlier and contemporary ‘beehive’ tholos tombs. Both tomb styles were designed with multiple uses in mind, filling…




Interdisciplinary analysis of the cemetery Kudachurt 14

Evaluating indicators of social inequality, demography, oral health and diet during the Bronze Age key period 2200-1650 BCE in the Northern Caucasus

Katharina Fuchs | 2020

Representing both a barrier and a corridor between the Eurasian and Asian continents, the Caucasus has constituted the setting for various socio-economic transformations throughout prehistory. The transition from the Middle to the Late Bronze Age…




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Tripolye Typo-chronology

Mega and Smaller Sites in the Sinyukha River Basin

Liudmyla Shatilo | 2021

The Tripolye phenomenon, which displays a specific artefact complex and an extraordinary settlement layout, is also known for its so-called ‘mega sites’. Five of the largest ‘mega’ or giant settlements measure between 150-320 ha in…




Environmental humanities: a rethinking of landscape archaeology?

Interdisciplinary academic research related to different perspectives of landscapes

Edited by S.J. Kluiving, K. Liden, C. Fredengren | 2021

There has been an increasing archaeological interest in human-animal-nature relations, where archaeology has shifted from a focus on deciphering meaning, or understanding symbols and the social construction of the landscape to an acknowledgement of how…




Bridging Social and Geographical Space through Networks

Edited by Helen Dawson & Francesco Iacono | 2021

This volume represents a bold attempt by the editors to bring scholars from distinct research orientations together, to discuss the interplay between the geographic and social dimensions of different kinds of interaction networks. Within the…




Beyond Use-Wear Traces

Going from tools to people by means of archaeological wear and residue analyses

Edited by Sylvie Beyries, Caroline Hamon & Yolaine Maigrot | 2021

This book brings together 30 papers by leading scholars in the field of usewear and residue analysis. This publication aims to revive the debate on the role of traceology (use-wear and residues) in multidisciplinary approaches…




Pots and practices

An experimental and microwear approach to Early Iron Age vessel biographies

Edited by Annelou van Gijn, Janine Fries-Knoblach & Philipp W. Stockhammer | 2020

This third volume of the BEFIM series addresses the life history of vessels from the Early Celtic hillfort settlements of Heuneburg and Vix-Mont Lassois, from a detailed examination of the manufacturing process to the use…




Grave Reminders

Comparing Mycenaean tomb building with labour and memory

Daniel R. Turner | 2020

From ca. 1600 – 1000 BC, builders across southern Greece crafted thousands of rock-cut chamber tombs similar to earlier and contemporary ‘beehive’ tholos tombs. Both tomb styles were designed with multiple uses in mind, filling…




Interdisciplinary analysis of the cemetery Kudachurt 14

Evaluating indicators of social inequality, demography, oral health and diet during the Bronze Age key period 2200-1650 BCE in the Northern Caucasus

Katharina Fuchs | 2020

Representing both a barrier and a corridor between the Eurasian and Asian continents, the Caucasus has constituted the setting for various socio-economic transformations throughout prehistory. The transition from the Middle to the Late Bronze Age…







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