Detecting and explaining technological innovation in prehistory

Edited by Michela Spataro & Martin Furholt | Forthcoming

Technology refers to any set of standardised procedures for transforming raw materials into finished products. Innovation consists of any change in technology which has tangible and lasting effect on human practices, whether or not it provides utilitarian advantages. Prehistoric societies...


From ‘LUGAL.GAL’ to ‘Wanax’

Kingship and Political Organisation in the Late Bronze Age Aegean

Edited by Jorrit M. Kelder & Willemijn J. I. Waal | Forthcoming

In this book the much-debated problem of political organization in Mycenaean Greece (ca. 1400-1200 BC) is analysed and contextualised through the prism of archaeology and...


Rural Settlement

Relating buildings, landscape, and people in the European Iron Age

Edited by Dave C. Cowley, Manuel Fernández-Götz, Tanja Romankiewicz & Holger Wendling | Forthcoming

The majority of humanity have lived out their lives in a ‘rural’ context, and even in our increasingly urbanised world almost half of the global...


Photo-Museology

The presence of absence and the absence of presence

Mark Adams and Nicholas Thomas | Forthcoming

Ethnographic museums, now often rebranded as collections of ‘world cultures’, appear permanently problematic, even as their contexts and the orientation of their activities change. Across...


Maidanets'ke

Development and decline of a Trypillia mega-site in Central Ukraine

René Ohlrau | Forthcoming

At the end of the 5th millennium BCE, some of the vastest settlements of the time emerged on the forest steppe north of the...


Habitus?

The Social Dimension of Technology and Transformation

Edited by Sławomir Kadrow & Johannes Müller | Forthcoming

The problem of the social dimension of technology and transformation seen in the perspective of the habitus has been repeatedly undertaken in various works. However,...


Perspectives on Lived Religion

Practices Transmission Landscape

Edited by Nico Staring, Huw Twiston Davies and Lara Weiss | Forthcoming

Religion in the ancient world, and ancient Egyptian religion in particular, is often perceived as static, hierarchically organised, and centred on priests, tombs, and temples....


Detecting and explaining technological innovation in prehistory

Edited by Michela Spataro & Martin Furholt | Forthcoming

Technology refers to any set of standardised procedures for transforming raw materials into finished products. Innovation consists of any change in technology which has tangible and lasting effect on human practices, whether or not it provides utilitarian advantages. Prehistoric societies...


From ‘LUGAL.GAL’ to ‘Wanax’

Kingship and Political Organisation in the Late Bronze Age Aegean

Edited by Jorrit M. Kelder & Willemijn J. I. Waal | Forthcoming

In this book the much-debated problem of political organization in Mycenaean Greece (ca. 1400-1200 BC) is analysed and contextualised through the prism of archaeology and...


Rural Settlement

Relating buildings, landscape, and people in the European Iron Age

Edited by Dave C. Cowley, Manuel Fernández-Götz, Tanja Romankiewicz & Holger Wendling | Forthcoming

The majority of humanity have lived out their lives in a ‘rural’ context, and even in our increasingly urbanised world almost half of the global...


Photo-Museology

The presence of absence and the absence of presence

Mark Adams and Nicholas Thomas | Forthcoming

Ethnographic museums, now often rebranded as collections of ‘world cultures’, appear permanently problematic, even as their contexts and the orientation of their activities change. Across...


Maidanets'ke

Development and decline of a Trypillia mega-site in Central Ukraine

René Ohlrau | Forthcoming

At the end of the 5th millennium BCE, some of the vastest settlements of the time emerged on the forest steppe north of the...


Habitus?

The Social Dimension of Technology and Transformation

Edited by Sławomir Kadrow & Johannes Müller | Forthcoming

The problem of the social dimension of technology and transformation seen in the perspective of the habitus has been repeatedly undertaken in various works. However,...


Perspectives on Lived Religion

Practices Transmission Landscape

Edited by Nico Staring, Huw Twiston Davies and Lara Weiss | Forthcoming

Religion in the ancient world, and ancient Egyptian religion in particular, is often perceived as static, hierarchically organised, and centred on priests, tombs, and temples....





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