Cooking with plants in ancient Europe and beyond

Interdisciplinary approaches to the archaeology of plant foods

Edited by Soultana Maria Valamoti, Anastasia Dimoula & Maria Ntinou | Forthcoming

Plants have constituted the basis of human subsistence. This volume focuses on plant food ingredients that were consumed by the members of past societies and on the ways these ingredients were transformed into food. The…



Art in Early Modern Law

Evolving Procedures for Heritage Protection in 15th- to 18th-Century Europe

Chiara Mannoni | Forthcoming

In the early modern centuries, several European states issued pioneering regulations to protect what they thought of as “heritage” – that is, antiquities, monuments, and paintings considered important for their country’s splendour. These early protocols…



Hidden dimensions

Aspects of Mesolithic hunter-gatherer landscape use and non-lithic technology

Edited by Ole Grøn & Hans Peeters | Forthcoming

The modelling and representation of prehistoric hunter-gatherer behaviours is largely influenced by the investigation of sites with high archaeological visibility, due to the presence of large amounts of knapped lithics, which generally survive the ravages…



Coming to Terms with the Future

Concepts of Resilience for the Study of Early Iranian Societies

Edited by Reinhard Bernbeck, Gisela Eberhardt & Susan Pollock | Forthcoming

The collection of essays in this book focuses on the highlands of Iran in pre-modern times, reaching from the Paleolithic to the medieval period. What holds the diverse contributions together is an issue that is…



The Life and Journey of Neolithic Copper Objects

Transformations of the Neuenkirchen Hoard, North-East Germany (3800 BCE)

Henry Skorna | Forthcoming

This work is an intensive study of the Neolithic deposition of copper objects from Neuenkirchen in North-East Germany. This unique ensemble represents one of the very rare hoard finds from the early Early Neolithic, and…



Connectivity Matters!

Social, Environmental and Cultural Connectivity in Past Societies

Edited by Johannes Müller | Forthcoming

This book is a presentation of the basic concept of social, environmental and cultural connectivity in past societies, as embodied in a diversity of disciplines in the Cluster of Excellence ROOTS. Thus, rather pragmatically driven…



Byblos. The World’s Most Ancient Port

David Kertai with contributions by Jona Lendering | Forthcoming

Byblos tells the fascinating tale of a Lebanese port. This epic, which started over 8,500 years ago, is about sailors and merchants, kings and pharaohs, heroes and fortune-seekers. Their stories are all intrinsically linked to…



Cooking with plants in ancient Europe and beyond

Interdisciplinary approaches to the archaeology of plant foods

Edited by Soultana Maria Valamoti, Anastasia Dimoula & Maria Ntinou | Forthcoming

Plants have constituted the basis of human subsistence. This volume focuses on plant food ingredients that were consumed by the members of past societies and on the ways these ingredients were transformed into food. The…



Art in Early Modern Law

Evolving Procedures for Heritage Protection in 15th- to 18th-Century Europe

Chiara Mannoni | Forthcoming

In the early modern centuries, several European states issued pioneering regulations to protect what they thought of as “heritage” – that is, antiquities, monuments, and paintings considered important for their country’s splendour. These early protocols…



Hidden dimensions

Aspects of Mesolithic hunter-gatherer landscape use and non-lithic technology

Edited by Ole Grøn & Hans Peeters | Forthcoming

The modelling and representation of prehistoric hunter-gatherer behaviours is largely influenced by the investigation of sites with high archaeological visibility, due to the presence of large amounts of knapped lithics, which generally survive the ravages…



Coming to Terms with the Future

Concepts of Resilience for the Study of Early Iranian Societies

Edited by Reinhard Bernbeck, Gisela Eberhardt & Susan Pollock | Forthcoming

The collection of essays in this book focuses on the highlands of Iran in pre-modern times, reaching from the Paleolithic to the medieval period. What holds the diverse contributions together is an issue that is…



The Life and Journey of Neolithic Copper Objects

Transformations of the Neuenkirchen Hoard, North-East Germany (3800 BCE)

Henry Skorna | Forthcoming

This work is an intensive study of the Neolithic deposition of copper objects from Neuenkirchen in North-East Germany. This unique ensemble represents one of the very rare hoard finds from the early Early Neolithic, and…



Connectivity Matters!

Social, Environmental and Cultural Connectivity in Past Societies

Edited by Johannes Müller | Forthcoming

This book is a presentation of the basic concept of social, environmental and cultural connectivity in past societies, as embodied in a diversity of disciplines in the Cluster of Excellence ROOTS. Thus, rather pragmatically driven…



Byblos. The World’s Most Ancient Port

David Kertai with contributions by Jona Lendering | Forthcoming

Byblos tells the fascinating tale of a Lebanese port. This epic, which started over 8,500 years ago, is about sailors and merchants, kings and pharaohs, heroes and fortune-seekers. Their stories are all intrinsically linked to…






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