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Bronze Age and Iron Age

Technological Choices and Material Meanings in Early and Middle Bronze Age Hungary
Understanding the active role of material culture through ceramic analysis
£58.00
Author:
Attila Kreiter
Publication Year:
2007
Language:
English
Paperback:
264pp. Includes 27 tables, 162 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs, 4 data Appendices
ISBN:
9781407300214
BAR number:
S1604
Sub Title:
Understanding the active role of material culture through ceramic analysis
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£59.00
Author:
Joséphine Lesur
Publication Year:
2007
Language:
French with English abstract
Paperback:
270pp, Includes 105 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs, 49 tables, 3 data Appendices
ISBN:
9781407300191
BAR number:
S1602
Sub-series name:
Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology, 68
The main goal of this research is to know the exploitation of the faunal diversity during the Holocene in the Horn of Africa, especially... More
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Territorial Appropriation during the Old Kingdom (XXVIIIth-XXIIIrd centuries BC)
The royal necropolises and the pyramid towns in Egypt
£65.00
Author:
Silvia Lupo
Publication Year:
2007
Language:
English
Paperback:
296pp. Includes 8 tables, 8 maps, 32 figures, plans, drawings and photographs, two data Appendices
ISBN:
9781407300115
BAR number:
S1595
Sub Title:
The royal necropolises and the pyramid towns in Egypt
The concepts of 'territory' and 'territoriality' are analysed on the basis of anthropological and archaeological data. It is assumed that... More
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The “Horace’s Villa” Project 1997-2003
Volume 1. Report on new fieldwork and research. Volume 2. Documentation
£180.00
Author:
Bernard Frischer, Jane Crawford and Monica de Simone
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English
Paperback:
1,058pp. Two volume set, illustrated throughout with maps, plans, drawings and photographs, Index
ISBN:
9781407300016
BAR number:
S1588
Sub Title:
Volume 1. Report on new fieldwork and research. Volume 2. Documentation
“Horace's Villa” is the name given to the site of a Roman country house near the hill town of 'Licenza' (Roma), which is located... More
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The Social Archaeology of Residential Sites
Hungarian noble residences and their social context from the thirteenth through to the sixteenth century: an outline for methodology
£35.00
Author:
Gábor Virágos
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English
Paperback:
159pp, Includes 168 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs.
ISBN:
9781841717968
BAR number:
S1583
Sub Title:
Hungarian noble residences and their social context from the thirteenth through to the sixteenth century: an outline for methodology
Sub-series name:
Archaeolingua Central European Series, 3
This work aims to set up a research agenda to show how archaeology can contribute to an interdisciplinary study of society in the later... More
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£27.00
Author:
Rostislav Nekuda and translated by Radek Kobzik and David Konecny
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English
Paperback:
112pp. Includes 129 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs
ISBN:
9781841717951
BAR number:
S1582
This work describes the organization of an agricultural homestead and its equipment and function and the ensuing research contributes... More
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Tecnología Lítica del Pleistoceno Fina l/ Holoceno Medio
Un Estudio de los Cazadores-Recolectores de la Patagonia Austral (Argentina)
£58.00
Author:
Gabriela Roxana Cattáneo
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
Spanish
Paperback:
266pp. Includes 217 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs, 16 tables, data Appendices
ISBN:
9781841717937
BAR number:
S1580
Sub Title:
Un Estudio de los Cazadores-Recolectores de la Patagonia Austral (Argentina)
This study sheds new light on the lithic technologies practised by the first Patagonians. More
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La malacofaune de sites mésolithiques et néolithiques de la façade atlantique de la France
Contribution à l’économie et à l’identité culturelle des groupes concernés
£99.00
Author:
Catherine Dupont
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
French with English summary
Paperback:
459pp. Includes 273 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs, 64 tables. 2 Data Appendices
ISBN:
9781841717869
BAR number:
S1571
Sub Title:
Contribution à l’économie et à l’identité culturelle des groupes concernés
This work is one of the first in-depth mollusc studies of the French coastal regions. It has direct implications for our understanding of... More
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£61.00
Author:
Knut Andreas Bergsvik
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English
Paperback:
288pp. Includes 5 tables, 135 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs including 8 in colour. 10 data Appendices
ISBN:
9781841719832
BAR number:
S1554
During the transition to the early Neolithic, a number of changes took place among the hunter-fishers of southern Norway. New resources... More
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Ceramic Studies
Papers on the social and cultural significance of ceramics in Europe and Eurasia from prehistoric to historic times
£25.00
Editors:
Dragos Gheorghiu
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English one paper in French
Paperback:
91pp. Illustrated throughout with maps, tables, plans, figures, drawings and photographs
ISBN:
9781841719825
BAR number:
S1553
Sub Title:
Papers on the social and cultural significance of ceramics in Europe and Eurasia from prehistoric to historic times
This book includes ten papers deriving from the session 'Ceramics in the New Millennium' presented at the 2002 EAA Conference in... More
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The Origins of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeastern Europe
A zooarchaeological perspective from the Central Balkans
£39.00
Author:
Elizabeth R. Arnold and Haskel J. Greenfield
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English
Paperback:
180pp. Includes 67 figures, maps, plans, drawings and photographs, 54 tables, 5 data Appendices
ISBN:
9781841719702
BAR number:
S1538
Sub Title:
A zooarchaeological perspective from the Central Balkans
This book addresses the issue of the temporal origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeastern Europe (northern half of the... More
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£25.00
Author:
Andrew B. Smith
Publication Year:
2006
Language:
English
Paperback:
107pp, Includes 61 figures, maps drawings plans and photographs, 25 tables. 3 data Appendices
ISBN:
9781841719696
BAR number:
S1537
Sub-series name:
Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology, 66
The research design underlying this work is based on attempts to try to find the archaeology of the aboriginal herding people of the... More
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