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Session C68 (Part II) 9781407306643

Session C68 (Part II)

Monumental Questions

ISBN-10: 1407306642
ISBN-13: 9781407306643
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PUBLISHER: British Archaeological Reports Limited
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Product Description: Papers from Session C68 (Part II) of the XV UISPP World Congress (Lisbon, 4-9 September 2006); Contents: 1) Notes sur quelques structures funeraires de la region de Tindouf (Sud-sud-ouest, Algerie) (I. Amara and C. Yass); 2) Conceptual framework and archaeological data of the initial classist society in the Atlantic Band of Cadiz (SW Spain) in 3rd and 2nd millennia BC (Jose Ramos et al.); 3) Archaeometric analyses of pottery from TRB barrows and hilltop enclosures (Matthew T. Boulanger & Michael D. Glascock); 4) Megaliths of the Vera Island in the Southern Urals (Stanislav A. Grigoriev & Julia V. Vasina); 5) Memories of a megalithic landscape: mortuary practices and gallery graves in western Sweden during the Late Neolithic (Eva Stenskold); 6) Monumental questions: prehistoric megaliths, mounds and enclosures of Central and Northern Europe (Maximilian O. Baldia); 7) Approaching the dead - social and architectural interaction reflected in a megalithic tomb (Lars Larsson); 8) Earthen architecture in Classic period Central Veracruz, Mexico: development and function (Annick Daneels); 9) Monumentality and complex hunter-gatherers in southeast coastal Brazil (Suzanne K. Fish & Paul R. Fish); 10) From Moundville to Angel: a comparison of the organization of monumental architecture and central places at three points in space and time in the Mississippian world (Christopher S. Peebles & Staffan Peterson) 11) Sambaquieiros of the Southeastern coast of Brazil: the beginning of settlement, functioning and collapse (Maria Dulce Gaspar and Marcia Barbosa); 12) New perspectives on moundbuilding societies - from coastal southern Brazil natural dynamics and regional archaeology (Paulo DeBlasis); 13) Shellmidden formation at the Beagle Channel (Tierra del Fuego, Argentine) (Ernesto Luis Piana & Luis Abel Orquera); 14) Homogeneity ideology versus status distinction: changes in burial system in the southwestern Korean Bronze Age (Jangsuk Kim & Jaehoon Hwang); 15) Megalithic tombs, power, and social relations in West Sumba, Indonesia (Ron L. Adams); 16) Gurdadaguji stone arrangements: late Holocene aggregation locals? (Fiona Hook & Adrian Di Lello); 17) Small things in big places - coloration and fabric structure of selected polychrome textiles from the Seip Mound Group in Eastern North America (Christel M. Baldia et al.).

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CATEGORY: Law, Social Science
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