The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory
This e-book bargains a finished creation to the archaeology of Mediterranean prehistory and a necessary connection with the latest study and fieldwork.
• basically publication on hand to supply normal insurance of Mediterranean prehistory
• Written via 14 of the best archaeologists within the field
• Spans the Neolithic in the course of the Iron Age, and attracts from all of the significant areas of the Mediterranean's coast and islands
• provides the valuable debates in Mediterranean prehistory---trade and interplay, rural economies, ritual, social constitution, gender, monumentality, insularity, archaeometallurgy and the metals exchange, stone applied sciences, payment, and maritime traffic---as good as modern legacies of the region's prehistoric past
• constitution of textual content is pedagogically driven
• Engages assorted theoretical techniques so scholars will see the advantages of multivocality
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Mills 1983); ﬂint in Neolithic Greece circulated in territories of approximately the same size (Perlès 1992b). Finally, obsidian, a geologically distinct natural black glass which occurs only at a few volcanic ﬂows in Europe, was circulated over very long distances (see below). In some locations, collecting at outcrops was intensiﬁed into actual mining. Prehistoric mines are known at Lisbon in Portugal, at Malaucene, Les Esperelles,Vigne du Cade, and Mur-de-Barrez in southern France, and in Italy at Valle Lagorara in Liguria, the Gargano peninsula in Puglia, and Monte Tabuto in Sicily (Di Lernia and Galiberti 1993: ﬁgure 24).
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