The Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe

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The Neolithic - a period in which the first sedentary agrarian communities were established across much of Europe - has been a key topic of archaeological research for over a century. However, the variety of evidence across Europe and the way research traditions in different countries (and languages) have developed makes it very difficult for both students and specialists to gain an overview of continent-wide trends.

The Oxford Handbook of Neolithic Europe provides the first comprehensive, geographically extensive, thematic overview of the European Neolithic - from Iberia to Russia and from Norway to Malta - offering both a general introduction and a clear exploration of key issues and current debates surrounding evidence and interpretation. Chapters written by leading experts in the field examine topics such as the movement of plants, animals, ideas, and people (including recent trends in the application of genetics and isotope analyses); cultural change (from the first farming to the first metal artefacts); domestic architecture; subsistence; material culture; monuments; and burial and other treatments of the dead. In doing so, the volume also considers the history of research and sets out agendas and themes for future work in the field.

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L'autore:

Chris Fowler, Senior Lecturer in Prehistoric Archaeology, Newcastle University.

Jan Harding, Senior Lecturer in Prehistoric Archaeology, Newcastle University.

Daniela Hofmann, Junior Professor of Prehistoric Archaeology, Hamburg University.

Contenuti:

  • Part I: Introduction
  • 1: Chris Fowler, Jan Harding, and Daniela Hofmann: Defining the 'Neolithic in Europe': Diverse and Contemporaneous Communities, c. 6500-2500 BC
  • Part II: Mobility, Change, and Interaction at the Large Scale
  • 2: Tony Brown, Geoff Bailey, and Dave Passmore: Environments and Landscape Change
  • Movement of Plants, Animals, Ideas, and People
  • 3: Joannes Müller: South-East Europe
  • 4: Jean Guilaine: The Neolithization of Mediterranean Europe: Mobility and Interactions from the Near East to the Iberian Peninsula
  • 5: Wolfram Schier: Central and Eastern Europe
  • 6: Anne Tresset: Moving Animals and Plants in the Early Neolithic of North-Western Europe
  • 7: Stephen Shennan: Language, Genes, and Cultural Interaction
  • Sequences of Cultural Interaction and Cultural Change
  • 8: John Chapman: South-East Europe
  • 9: Caroline Malone: The Neolithic in Mediterranean Europe
  • 10: Detlef Gronenborn and Pavel Dolukhanov †: Central and Eastern Europe
  • 11: Nick Thorpe: Northern and Western Europe
  • Part III: Neolithic Worlds and Neolithic Lifeways
  • Houses, Habitation, and Community
  • 12: Pál Raczky: Tells and Settlements in South-East Europe
  • 13: Demetra Papaconstantinou: Domestic Space in the Mediterranean
  • 14: Jonathan Last: Longhouse Lifestyles in the Central European Neolithic
  • 15: Francesco Menotti: Lakeside Dwellings of the Circum-Alpine Region
  • 16: Anick Coudart: Households and Communities in Neolithic France
  • 17: Kenneth Brophy: Houses, Halls, and Occuptation in Britain and Ireland
  • 18: Mats Larsson: Places of Settlement in Southern Scandanavia
  • Subsistence and Social Routine
  • 19: Rich Schulting: Stable Isotopes and Neolithic Subsistence: Pattern and Variation
  • 20: Amy Bogaard: Subsistence Practices and Social Routine in Neolithic Southern Europe
  • 21: László Bartosiewicz and Malcolm Lillie: Subsistence Practices in Central and Eastern Europe
  • 22: Tony Legge † and Peter Rowley-Conwy: Subsistence Practices in Western and Northern Europe
  • 23: Dimitrij Mleku?: The Neolithic Year
  • 24: Roy Loveday: Religious Routine and Pilgrimage in the British Isles
  • Materiality and Social Relations
  • 25: Marjorie de Grooth: Invention and European Knapping Traditions
  • 26: Pedro Díaz-del-Río and Mara Capote: Shared Labour and Large Scale Action: European Flint Mining
  • 27: Gabriel Cooney: Stone and Flint Axes in Neolithic Europe
  • 28: Mihael Budja: Pottery of South-East Europe
  • 29: Joachim Pechtl: Linearbandkeramik Pottery and Society
  • 30: Rick Peterson and Johannes Müller: Ceramics and Society in Northern Europe
  • 31: Marc Vander Linden: Bell Beaker Pottery and Society
  • 32: Stratos Nanoglou: A Miniature World: Models and Figurines in South-East Europe
  • 33: John Chapman and Bisserka Gaydarska: Spondylus and Shell Ornaments
  • 34: Tony Axelsson, Morten Ramstad, and Anders Strinnholm: Amber
  • 35: Volker Heyd and Katherine Walker: The First Metalwork and Expressions of Social Power
  • 36: Mark Pearce and Martin Bartelheim: Early Metallurgy in Iberia and the Western Mediterranean
  • 37: Ben Roberts and Catherine Frieman: Early Metallurgy in Western and Northern Europe
  • 38: Duncan Garrow: Deposition in Pits
  • 39: Arkadiusz Marciniak and Joshua Pollard: Animals and Social Relations
  • Monuments, Rock Art, and Cosmology
  • 40: Jörg Petrasch: Central European Enclosures
  • 41: Robin Skeates: Italian Enclosures
  • 42: Niels Andersen: Causewayed Enclosures in Northern and Western Europe
  • 43: Vicki Cummings, Magdalena Midgeley †, and Chris Scarre: Chambered Tombs and Passage Graves of Northern and Western Europe
  • 44: Sara Fairen-Jiminez: Rock Carvings in Iberia
  • 45: Angelo Fossati: Rock Carvings in South Central Europe
  • 46: Andrew Cochrane, Andrew Jones, and Kalle Sognnes: Rock Carvings in Northern Europe
  • 47: Robin Skeates: Underground Religion in the Central Mediterranean Neolithic
  • 48: Michael Hoskin: A Place in the Cosmos: Monuments and Celestial Bodies
  • Death, Bodies, and Persons
  • 49: Dušan Bori?: Mortuary Practices, Bodies, and Persons in the Neolithic and Early-Middle Copper Ages of South-East Europe
  • 50: John Robb: Burial and Human Body Representations in the Central Mediterranean Neolithic
  • 51: Daniela Hofmann and Jörg Orschiedt: Mortuary Practices, Bodies, and Persons in Central Europe
  • 52: Karl-Göran Sjögren: Mortuary Practices, Bodies, and Persons in North-East Europe
  • 53: Chris Fowler and Chris Scarre: Mortuary Practices and Bodily Representations in North-West Europe
  • Part IV: Conclusion: Debates in Neolithic Archaeology
  • 54: Alasdair Whittle: Unexpected Histories? South-East and Central Europe
  • 55: Julian Thomas: What Do We Mean By 'Neolithic Societies'?
  • 56: Kristian Kristiansen: The Decline of the Neolithic and the Rise of the Bronze Age Society

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