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Neolithic and Copper Age Monuments. Emergence, function and the social construction of the landscape.

Contributors

B. Schulz Paulsson
Editor

B. Gaydarska bisserka.gaydarska@durham.ac.uk
Editor

Abstract

The Neolithic and Copper age monuments in Europe, consisting of stone temples and circles, standing stones, henge monuments, long barrows, megalithic graves, buildings and pyramids, are the most impressive remains of past societies and present striking features of the prehistoric landscape. This volume is concerned with these monuments and offers a broad and up-to-date discussion on their emergence and function, their situation in the landscapes and the reconstruction of the prehistoric societies in diverse archaeological contexts and regions in Europe and in one area of the Near East. It brings together new data and methodological approaches, as well as current discussions and interpretations.

Citation

Schulz Paulsson, B., & Gaydarska, B. (Eds.). (2014). Neolithic and Copper Age Monuments. Emergence, function and the social construction of the landscape. Archeopress

Book Type Edited Book
Publication Date 2014
Deposit Date Feb 3, 2015
Series Title BAR International series 2625
Publisher URL http://www.barpublishing.com/neolithic-and-copper-age-monuments.html