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The Iron Age In Lowland Britain

Author: D.W. Harding
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317602854
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This book was written at a time when the older conventional diffusionist view of prehistory, largely associated with the work of V. Gordon Childe, was under rigorous scrutiny from British prehistorians, who still nevertheless regarded the ‘Arras’ culture of eastern Yorkshire and the ‘Belgic’ cemeteries of south-eastern Britain as the product of immigrants from continental Europe. Sympathetic to the idea of population mobility as one mechanism for cultural innovation, as widely recognized historically, it nevertheless attempted a critical re-appraisal of the southern British Iron Age in its continental context. Subsequent fashion in later prehistoric studies has favoured economic, social and cognitive approaches, and the cultural-historical framework has largely been superseded. Routine use of radiocarbon dating and other science-based applications, and new field data resulting from developer-led archaeology have revolutionized understanding of the British Iron Age, and once again raised issues of its relationship to continental Europe.

Recent Archaeological Excavations In Britain

Author: R.L.S. Bruce-Mitford
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317606728
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Originally published in 1956, this collection features chapters by well-known archaeologists on various archaeological sites explored in the previous decade, as examples of the techniques being used and finds being made. Mostly from the lowland zone of Britain, the chapters nonetheless offer a spread of location and site types; while the periods being investigated range from prehistoric to Romano-British to later fields. This detailed work exemplifies the steady progress of study in archaeology and a final chapter on air reconnaissance deals with one of the most revolutionary additions to archaeology in the post-war period. Contributors include: J.G.D. Clark, R. Rainbird Clarke, Sir Mortimer Wheeler, I.A. Richmond, G.W. Meates, W.F. Grimes, C.W. Phillips, J.R.C. Hamilton, Brian Hope-Taylor, J.G. Hurst, J.K.S. St. Joseph.

Hunter Gatherer Landscape Archaeology Archaeological Fieldwork On Colonsay Computer Modelling Experimental Archaeology And Final Interpretations

Author: Christopher Evans
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ISBN: 9781902937328
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Volume 2 moves on to later periods, and reveals how Iron Age and Romano-British communities adapted to the wetland environment that had now become established. From the Romano-British shrine came a remarkable sequence of votive animal deposits.

Settlement Patterns In Hertfordshire

Author: J. R. Hunn
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Ltd
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A variety of studies concerned with settlement patterns and enclosures in late Iron Age and Roman Hertfordshire. A gazetteer of sites is included, most of which survive as cropmarks. The sites are listed with grid references, descriptions, bibliographies and, mostly usefully, plans. With general discussion and extended investigation of five enclosures.

The Bronze Age In Europe

Author: J. M. Coles
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317606000
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This book provides an account of the development of European culture and society during the Bronze Age, the time span between c. 2000 and 700 BC. It was a period of remarkable innovation, seen for instance in the development and growth of metallurgy as a major industry, the spread of trading contacts, the origins of urbanism and the beginnings of social stratification. The study is divided chronologically into two, the earlier and later Bronze Age, giving a clear picture of the nature of the radical changes which occurred in the period as a whole. The geographical area covered, from the Atlantic shores across Europe into the Soviet Union and from northern Scandinavia to the Mediterranean, is too vast to be taken as one unit, and has been broken down into five regions; each is discussed in terms of settlement form, burial practices, ritual and religious sites, material culture, economic and social background, and trading patterns. The book describes and develops common themes that link together the different areas and cultural groups, rather than taking the typographical approach often adopted by Bronze Age specialists, and uses the results of radiocarbon dating to establish an objective chronology for the period. The text is generously illustrated and fully documented with radiocarbon dating tables and extensive bibliography. Our understanding of Bronze Age Europe is still increasing, but no other book of this scope had been written before this, in 1979. It is a major study of its time of interest to anyone looking beyond popular accounts of the day.

Habitat Et L Occupation Du Sol En Europe

Author: Association française pour l'étude de l'âge du fer. Colloque
Publisher: Equinox
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The Proceedings of the annual conferences of the Association Frantaise pour l'Etude de l'Age du Fer have become a major vehicle for recent research on the Iron Age in central and western Europe. In 1994 the conference met in Winchester to share common experiences in problems of settlement archaeology, not only on either side of the English Channel, but also from other areas of Europe. The result is a collection of 19 papers from Britain, France and the Czech Republic. The volume also offers an overview of the history of research in Wessex, which, because of its rich legacy of settlements, hillforts and field systems, has been a trail blazer in theoretical and methodological approaches in archaeology for over a century.