Epistemology, Economics, and Ethics

A Practical Philosophy of Prehistoric Archaeology

Konrad Ott | 2023

This book is intended to be a groundwork of how to theorise prehistory and archaeology and how to make connectivities between the past and the present. It is divided into four parts. The first part…



Rethinking Neolithic Societies

New Perspectives on Social Relations, Political Organization and Cohabitation

Edited by Caroline Heitz, Maria Wunderlich, Martin Hinz, Martin Furholt | 2023

Traditional archaeological ideas about Neolithic societies were shaped by questionable premises. The modern concept of social and cultural coherence of residence groups as well as the ethnic interpretation of ‘archaeological cultures’ fostered ideas of static…



Before Temples

Rectangular structures of the Low Countries and their place in the Iron Age belief system

R. de Leeuwe | 2023

Before the introduction of Roman temples in the Low Countries, there used to be ‘open air cult places’ in the Iron Age. That is at least the assumption based on descriptions given by classical writers…



Dynamik und Kommunikation prähistorischer Gesellschaften im zentralen Alpenraum

Konzepte zu Mobilität und Netzwerken

Mirco Brunner | 2023

Im südlichen Mitteleuropa stellen die Alpen zugleich Barrieren als auch Kommunikationsräume dar. Über diese topografischen, naturräumlichen Begrenzungen hinweg belegen archäologische Fundsituationen immer wieder zahlreiche Nachweise transalpiner Mobilität, deren Entwicklung im Verlauf der prähistorischen Epochen in…



Mediterranean Connections

How the sea links people and transforms identities

Edited by Laura C. Schmidt, Anja Rutter, Lutz Käppel & Oliver Nakoinz | 2023

The present publication constitutes the Proceedings of Session 7 of the ‘Creation of landscapes VI’ workshop, hosted by the CAU Kiel in 2019. The session was entitled ‘Mediterranean Connections – how the sea links people…



(On)aangenaam verleden

Waarom het verleden ertoe doet en archeologie geschiedenis moet schrijven

David Fontijn | 2023

Met het huidige archeologisch bestel, de impact van de ‘third science’- revolutie en de toenemende aandacht voor erfgoed lijkt de Nederlandse archeologie sterker in de samenleving verankerd dan ooit. Maar wie zit er eigenlijk te…



Separation, hybridisation, and networks

Globular Amphora sedentary pastoralists ca. 3200-2700 BCE

Johannes Müller | 2023

Around 3000 BCE, a turning point occurred in Europe: Long-existing regional societies entered into a process of transformation. The result is a world in which new global communication networks brought different regions closer together. From…



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Epistemology, Economics, and Ethics

A Practical Philosophy of Prehistoric Archaeology

Konrad Ott | 2023

This book is intended to be a groundwork of how to theorise prehistory and archaeology and how to make connectivities between the past and the present. It is divided into four parts. The first part…



Rethinking Neolithic Societies

New Perspectives on Social Relations, Political Organization and Cohabitation

Edited by Caroline Heitz, Maria Wunderlich, Martin Hinz, Martin Furholt | 2023

Traditional archaeological ideas about Neolithic societies were shaped by questionable premises. The modern concept of social and cultural coherence of residence groups as well as the ethnic interpretation of ‘archaeological cultures’ fostered ideas of static…



Before Temples

Rectangular structures of the Low Countries and their place in the Iron Age belief system

R. de Leeuwe | 2023

Before the introduction of Roman temples in the Low Countries, there used to be ‘open air cult places’ in the Iron Age. That is at least the assumption based on descriptions given by classical writers…



Dynamik und Kommunikation prähistorischer Gesellschaften im zentralen Alpenraum

Konzepte zu Mobilität und Netzwerken

Mirco Brunner | 2023

Im südlichen Mitteleuropa stellen die Alpen zugleich Barrieren als auch Kommunikationsräume dar. Über diese topografischen, naturräumlichen Begrenzungen hinweg belegen archäologische Fundsituationen immer wieder zahlreiche Nachweise transalpiner Mobilität, deren Entwicklung im Verlauf der prähistorischen Epochen in…



Mediterranean Connections

How the sea links people and transforms identities

Edited by Laura C. Schmidt, Anja Rutter, Lutz Käppel & Oliver Nakoinz | 2023

The present publication constitutes the Proceedings of Session 7 of the ‘Creation of landscapes VI’ workshop, hosted by the CAU Kiel in 2019. The session was entitled ‘Mediterranean Connections – how the sea links people…



(On)aangenaam verleden

Waarom het verleden ertoe doet en archeologie geschiedenis moet schrijven

David Fontijn | 2023

Met het huidige archeologisch bestel, de impact van de ‘third science’- revolutie en de toenemende aandacht voor erfgoed lijkt de Nederlandse archeologie sterker in de samenleving verankerd dan ooit. Maar wie zit er eigenlijk te…



Separation, hybridisation, and networks

Globular Amphora sedentary pastoralists ca. 3200-2700 BCE

Johannes Müller | 2023

Around 3000 BCE, a turning point occurred in Europe: Long-existing regional societies entered into a process of transformation. The result is a world in which new global communication networks brought different regions closer together. From…






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