Bronze Age Connections
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Bronze Age Connections

Cultural Contact in Prehistoric Europe
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ISBN-13:
9781842173480
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.07.2009
Seiten:
224
Gewicht:
735 g
Format:
277x217x17 mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

New and exciting discoveries on either side of the English Channel in recent years have begun to show that people living in the coastal zones of Belgium, southern Britain, northern France and the Netherlands shared a common material culture during the Bronze Age, between three and four thousand years ago.
Building new connections (Peter Clark); Encompassing the sea: 'maritories' and Bronze Age maritime interactions (Stuart Needham); From Picardy to Flanders: transmanche connections in the Bronze Age (Jean Bourgeois and Marc Talon); British immigrants killed abroad in the seventies: the rise and fall of a Dutch culture (Liesbeth Theunissen); The Canche Estuary (Pas-de-Calais, France) from the early Bronze Age to the emporium of Quentovic: a traditional trading place between south east England and the continent (Michel Philippe); Looking forward: maritime contacts in the first millennium BC (Barry Cunliffe); Copper Mining and production at the beginning of the British Bronze Age - new evidence for Beaker/EBA prospecting and some ideas on scale, exchange, and early smelting technologies (Simon Timberlake); The demise of the flint tool industry (Chris Butler); Land at the other end of the sea? Metalwork circulation, geographical knowledge and the significance of British/Irish imports in the Bronze Age of the Low Countries (David Fontijn); The master(y) of hard materials: thoughts on technology, materiality and ideology occasioned by the Dover boat (Mary W Helms); Exploring the ritual of travel in prehistoric Europe: the Bronze Age sewn-plank boats in context (Robert van de Noort); In his hands and in his head: the Amesbury Archer as magician (Andrew Fitzpatrick).
New and exciting discoveries on either side of the English Channel in recent years have begun to show that people living in the coastal zones of Belgium, southern Britain, northern France and the Netherlands shared a common material culture during the Bronze Age, between three and four thousand years ago.