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Title Interweaving worlds [electronic resource] : systemic interactions in Eurasia, 7th to 1st millennia BC / editors, Toby C. Wilkinson, Susan Sherratt and John Bennet.
Publication Info. Oakville, CT : Oxbow Books, c2011.
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Description 1 online resource.
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"Papers from a conference in Sheffied in 2008 in memory of Professor Andrew Sherratt."
This book represents the proceedings of a conference organised by the Department of Anthropology at the University of Sheffield on 1st-4th April 2008 in memory of Andrew Sherratt. The conference itself took place under the title "What Would a Bronze Age World System Look Like?"
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Machine generated contents note: 3.Evolutions and Temporal Delimitations of Bronze Age World-Systems in Western Asia and the Mediterranean / Andrew Sherratt -- 4.The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Andrew Sherratt / Philippe Beaujard -- 5.Ingestion and Food Technologies: Maintaining Differences over the Long-term in West, South and East Asia / Cyprian Broodbank -- 6.Revolutionary Secondary Products: the Development and Significance of Milking, Animal-Traction and Wool-Gathering in Later Prehistoric Europe and the Near East / Dorian Q. Fuller / Michael Rowlands -- 7.World-Systems and Modelling Macro-Historical Processes in Later Prehistory: an Examination of Old and a Search for New Perspectives / Valasia Isaakidou / Paul Halstead -- 8.'From Luxuries to Anxieties': a Liminal View of the Late Bronze Age World-System / Philip L. Kohl -- 9.Re-integrating 'Diffusion': the Spread of Innovations among the Neolithic and Bronze Age Societies of Europe and the Near East / Christopher M. Monroe -- 10.What might the Bronze Age World-System Look Like? / Lorenz Rahmstorf -- 11.'Archival' and 'Sacrificial' Economies in Bronze Age Eurasia: an Interactionist Approach to the Hoarding of Metals / David A. Warburton -- 12.The Formation of Economic Systems and Social Institutions during the Fifth and Fourth Millennia BC in the Southern Levant / David Wengrow -- 13.Negotiating Metal and the Metal Form in the Royal Tombs of Alacahoytik in North-Central Anatolia / Nils Anfinset -- 14.The Near East, Europe, and the 'Routes' of Community in the Early Bronze Age Black Sea / Christoph Bachhuber -- 15.Between Assyria and the Mediterranean World: the Prosperity of Judah and Philistia in the Seventh Century BCE in Context l / Alexander A. Bauer -- 16.Northeast Africa and the Levant in Connection: a World-Systems Perspective on Interregional Relationships in the Early Second Millennium BC / Avraham Faust / Ehud Weiss -- 17.Strands of Connectivity: Assessing the Evidence for Long Distance Exchange of Silk in Later Prehistoric Eurasia / Roxana Flammini -- 18.Travelling in (World) Time: Transformation, Commoditization, and the Beginnings of Urbanism in the Southern Levant / Irene Good -- 19.Bridging India and Scandinavia: Institutional Transmission and Elite Conquest during the Bronze Age / Raphael Greenberg -- 20.New Kid on the Block: the Nature of the First Systemic Contacts between Crete and the Eastern Mediterranean around 2000 BC / Kristian Kristiansen -- 21.Lost in Translation: the Emergence of Mycenaean Culture as a Phenomenon of Globalization / Borja Legarra Herrero -- 22.Anticipating the Silk Road: Some Thoughts on the Wool[-]Murex Connection in Tyre / Joseph Maran.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Prehistoric peoples -- Eurasia.
Commerce, Prehistoric -- Eurasia.
Economics, Prehistoric -- Eurasia.
Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Eurasia.
Sherratt, Andrew, 1946-2006.
Added Author Wilkinson, Toby C.
Sherratt, Susan.
Bennet, John, 1957-
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Related To Original 9781842179987 1842179985 (DLC) 2011024272
ISBN 1842176684 (electronic bk.)
9781842176689 (electronic bk.)
9781842179987 (hardback : alk. paper)
1842179985 (hardback : alk. paper)
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