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Title Beyond the core [electronic resource] : reflections on regionality in prehistory / edited by Andy M. Jones and Graeme Kirkham.
Publication Info. Oxford ; Oakville, CT : Oxbow Books, 2011.
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Description 1 online resource.
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This book arose from a session at the Theoretical Archaeological Group conference, which was held in December 2006 at the University of Exeter.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Regionality in prehistory : some thoughts from the periphery / Andy M. Jones -- Borders and belonging : exploring the Neolithic of the Anglo-Welsh borderland / David Mullin -- Moving on in landscape studies : goodbye Wessex, hello German bight? / David Field -- Pattern, perception and preconception : recognising regionality in Scottish prehistory / Strat Haliday -- Scale and senses of belonging : thinking about regionality in the Neolithic of the Irish sea zone / Vicki Cummings -- Social and geographical scale : regionality and the Cumbrian stone circles / Helen Evans -- Islandscapes and standing stones : homogeneity and difference / Joanna Wright -- The alien within : the forgotten sub-cultures of Early Bronze Age Wessex / Andrew Martin -- The Botrea Barrow group: regional identity in Early Bronze Age Cornwall / Andy M. Jones -- Into the West : placing beakers within their Irish contexts / Neil Carlin -- Something different at the Land's End / Graeme Kirkham -- Any questions? / Richard Bradley.
Reproduction Electronic reproduction. Perth, W.A. Available via World Wide Web.
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Subject Archaeology -- Great Britain -- Congresses.
Great Britain -- Antiquities -- Congresses.
Added Author Jones, Andy M.
Kirkham, Graeme.
Ebooks Corporation
Related To Original 9781842179895 1842179896 (DLC) 2010054179
ISBN 1842175904 (electronic bk.)
9781842175903 (electronic bk.)
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