Intensification of animal husbandry in the Late Bronze Age? The contribution of sheep and pigs
Serjeantson, Dale (2007) Intensification of animal husbandry in the Late Bronze Age? The contribution of sheep and pigs. In, Haselgrove, Colin and Pope, Rachel (eds.) The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the Near Continent. Oxford, UK, Oxbow Books, 80-93.
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Table of Contents
Characterising the Earlier Iron Age (Colin Haselgrove and Rachel Pope); The character of Late Bronze Age settlement in southern Britain (Joanna Brück); 800 BC, The Great Divide (Stuart Needham); Llyn Fawr metalwork in Britain: a review (Brendan O'Connor); Intensification of animal husbandry in the Late Bronze Age? The contribution of sheep and pigs (Dale Serjeantson); After 'Celtic' fields: the social organisation of Iron Age agriculture (Richard Bradley and David Yates); Refiguring rights in the Early Iron Age landscapes of East Yorkshire (Melanie Giles); Pitted histories: early first millennium BC pit alignments in the central Welsh Marches (Andy Wigley); Environmental evidence from the Iron Age in north central Britain: putting archaeology in its place (Jacqueline P Huntley); Simple tools for tough tasks or tough tools for simple tasks? Analysis and experiment in Iron Age flint utilization (Jodie Humphrey); A bloodless past: the pacification of Early Iron Age Britain (Simon James); Building communities and creating identities in the first millennium BC (Niall Sharples); Deposits and doorways: patterns within the Iron Age settlement at Crick Covert Farm, Northamptonshire (Ann Woodward and Gwilym Hughes); Ritual and the roundhouse: a critique of recent ideas on the use of domestic space in later British prehistory (Rachel Pope); The character of Earlier Iron Age societies in Scotland (Ian Ralston and Patrick Ashmore); The Early Iron Age of the Peak District: re-reading the evidence (Bill Bevan); The Early to Later Iron Age transition in the Severn-Cotswolds: enclosing the household? (Tom Moore); The aesthetics of landscape on the Berkshire Downs (Chris Gosden and Gary Lock); Settlement in Kent from 1500 to 300 BC (Timothy Champion); The Atlantic West in the Early Iron Age (Jon C Henderson); English and Danish Iron Ages - a comparison through houses, burials and hoards (M L S Sørensen); Familar landscapes with unfamiliar pasts? Bronze Age barrows and Iron Age communities in the southern Netherlands (Fokke Gerritsen); The emergence of early Iron Age 'chieftains' graves' in the southern Netherlands: reconsidering transformations in burial and depositional practices (David Fontijn and Harry Fokkens); Early La Tène burial practices and social (re)constructions in the Marne-Moselle region (Marian Diepeveen-Jansen); Rethinking Earlier Iron Age settlement in the eastern Paris Basin (Colin Haselgrove); Boundaries and identity in Early Iron Age Europe (Peter S Wells).
|Item Type:||Book Section|
|Subjects:||C Auxiliary Sciences of History > CC Archaeology
S Agriculture > SF Animal culture
D History General and Old World > D History (General) > D051 Ancient History
|Divisions:||University Structure - Pre August 2011 > School of Humanities > Archaeology
|Date Deposited:||09 Aug 2007|
|Last Modified:||02 Mar 2012 12:11|
|Contributors:||Serjeantson, Dale (Author)
Haselgrove, Colin (Editor)
Pope, Rachel (Editor)
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