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Brazaletes de piedra neolíticos en la península ibérica (VI–V milenio a.C.) (Paperback)

Ancient History > Prehistory > Neolithic

Imprint: British Archaeological Reports
Pages: 355
Illustrations: b/w illus
ISBN: 9781407316468
Published: 31st December 2018
Casemate UK Academic


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The use of stone bracelets is one of the most fascinating archaeological phenomena associated with the first Neolithic societies in most of the Western Mediterranean. These adornments are associated with the Early Neolithic, characterised by the advent of pottery with cardial and other impressed decorations. This book presents a petrological, technological, typological and traceological study of these bracelets in the Iberian Peninsula. Through these analyses, based on the use, distribution and production of the bracelets, the author identifies two cultural groups with different and parallel social developments. These groups are those traditionally known as the ‘Andalusian Neolithic’ and the ‘Valencian Neolithic’. The geographic and chronological distribution of the bracelets makes them a cultural marker of Early Neolithic societies in these geographical areas. Similarly, analysis of their craftsmanship, circulation and use allows the author to determine aspects of the socioeconomic evolution of these first farming populations.

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