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Encounters and Tranformations (Hardback)

The Archaeology of Iberia in Transition

Ancient History > Prehistory > Mediterranean Prehistory

Imprint: Sheffield Academic Press
Pages: 170
Illustrations: 48 figs, 5 plates
ISBN: 9781850755937
Published: 31st December 1997
Casemate UK Academic


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Fourteen essays illustrating the latest research on the archaeology of Iberia from the Neolithic to the Iron Age. The papers are: the island filter model revisited ( J. M. V. García ); fortified sites in southern Italy and Spain during the Neolithic and Copper ages ( J. C. M. de la Cruz ); transition from the Copper to the Bronze age ( Katina T. Lilios ); Bronze age survey in northern Spain ( A. Gilman et al ); development of cultural complexity in the western Mediterranean ( A. H. Gonzalo ); aspects of Talayotic culture ( M. Fernandez-Miranda ); prehistoric subsistence and monuments in Mallorca ( R. Chapman and A. Grant ), contact between the sea peoples and Tartessos? ( M. B. Galan ); the west of Iberia ( M. Priego ); religious aspects of Phoenician-Punic colonization ( M. B. Deamos ); Phoenician gold in the western Mediterranean ( Alicia P. Caveda ); funerary evidence for interactions betweeen Punic colonies and native Iberians ( Teresa C. Brunet ); Sanctuaries of the Iberian peninsula ( Lourdes Prados-Torreira ); the Iberians in Sardinia ( J. A. S. Velasco ).

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