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By Housley, Rupert A.; Coles, G.
Maritime communications have played a vital role in shaping both human cultures and the biogeography of the North Atlantic Realm. This collection of papers explores the diversity of human environments and cultural adaptations present within the eastern part of this region, from S...cotland and Norway in the East to Iceland in the West.Read more
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By Bailey, G.; Charles, Ruth; Winder, Nick
The papers in this book are the result of a conference that aimed to encourage contributors to examine the inter-relationships between classes of data that have increasingly come to be treated in isolation and to encourage thinking about theory in environmental archaeology.
By Mills, Coralie; Edited by Coles, G.
These papers attempt to sort out the catchall of marginality, wading into the determinism debate, and questioning whether archaeology competently can investigate the issue.
By Huntley, Jacqueline; Stallibrass, Sue
Papers from the 1993 Association for Environmental Archaeology conference at Durham. The themes of the conference were taphonomy and interpretation, to encourage spreakers to go beyond data acquisition and description. This volume looks at how material (pollen, insects, bones etc....Read more
By Smith, David N.; Brickley, Megan; Smith, Wendy
Focuses on the environmental archaeology of Britain, uncovering a seam of evidence from what might, to the uninitiated, seem like the most unlikely places.
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