Lithic Technology in Metal Using Societies.

Valentin Eriksen, B. (ed).

Hard cover. 260 pp. Richly illustrated. Proceedings of a UISPP Workshop. Aarhus University Press 2010.

With contributions from:
Barbara Armbruster, Torben Bjarke Ballin, Jaroslaw Bronowicki, Angela Davidzon, Pauline de Montmollin, Alfred Pawlik, Teresa P. Raczek, Steven A. Rosen, Lasse Sørensen, Annelou van Gijn, Jacob Vardi, Anders Högberg, Matthieu Honegger, Evangelia Karimali, Georgia Kourtessi-Philippakis, Miroslaw Masojc, Udo Neumann, Chloé Druart, Berit Valentin Eriksen, Mechtild Freudenberg, Catherine Frieman, Isaac Gilead, Miriam Noël.

With information from:
Denmark, Germany, Netherlands, Great Britain, Poland, Alpine countries, Mycenaea, Greece, Israel, India, Cambodia.

The purpose of the present volume is to bring attention to the research potential of the lithic artefacts in question. It embodies the proceedings of a UISPP workshop, the aim of which it was to congregate lithic researchers working on pre- and protohistoric sites and inventories in which lithic technology were of alleged subordinate importance to metal. Participants were encouraged to share knowledge, data and analytical results on inventories from a global range of societies in which tool-stone was being replaced by metal. Papers providing methodological and theoretical insight pertinent to these issues were also invited and the original score of papers presented at the meeting were further enriched by papers from authors who were not able to participate in the workshop.


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