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Panegyrikoi Logoi.
Festschrift für Johannes Nollé zum 65. Geburtstag. Hrsg. v. Nollé, Margret/ Rothenhöfer, Peter M./ Schmied-Kowarzik, Gisela/ Schwarz, Hertha/ Mosch, Hans-Christoph von. 2019. 592 S., zahlr. (tls farb.) Abb., 28 cm.

ISBN 978-3-7749-4215-8

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Early Medieval Tesserae in Northwestern Europe.
Ed. by Van Wersch, Line/ Verslype, Laurent/ Strivay, David/ Theuws, Frans. With contrib. by Balcon-Berry, Sylvie/ Bertholon, Bénédicte/ Bonnin, Myrtho/ Degryse, Patrick/ Fontaine-Hodiamont, Chantal/ Henderson, Julian/ Kronz, Andreas/ Mathis, François/ Neri, Elisabetta/ Neuray, Brigitte/ Panhuysen, Titus/ Ristow, Sebastian/ Sablerolles, Yvette/ Sapin, Christian/ Simon, Klaus/ Sode, Torben/ Strivay, David/ Theuws, Frans/ Van Wersch, Line/ Verslype, Laurent/ Wilkin, Alexis/ Wouters, Helena. 2019. 144 S., zahlr. farb. Abb., 31 cm.
(Merovingian Archaeol. in the Low Countries, 6)

ISBN 978-3-7749-4203-5

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Merovingian Archaeology in the Low Countries

Über den Glanz des Goldes und die Polychromie.
Technische Vielfalt und kulturelle Bedeutung vor- und frühgeschichtlicher Metallarbeiten. Akten des 2. und 3. Workshops des Netzwerks Archäologisch-Historisches Metallhandwerk in Frankfurt am Main, 24.-27.10.2013, und in Berlin, 11.-12.05.2017. Hrsg. v. Eilbracht, Heidemarie/ Heinrich-Tamáska, Orsolya/ Niemeyer, Barbara/ Reiche, Ina/ Voß, Hans-Ulrich. 2018 (2019). XII,400 S., 196 (tls farb.) Abb., 55 Taf., 11 Tab., 30 cm.
(Kolloq. z. Vor- u. Frühgesch., 24)

ISBN 978-3-7749-4184-7

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Kolloquien zur Vor- und Frühgeschichte

Megaliths – Societies – Landscapes. Early Monumentality and Social Differentiation in Neolithic Europe.
Proceedings of the international conference »Megaliths – Societies – Landscapes. Early Monumentality and Social Differentiation in Neolithic Europe« (16th–20th June 2015) in Kiel. Ed. by Müller, Johannes/ Hinz, Martin/ Wunderlich, Maria. 3 volumes. 2019. 1162 S., zahlr. (tls farb.) Abb., zahlr. Tab., 30 cm.
(Frühe Monumentalität u. soziale Differenzierung, 18)

ISBN 978-3-7749-4213-4

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The 5th and 4th millennium BCE saw the emergence of monumental architecture in Neolithic and Chalcolithic contexts throughout different parts of Europe. Current research is using a set of diverse methodologies and produces multilayered interpretations in order to create multi-faceted narratives on this phenomenon. The international conference »Megaliths, Societies, Landscapes. Early Monumentality and Social Differentiation in Neolithic Europe« aimed to bring together researchers from various regions and contexts, thus providing an up-to-date perspective on prehistoric monumental architecture. The conference was also an opportunity to present the results of the DFG-Priority Program 1400 »Early Monumentality and Social Differentiation. On the origin and development of Neolithic large-scale buildings and the emergence of early complex societies in Northern Central Europe« which focused the appearance of monumentality in the context of Neolithic Funnel Beaker communities. These proceedings present the result of this conference, covering topics such as monuments made of stone, wood and earth, as well as interpretative aspects such as the importance of monumentality for landscape construction and the social significance of monumentality. They comprise of wide-ranging case studies with a continental scope that illustrate the manifold implications and manifestations of monumentality. They also demonstrate the need of holistic approaches and the integration of diverse data sets for the understanding of a phenomenon of such complexity. For a wider understanding of varying forms of monumentality, ethnoarchaeological studies on megaliths from different continents were integrated as well. The conference proceedings show that the construction of monuments may have been driven by very different factors and was embedded in diverse contexts of social organisation, thus being a highly variable and transformative phenomenon.

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Frühe Monumentalität und soziale Differenzierung

Social Network Analysis in Economic Archaeology - Perspectives from the New World.
Proceedings of the International Conference ’Digging a Vertex, Finding the Edges – Approaches to Social Network Analysis in Archaeology: Examples from the Aegean and Mesoamerica'. July 3-4, 2015, University of Cologne. Ed. by Kerig, Tim/ Mader, Christian/ Ragkou, Katerina/ Reinfeld, Michaela/ Zachar, Tomáš. 2019. VIII,82 S., zahlr. (überw. farb.) Abb., 28 cm.
(Studien zur Wirtschaftsarchäologie, 3)

ISBN 978-3-7749-4150-2

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Understanding connectivity is a key to understanding decision making. Social network analysis offers formalized ways of describing and thus comparing attributes of actors related to each other in networks. Using quantitative spatial data, social network analysis promises deeper insights into how social positions are achieved and developed, as mirrored in the ancient flows of materials. The volume collects contributions of an international conference on network analysis in archaeology, held in 2015 at the University of Cologne as part of the DFG Research Training Group 1878 ‘Archaeology of Pre-Modern Economies’. Authors are Geoffrey E. Braswell, Gary M. Feinman, Mark Golitko, Jessica L. Munson, Linda M. Nicholas, and Allen Wilhite.

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Studien zur Wirtschaftsarchäologie