Holy Ground: Theoretical Issues Relating to the Landscape and Material Culture of Ritual Space Objects: Papers from a Session Held at the Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, Cardiff 1999

Holy Ground: Theoretical Issues Relating to the Landscape and Material Culture of Ritual Space Objects: Papers from a Session Held at the Theoretical Archaeology Group Conference, Cardiff 1999

by A. T. Smith
     
 

Ten papers, delivered at the annual Theoretical Archaeology Group conference held in Cardiff in 1999, examine the ritual landscapes of the Neolithic through to the late Middle Ages, with an emphasis on the prehistoric period. Subjects include: pilgrimage in Neolithic western Europe; prehistoric flint mines in southern England; Bronze Age funerary monuments; Kurgan…  See more details below

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Ten papers, delivered at the annual Theoretical Archaeology Group conference held in Cardiff in 1999, examine the ritual landscapes of the Neolithic through to the late Middle Ages, with an emphasis on the prehistoric period. Subjects include: pilgrimage in Neolithic western Europe; prehistoric flint mines in southern England; Bronze Age funerary monuments; Kurgan mortuary practices in the Eurasian Iron Age; animal deposits at Danebury; the Newstead military complex; late medieval religious boundaries in England and France.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781841712475
Publisher:
British Archaeological Reports
Publication date:
12/31/2001
Series:
bar s Series
Pages:
97

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