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From the Publisher'...most innovative book-length treatment...provides one of the best current examples of the value of the sort of landscape-focused syncretism of processual and postprocessual approaches. ...clearly and effectively written, the illustrations are excellent and the bibliography is particularly valuable for those wanting more on recent Scandinavian archaeology. ...I would urge all interested in state formation, chiefly societies, and the interaction of archaeology and history to read the whole book. This is an important work, required reading for area specialists, and a provocative model for researchers elsewhere.'
American Anthropologist, 104:4 (2002)