Celtic from the West 3: Atlantic Europe in the Metal Ages - questions of shared language

Celtic from the West 3: Atlantic Europe in the Metal Ages - questions of shared language


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ISBN-13: 9781785702273
Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited
Publication date: 09/30/2016
Pages: 480
Product dimensions: 7.40(w) x 9.70(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction: John Koch & Barry Cunliffe
Part I: Archaeology
1. Laure Salanova: Behind the Warriors: Bell Beakers and identities in Atlantic Europe (3rd millennium BC)
2. Stuart Needham: The Lost Cultures of the Halberd Bearers: a non-Beaker ideology in later third millennium Atlantic Europe 3. Catriona Gibson: Closed for Business or Cultural Change? Tracing the re-use and final blocking of megalithic tombs during the Beaker period
4. Simon Timberlake: Copper mining, prospection and the Beaker phenomenon in Wales — the significance of the Banc Tynddol gold disc
5. Kerri Cleary: Burial practices in Ireland during the late third millennium BC—connecting new ideologies with local expressions.
6. Dirk Brandherm: Stelae, funerary practice, and group identities in the Bronze and Iron Ages of SW Iberia: a moyenne durée perspective
7. William O’Brien: Language Shift and Political Context in Late Bronze Age Ireland: some implications of hillfort chronology
8. Peter Bray: Metal, Metalwork, and Specialisation: the chemical composition of British Bronze Age swords in context
9. Raimund Karl: Emerging Settlement Monumentality in North Wales during the Late Bronze and Iron Age: the case of Meillionydd
10. Adam Gwilt, Mark Lodwick, Jody Deacon, Nicholas Wells, Richard Madgwick, and Tim Young: Ephemeral Abundance at Llanmaes: Exploring the residues and resonances of an Earliest Iron Age midden and its associated archaeological context in the Vale of Glamorgan
Part II: Genetics
11. Bruce J. Winney and Walter F. Bodmer: The Genetic Structure of the British Populations and their Surnames
12. Maria Pala, Pedro Soares, and Martin B. Richards: Archaeogenetic and palaeogenetic evidence for Metal Age mobility in Europe
Part III: Linguistics
13. J. P. Mallory: Archaeology and Language Shift in Atlantic Europe
14. Steve Hewitt: The Question of a Hamito-Semitic Substratum in Insular Celtic and Celtic from the West
15. John T. Koch: Phoenicians in the West and the Break-up of the Atlantic Bronze Age and Proto-Celtic
16. Fernando Fernández Palacios: Ancient Personal Names in the Iberian Peninsula and Parallels in Celtic Inscribed Artefacts from Early Medieval Britain and Ireland
17. Peter Schrijver: Sound Change, the Italo-Celtic Linguistic Unity, and the Italian Homeland of Celtic
18. Theo Vennemann: Celtic as Vasconized Indo-European? Three structural arguments
General Index

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