The majority of the contributions to the current volume were presented as papers at the session 'Migration in Bronze and Early Iron Age Europe' during 14th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archeologists in La Valetta, Malta, in September 2008. It is worthwhile mentioning that all the participants of the session have delivered their contributions for publication. Additionally, a few further articles have been included [...] to make the volume more comprehensive. Introductory paper [...] serves the same purpose.
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Table of ContentsFrom the editors Karol Dziegielewski, Marcin S. Przybyla and Anna Gawlik Reconsidering Migration in Bronze and Early Iron Age Europe: Bridging a Gap in European Mobility? Jan Bouzek Migrations: Their Character and Interpretative Possibilities Concerning the Bronze Age Slawomir Kadrow Examples of Migration in the Early Phases of the Metal Ages from a Contemporary Sociological Perspective Salvatore Vitale and Teresa Hancock Vitale The Minoan and Mycenaean Expansion in the Dodecanese The Evidence from the "Serraglio" on Kos and Its Theoretical Implications Marcin S. Przybyla Pottery Analyses as the Basis for Studying Migrations The Case of Danubian Pottery Groups from the End of 2nd Millennium BC Jacek Gorski Migration and Cultural Change. Western Lesser Poland in 1300-1200 BC Carola Metzner-Nebelsick Aspects of Mobility and Migration in the Eastern Carpathian Basin and Adjacent Areas in the Early Iron Age (10th-7th centuries BC) Anna Gawlik Interpretation of Cultural Transformations in the Early Iron Age hi South-Eastern Poland and Western Ukraine Karol Dziegielewski Expansion of the Pomeranian Culture in Poland During the Early Iron Age: Remarks on the Mechanism and Possible Causes Beata Stepahczak and Krzysztof Szostek Stable Isotopes as a Fingerprint of Human Behaviour - Analysis of Human Archaeological Cremains: Problems and Perspectives List of Contributors