List of Figures and Tables.
Notes on Contributors.
Introduction: Andrew Jones.
1. Frameworks for the Analysis of European Prehistory.
(a) Hunter-Gatherers to Farmers?: Mark Pluciennik.
(b) The Celts as ‘Grand Narrative’: John Collis.
2. Landscape and Place.
(a) From Monuments in Landscape to Landscapes in Monuments: Monuments, Death and Landscape in Early Bronze Age Scandinavia: Joakim Goldhahn.
(b) Everything in its Right Place? On Selective Deposition, Landscape and the Construction of Identity in Later Prehistory: David Fontijn.
3. The Living House – Architecture, the Everyday and the Human Lifecycle.
(a) First Households and ‘House Societies’ in European Prehistory: Dušan Borić.
(b) Domestic Times: Houses and Temporalities in Late Prehistoric Europe: Fokke Gerritsen.
4. Materiality, Technology and Transformation – The Emergence of Novel Technologies.
(a) The Emergence of Pottery: Dragos Gheorghiu.
(b) The Emergence of Metalworking: Barbara Ottaway and Ben Roberts.
5. Death, Remembrance and the Past.
(a) Engaging Memories of European Prehistory: Katina T. Lillios.
(b) The Past in Later Prehistory: Bryan Hanks.
6. Identity, Community, the Body and the Person.
(a) Neolithic Bodies: Alasdair Whittle and Daniela Hoffman.
(b) Bodies and Identities in the Scandinavian Late Iron Age: Ing-Marie Back Danielsson.
7. Interaction, Trade and Exchange.
(a) Approaches to Trade and Exchange in Earlier Prehistory (Late Mesolithic–Early Bronze Age): John Chapman.
(b) Trade and Exchange in Later Prehistory: Peter Wells.