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The Resource Europe before Rome : a site-by-site tour of the stone, bronze, and iron ages, T. Douglas Price

Europe before Rome : a site-by-site tour of the stone, bronze, and iron ages, T. Douglas Price

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Europe before Rome : a site-by-site tour of the stone, bronze, and iron ages
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Europe before Rome
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a site-by-site tour of the stone, bronze, and iron ages
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T. Douglas Price
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eng
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10151723
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Price, T. Douglas
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936
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  • illustrations
  • maps
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index present
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GN803
LC item number
.P757 2013
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non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Antiquities, Prehistoric
  • Europe
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adult
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a site-by-site tour of the stone, bronze, and iron ages
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Europe before Rome : a site-by-site tour of the stone, bronze, and iron ages, T. Douglas Price
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Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 347-385) and index
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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Contents
Frameworks for Europe's past. Geography and environment ; Geology ; Past climate ; Raw materials ; Time and chronology ; A very short history of European archaeology -- The first Europeans. Early Europeans ; Atapuerca, Spain, 1.3 million years ago ; Boxgrove, England, 500,000 years ago ; Schöningen, Germany, 400,000 years ago ; Neanderthals ; Krapina, Serbia, 130,000 years ago ; Salzgitter-Lebenstedt, Germany, 55,000 years ago ; El Sidrón, Spain, 43,000 years ago ; Grotte du Renne, France, 40,000 years ago ; Vindija Cave, Croatia, 34,000 years ago ; Ancient DNA ; Neanderthal diet ; Some reflections -- The creative explosion. Origin and spread of modern humans ; The Upper Paleolithic ; Pstera cu Oase, Romania, 40,000 years ago ; Grotte Chauvet, France, 32,000 years ago ; Grande Grotte, Arcy-sur-Cure, France, 32,000 years ago ; Dolní Věstonice, Czech Republic 27,500 years ago ; Grotte de la Vache, France, 14,000 years ago ; Gönnersdorf, Germany, 11,500 years ago ; Pincevent, France, 12,000 years ago ; Doggerland, North Sea, 11,000 BC ; The last hunters ; Franchthi Cave, Greece, 9000 BC ; Mount Sandel, Ireland, 7000 BC ; Moita do Sebastião, Portugal, 6000 BC ; Polderweg, Netherlands 5500 BC ; Tybrind Vig, Denmark, 5000 BC ; Vedbæk, Denmark, 5000 BC ; Rock art : Vingen, Norway, 5000 BC ; Some reflections -- The first farmers. The origins and spread of agriculture ; Neolithic Cyprus ; Shillourokambos, Cyprus, 8200 BC ; Asprokremnos, Cyprus, 8800 BC ; Nea Nikomedeia, Greece, 6200 BC ; Lepenski Vir, Serbia, 6200 BC ; Vinča, Serbia, 5500 BC ; Rudna Glava, Serbia, 5000 BC ; Varna, Bulgaria, 4500 BC ; Passo di Corvo, Italy, 6000 BC ; Linearbandkeramik ; Vaihingen, Germany, 5300 BC ; Polished flint axes ; Spiennes, Belgium, 4400 BC ; La Draga, Spain, 5000 BC ; Arbon-Bleiche 3, Switzerland, 3384 BC ; Ötzi, Italy, 3300 BC ; The megaliths of Western Europe ; Skara Brae, Orkney Islands, 3200 BC ; Stonehenge, England 3100 BC ; Newgrange, Ireland, 3100 BC ; Los Millares, Spain, 3200 BC ; Hal Saflieni, Malta, 3600 BC ; Rock art : Barranco de la Valtort, Spain 5500 BC ; Some reflections -- Bronze Age warriors. The rise of metals ; The Bronze Age in the Aegean ; Knossos, Crete, Greece, 3000 BC ; Akrotiri, Santorini, Greece, 1626 BC ; Mykene, Greece, 1600 BC ; Uluburun, Turkey, 1300 BC ; The Bronze Age north of the Alps ; Bell beaker ; The Indo-Europeans ; Amesbury Archer, England 2470 BC ; Poggiomarino, Italy, 1600 BC ; Croce del Papa, Italy, 2150 BC ; Nebra, Germany, 1600 BC ; Bronze Age finds ; Su Nuraxi di Barumini, Sardinia, Italy, 1800 BC ; Borum Eshøj, Denmark, 1350 BC ; Bredarör, Sweden, 1000 BC ; Salcombe, England, 1000 BC ; Flag Fen, England, 1350 BC ; Rock art : Tanum, Sweden, 1500 BC ; Some reflections -- Centers of power, weapons of iron. At the edge of history ; The Celts ; The Germans ; The Scythians ; Making iron ; Biskupin, Poland, 738 BC ; The Etruscans ; Necropoli della Banditaccia, Italy, 650 BC ; Hallstatt, Austria, 800 BC ; Hochdorf, Germany, 530 BC ; Vix, France, 4880 BC ; Danebury, England 550 BC ; Grauballe, Denmark, 300 BC ; Manching, Germany, 300 BC ; Maiden Castle, England, 43 BC ; Gournay-sur-Aronde, Ribemont-sur-Ancre, France, 260 BC ; Celtic religion ; Some reflections -- Past and present : lessons from prehistoric Europe. Europe before Rome ; Significance ; Relevance ; Preservation ; Appreciation
Control code
19913663
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xv, 408 pages
Isbn
9780199914708
Lccn
2011044145
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (mostly color), color maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn761537837
  • (OCoLC)761537837
Label
Europe before Rome : a site-by-site tour of the stone, bronze, and iron ages, T. Douglas Price
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 347-385) and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Frameworks for Europe's past. Geography and environment ; Geology ; Past climate ; Raw materials ; Time and chronology ; A very short history of European archaeology -- The first Europeans. Early Europeans ; Atapuerca, Spain, 1.3 million years ago ; Boxgrove, England, 500,000 years ago ; Schöningen, Germany, 400,000 years ago ; Neanderthals ; Krapina, Serbia, 130,000 years ago ; Salzgitter-Lebenstedt, Germany, 55,000 years ago ; El Sidrón, Spain, 43,000 years ago ; Grotte du Renne, France, 40,000 years ago ; Vindija Cave, Croatia, 34,000 years ago ; Ancient DNA ; Neanderthal diet ; Some reflections -- The creative explosion. Origin and spread of modern humans ; The Upper Paleolithic ; Pstera cu Oase, Romania, 40,000 years ago ; Grotte Chauvet, France, 32,000 years ago ; Grande Grotte, Arcy-sur-Cure, France, 32,000 years ago ; Dolní Věstonice, Czech Republic 27,500 years ago ; Grotte de la Vache, France, 14,000 years ago ; Gönnersdorf, Germany, 11,500 years ago ; Pincevent, France, 12,000 years ago ; Doggerland, North Sea, 11,000 BC ; The last hunters ; Franchthi Cave, Greece, 9000 BC ; Mount Sandel, Ireland, 7000 BC ; Moita do Sebastião, Portugal, 6000 BC ; Polderweg, Netherlands 5500 BC ; Tybrind Vig, Denmark, 5000 BC ; Vedbæk, Denmark, 5000 BC ; Rock art : Vingen, Norway, 5000 BC ; Some reflections -- The first farmers. The origins and spread of agriculture ; Neolithic Cyprus ; Shillourokambos, Cyprus, 8200 BC ; Asprokremnos, Cyprus, 8800 BC ; Nea Nikomedeia, Greece, 6200 BC ; Lepenski Vir, Serbia, 6200 BC ; Vinča, Serbia, 5500 BC ; Rudna Glava, Serbia, 5000 BC ; Varna, Bulgaria, 4500 BC ; Passo di Corvo, Italy, 6000 BC ; Linearbandkeramik ; Vaihingen, Germany, 5300 BC ; Polished flint axes ; Spiennes, Belgium, 4400 BC ; La Draga, Spain, 5000 BC ; Arbon-Bleiche 3, Switzerland, 3384 BC ; Ötzi, Italy, 3300 BC ; The megaliths of Western Europe ; Skara Brae, Orkney Islands, 3200 BC ; Stonehenge, England 3100 BC ; Newgrange, Ireland, 3100 BC ; Los Millares, Spain, 3200 BC ; Hal Saflieni, Malta, 3600 BC ; Rock art : Barranco de la Valtort, Spain 5500 BC ; Some reflections -- Bronze Age warriors. The rise of metals ; The Bronze Age in the Aegean ; Knossos, Crete, Greece, 3000 BC ; Akrotiri, Santorini, Greece, 1626 BC ; Mykene, Greece, 1600 BC ; Uluburun, Turkey, 1300 BC ; The Bronze Age north of the Alps ; Bell beaker ; The Indo-Europeans ; Amesbury Archer, England 2470 BC ; Poggiomarino, Italy, 1600 BC ; Croce del Papa, Italy, 2150 BC ; Nebra, Germany, 1600 BC ; Bronze Age finds ; Su Nuraxi di Barumini, Sardinia, Italy, 1800 BC ; Borum Eshøj, Denmark, 1350 BC ; Bredarör, Sweden, 1000 BC ; Salcombe, England, 1000 BC ; Flag Fen, England, 1350 BC ; Rock art : Tanum, Sweden, 1500 BC ; Some reflections -- Centers of power, weapons of iron. At the edge of history ; The Celts ; The Germans ; The Scythians ; Making iron ; Biskupin, Poland, 738 BC ; The Etruscans ; Necropoli della Banditaccia, Italy, 650 BC ; Hallstatt, Austria, 800 BC ; Hochdorf, Germany, 530 BC ; Vix, France, 4880 BC ; Danebury, England 550 BC ; Grauballe, Denmark, 300 BC ; Manching, Germany, 300 BC ; Maiden Castle, England, 43 BC ; Gournay-sur-Aronde, Ribemont-sur-Ancre, France, 260 BC ; Celtic religion ; Some reflections -- Past and present : lessons from prehistoric Europe. Europe before Rome ; Significance ; Relevance ; Preservation ; Appreciation
Control code
19913663
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xv, 408 pages
Isbn
9780199914708
Lccn
2011044145
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations (mostly color), color maps
System control number
  • (OCoLC)ocn761537837
  • (OCoLC)761537837

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