The use of living space in prehistory: papers from a session held at the European Association of Archaeologists Sixth Annual Meeting in Lisbon 2000

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Archaeopress, 2004 - History - 154 pages
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These sixteen papers, which are taken from a session at the EAA meeting held in Lisbon in 2000, present different approaches to the question of livig space in prehistory. Living Space' is defined here as the territory where a group lived and foraged, which they conceived as a defined area which was vital for their survival. The case studies largely come from the Ukraine, Black Sea and the Crimea, with contributors focusing on different aspects or ways of approaching the subject such as through geography, raw material procurement, burials, subsistence systems and the use of the natural environment, or spatially and chronologically defined cultural traditions.

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