Papers from the EAA Third Annual Meeting at Ravenna 1997: Pre- and protohistory

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Archaeopress, 1998 - Social Science - 308 pages
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In this, the first of four volumes from the meeting, sixty-nine authors from Europe and the USA debate under three headings: The visibility of nomads and herders across the archaeological record'; The rise and decline of complex in Mediterranean Europe during the Middle and Late Bronze Age' and Archaeology and ethnicity'.

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Mark Pearce is a freelance consultant and developer specializing in the design and construction of investment banking IT systems. He specializes in software quality processes and has consulted for many blue-chip clients including Citigroup, Nomura, Barclays Capital, Lehmans, Enron, British Petroleum, and Citibank. His other major areas of interest include database design, middleware messaging, and distributed applications. In a previous life, Mark was a professional chess player who paid for his chess-playing bug with near-starvation. His current hobbies of snowmobiling and mountain running are less energetic and much more fun.