The World-view of Prehistoric Man: Papers Presented at a Symposium in Lund, 5-7 May, 1997, Arranged by the Royal Academy of Letters, History, and Antiquities Along with the Foundation Natur Och Kultur, Publishers

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Lars Larsson, Berta Stjernquist
Almqvist & Wiksell, Jan 1, 1998 - Social Science - 274 pages
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From the contents: The politics of scale and the experience of distance: the Bronze Age world system. - Changing world-view of prehistoric populations. - Otherness in prehistoric times. - The biological basis of social behaviour. - Opposition, hierarchy and gender in Aboriginal South America: linguistic and architectural homologies. - The Scandinavians' view of Europe in the Migration period. - Stones and mentality: a Megalithic tomb in Vale de Rodrigo, Southern Portugal. - The basic perception of religious activities at cult-sites such as springs, lakes and rivers. - Vingen revisited: a gender perspective on Hunters' rock art.

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Lars Larsson and Berta Stjernquist To Gad Rausing
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Ezra B W Zubrow and Michael Frachetti Changing WorldView
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Evzen Neustupny Otherness in Prehistoric Times
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