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
Lars Larsson, Berta Stjernquist
Almqvist & Wiksell, Jan 1, 1998 - Social Science - 274 pages
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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Alamannia Aland islands altruism analysis ancient animals archaeology artefacts behaviour bi-nodal bones bracteates Bronze Age burial cairn cemetery central century chamber Clava communities context cross-shaped brooches cult demographic distribution early close contact Ecology ethnology Europe eusocial example excavation female fertility finds gender genetic Germanic gold-foil crosses Homo erectus imprinting through early infanticide Iron Age kin discrimination kin recognition kin selection kinship Knaut located Lund male mammals material culture megalithic tombs Merovingian midwinter sunset Migration Period model of migration monuments motifs Museum mutilated Neolithic node Nordic offspring orthostats passage grave patterns perspective political population pull model region relations Renfrew reproduction ritual rock art Roekillorna Roman Roman Iron Age Scandinavian settlement sexual Simulation social society spatial spring Stjernquist Stockholm stones structure studies symbolic symposium tion Vale de Rodrigo view of prehistoric Viking Viking Age villages Vingen world-view of prehistoric