Identifying domestic space in the Neolithic Eastern Mediterranean: method and theory in spatial studies

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Archaeopress, 2006 - Social Science - 280 pages
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This work examines spatial variability within and between structures in the Neolithic Eastern Mediterranean and goes on to explore a number of equally significant theoretical issues that play an important role in the understanding of the particular topic. These were matters related to the way spatial information is approached by archaeology and the degree to which the archaeological record is sufficient to provide information about activity areas and changes in the use of domestic space. The work therefore sets information about structures and their furnishing in a wider methodological and theoretical context. Included are extensive analyses tables of data on sites and finds.

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Domestic space in the Neolithic Eastern Mediterranean towards a synthetic approach
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