Neolithic Society in Greece

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Paul Halstead
A&C Black, Jan 1, 2000 - Social Science - 163 pages
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Understanding of early farming societies in Greece has been revolutionized by major field projects, by the growing application of specialist 'scientific' studies, and by new approaches to interpretation. This volume reviews the most significant recent field research, ranging from regional survey, through large-scale excavation of an extensive open settlement, to the investigation of caves. Contributors critically evaluate or revise current ideas on the nature of these early societies at a range of scales from the individual to the region.
 

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Abbreviations
7
CATHERINE PERLES
42
KEITH BRANIGAN
57
PAUL HALSTEAD
77
CATHERINE PERLES AND KAREN D VITELLI
96
KATERINA SKOURTOPOULOU
121
SOULTANA M VALAMOTI
136
KONSTANTINOS L ZACHOS
153
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Paul Halstead is Senior Lecturer in Archaeology and Prehistory in the University of Sheffield and has written extensively on the Greek Neolithic.

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