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Rooted in Movement

Aspects of Mobility in Bronze Age Europe

En del af serien Jysk Arkæologisk Selskabs Skrifter (83) og fagområdet


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118 sider ill.
Hardback
ISBN 978 87 88415 88 9

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The result of the synergy between four doctoral projects and an advanced MA-level course on Bronze Age Europe, this integrated assemblage of articles represents a variety of different subjects united by a single theme: movement. Ranging from theoretical discussion of the various responses to the reactions from the circulation of people, objects and ideas to the transmission of the spiral and the 'trade' in crafting expertise, this volume takes a fresh look at old questions.

Each article within this monograph represents a different approach to mobility framed within a highly mobile and dynamic period of European prehistory. In so doing, the text not only addresses transmission and reception, but also the conceptualization of mobility within a world which was literally Rooted in Movement.

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A Choreography of Place. Globalisation and Identity in the Bronze Age

The Social Identity of the Oak-Coffin People

Are Valued Craftsmen as Important as Prestige Goods. Ideas about Itinerant Craftmanship in the Nordic Bronze Age

Materiality and Mobility in the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Southern Scandinavia

The Transmission of Spiral Ornamentation through Bronze Age Europe

The Fårdrup-type Shaft-hole Axes. Material Hybridity in Bronze Age Europe c. 1600 BC

World in Motion. An Examination of the Skallerup Wheeled Cauldron and Conceptualisations of Mobility

The Cosmological Significance of Ships

The Meaning of Hands. A Semiotic Approach to the Interpretation of Hand Stones

 

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