This ebook deals a finished creation to the archaeology of Mediterranean prehistory and a necessary connection with the newest study and fieldwork.
- Only publication to be had to provide normal assurance of Mediterranean prehistory
- Written by means of 14 of the top archaeologists within the field
- Spans the Neolithic during the Iron Age, and attracts from all of the significant areas of the Mediterranean's coast and islands
- Presents the imperative debates in Mediterranean prehistory---trade and interplay, rural economies, ritual, social constitution, gender, monumentality, insularity, archaeometallurgy and the metals exchange, stone applied sciences, payment, and maritime traffic---as good as modern legacies of the region's prehistoric past
- Structure of textual content is pedagogically driven
- Engages different theoretical methods so scholars will see some great benefits of multivocality
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