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Reconstructing Iron Age societies

Reconstructing Iron Age societies

new approaches to the British Iron Age

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Published by Oxbow Books in Oxford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Adam Gwilt and Colin Haselgrove.
SeriesOxbow monographs -- 71
ContributionsGwilt, Adam., Haselgrove, Colin.
The Physical Object
Pagination311p. :
Number of Pages311
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Open LibraryOL17077005M

For reconstructing or interpreting Iron Age societies, we thus have a nearly infinite range of possibilities, si nce they could have been organised like any soc iety attested in the ethnographic and. Iron Age I: The Origins of Ancient "Israel" Iron Age IA and B: The "Tribal" Period Iron Age IC: The Rise of Monarchy Iron Age II: The Period of the Monarchy The Babylonian and Persian Periods In Retrospect. Series Title: Library of ancient Israel.

Prehistoric Cumbria describes that part of north-west England, subsequently the county of Cumbria, prior to the coming of the clough puts the archaeological record of the county (as of ) at ' stone tools, metal objects and pots', plus the various monuments such as henges, stone circles, and the like. Buy Reconstructing Iron Age Societies: New approaches to the British Iron Age, Oxfam, Adam Gwilt; Colin Haselgrove, X,

European first millennium BC studies have witnessed an increasing theoretical divide between the approaches adopted in different countries. Whilst topics such as ethnicity, identity, and agency have dominated many British studies, such themes have had less resonance in continental approaches. At the same time, British and Iberian first millennium BC studies have become increasingly divorced. Hill, J. D. (). ‘The end of one kind of body and the beginning of another kind of body’? Toilet instruments and ‘Romanization’ in southern England during the first century AD. In Gwilt, A., and Haselgrove, C. (eds.), Reconstructing Iron Age Societies. New Approaches to the British Iron Age, Oxbow Monogra Oxford, pp. 96–


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She is a Chicago Reviews: 1. Books on Google Play Reconstructing Iron Age Societies: New Approaches to the British Iron Age Adam Gwilt, Colin Haselgrove, Elizabeth Slater, Anthony Sinclair, John Gowlett Oxbow Books. Buy Reconstructing Iron Age Societies: New approaches to the British Iron Age by Adam Gwilt, Colin Haselgrove (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Hardcover. The hefty, grey-green tome Reconstructing Iron Age Societies, edited by Adam Gwilt and Colin Haselgrove, publishes papers from the Iron Age research seminars at Cambridge (), Edinburgh () and Durham (). These seminars are often small.

Reconstructing Iron Age Societies New approaches to the British Iron Age Edited by Adam Gwilt and Colin Haselgrove /Oxbow Monograph 71 Contents Page Reconstructing Iron Age societies book of contributors vii 1.

Approaching the Iron Age Adam Gwilt and Colin Haselgrove 1 2. Iron, ironworking and regeneration: a study of the symbolic meaning of 9.

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x,x. Everyday life in Iron Age Wessex. Add to My Bookmarks Export citation. Type Chapter Author(s) A. Fitzpatrick Page start 73 Page end 86 Is part of Book Title Reconstructing Iron Age societies: new approaches to the British Iron Age Author(s) Adam Gwilt, Colin Haselgrove Date Publisher Oxbow Books Pub place Oxford Volume Oxbow monograph.

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Alternative Iron Ages examines Iron Age social formations that sit outside traditional paradigms, developing methods for archaeological characterisation of alternative models of society. In so doing it contributes to the debates concerning the construction and resistance of inequality taking place in archaeology, anthropology and sociology.

Why were brochs built. recent studies in the iron age of Atlantic Scotland. In: Gwilt, A. and Haselgrove, C. eds. Reconstructing Iron Age Societies: New Approaches to the British Iron Age. Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp.

Sharples, N. Nationalism or internationalism: the problematic Scottish experience. Fitzpatrick, A. () Everyday life in Iron Age Wessex, in A. Gwilt and C. Hazelgrove (eds.), Reconstructing Iron Age Societies: New Approaches to the British Iron.

The Iron Age was a period in human history that started between B.C. and B.C., depending on the region, and followed the Stone Age and Bronze Age. ‘Iron Age hoarding in Scotland and northern England’, in Reconstructing Iron Age Societies (eds Gwilt, A and Haselgrove, C), –33, Oxford Hunter, F ‘Copper alloy’, in Main, – Sharples, Niall MacPherson and Parker Pearson, Mike Why were brochs built.

recent studies in the iron age of Atlantic Scotland. In: Gwilt, Adam and Haselgrove, Colin eds. Reconstructing Iron Age Societies: New Approaches to the British Iron Age, Oxford: Oxbow Books, pp. Is part of Book Title Reconstructing Iron Age societies: new approaches to the British Iron Age Author(s) Adam Gwilt, Colin Haselgrove Date Publisher Oxbow Books Pub place Oxford Volume Oxbow monograph.

ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 30 cm. Contents: Approaching the Iron Age / Adam Gwilt and Colin Haselgrove --Iron, ironworking and regeneration / Richard Hingley --Studying Iron Age production / C.D.

DeRoche --Size and style: an alternative study of some Iron Age pottery in southern England /. 9 ‘Reconstructing Iron Age Society’ Revisited; Oxford Scholarship Online requires a subscription or purchase to access the full text of books within the service.

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Site Map Amgueddfa Cymru — National Museum Wales. Haselgrove (eds), Reconstructing Iron Age Societies: 87– Oxford: Oxbow Books, Monogr R. Ritual and the roundhouse: a critique of recent ideas on the use of domestic space in later British prehistory. In C. Haselgrove and R.

Pope (eds), The Earlier Iron Age in Britain and the Near Continent: – Middle Iron Age Warfare of the Hillfort Dominated Zone c.

BC to c. Oxford: Archaeopress Gwilt, A. & Haselgrove, C. Reconstructing Iron Age societies: new approaches to the British Iron Age. Oxford: Oxbow Books. Reconstructing Iron Age Societies. Oxford: Oxbow Scott, E.

Tales from a Romanist: a personal view of archaeology and “equal opportunities”. In Forcey, C., Hawthorne, J. & Witcher, R. (eds.) TRAC97 Proceedings of the Seventh Annual Theoretical Archaeology Conference Nottingham ‘Iron Age hoarding in Scotland and northern England’, in A.

Gwilt & C. Haselgrove (ed), Reconstructing Iron Age Societies, Oxford Oxford For further publications see: National Museums Scotland Research Repository. Tracking down Iron Age religion is far from easy. Pre-Roman Britain was essentially non-literate, meaning that any evidence for Iron Age Britons’ beliefs concerning the divine world is inevitably shadowy, ambiguous, and – perhaps – more subjective than for Roman Britain.