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Embodying Value? The Transformation of Objects in and from the Ancient WorldAnnabel Bokern and Clare Rowan 2014 © BAR Publishing
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This bilingual volume presents a series of case studies exploring the ways in which different objects from the ancient world changed in both meaning and value over time. The contributions range in focus from the Neolithic until the medieval period, and interpret the material from a theoretical, interdisciplinary perspective. The case studies examine how objects represent, embody and affect particular values, illuminating the relationship between humans, societies and objects, as well as the role of the material in everyday life.
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