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Investigating Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherer Identities: Case Studies from Palaeolithic and Mesolithic EuropeH.L. Cobb, F. Coward, L. Grimshaw and S. Price 2005 © BAR Publishing
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This volume stems from sessions at the 2004 Theoretical Archaeology Conference at Glasgow University, entitled "Hunter-Gatherers in Early Prehistory" and "Hunting for Meaning: Interpretive Approaches to the Mesolithic". The sessions came about as a response to a continuing lack of appreciation of new developments in theoretical approaches to the archaeology of prehistoric hunter-gatherers both in the Pleistocene and Holocene.
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- Landscape Archaeology
- History of Archaeology
- Identity / Gender / Childhood / Ethnicity / Romanization
- Western Europe and Britain
- Palaeolithic / Mesolithic
- Central and Eastern Europe
- Hunter-Gatherers / Hunting
- Craft working (general titles, bone, glass, textiles, etc.)
- British Isles
- Architecture / Domestic and Urban Buildings and Space / Urbanism
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