Pots, Farmers and Foragers: How Pottery Traditions Shed a Light on Social Interaction in the Earliest Neolithic of the Lower Rhine Area Bart Vanmontfort

ISBN: 9789087280864

Published: February 15th 2011

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196 pages


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Pots, Farmers and Foragers: How Pottery Traditions Shed a Light on Social Interaction in the Earliest Neolithic of the Lower Rhine Area  by  Bart Vanmontfort

Pots, Farmers and Foragers: How Pottery Traditions Shed a Light on Social Interaction in the Earliest Neolithic of the Lower Rhine Area by Bart Vanmontfort
February 15th 2011 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 196 pages | ISBN: 9789087280864 | 5.70 Mb

In Pots, Farmers and Foragers, the contributing 24 European scholars show a new synthesis of the complex interaction of the communities of the western part of the North European Plain during the early Neolithic period. In the study of the earliestMoreIn Pots, Farmers and Foragers, the contributing 24 European scholars show a new synthesis of the complex interaction of the communities of the western part of the North European Plain during the early Neolithic period. In the study of the earliest Neolithic stage, pottery plays a key role. The most advanced north-western settlements in the expansion of the central European Linear Pottery culture during the second half of the sixth millennium B.C.

is found in the Lower Rhine Area. At the same time this is the northernmost extension of the synchronic and enigmatic pottery groups La Hoguette and Limburg. This volume convincingly states that pottery and its associated habits were among the first of the many new societal aspects to be adopted by neighboring foraging communities.



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