The Archaeology of Household [Paperback]

Gabriella Kovacs(Editor); Ivan Briz i. Godino(Editor); B. Berzsenyi(Editor)

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ISBN: 9781789252125 | Published by: Oxbow Books | Year of Publication: 2019 | Language: English 248p, 125 b/w + col illus.
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The Archaeology of Household

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From the simplest hunter-gatherer society to the most powerful Empire, all societies are built on basic daily life, developed day to day with its specific material conditions. Household archaeology looks at the detail of the living domain, exploring the most essential elements of any social dynamic, the archaeology of the small scale. The Archaeology of Household looks at this important aspect of archaeological investigation in a variety of different ways using a range of theoretical and methodological perspectives, deep thinking about the mathematical nature of household space, and how societies world view was reflected in domestic space. Case studies include hunter-gatherer societies in America, Neolithic and Bronze Age lakeside settlements in Switzerland and the Alpine region, Bronze Age sites in Hungary and northern Europe and Archaic period Sicily.

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