H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout in black & white
Published Apr 2016
Proceedings of two sessions from the XVII UISPP World Congress, 2014: A3c The Emergence of warrior societies and its economic, social and environmental consequences and A16a Aegean – Mediterranean imports and influences in the graves from continental Europe – Bronze and Iron Ages.
Foreword to the XVII UISPP Congress Proceedings Series Edition (Luiz Oosterbeek); Introduction – 1. The Emergence of warrior societies and its economic, social and environmental consequences (Fernando Coimbra and Davide Delfino); Introduction – 2. Aegean – Mediterranean imports and influences in the graves from continental Europe – Bronze and Iron Ages (Valeriu Sîrbu and Cristian Schuster); 1. The Emergence of warrior societies and its economic, social and environmental consequences: Walled enclosures in Western Europe as marks of conflict in Late Prehistory. A psychological, anthropological and archaeological approach (Davide Delfino); Symbols for protection in war among European societies (1000 BC – 1000 AD) (Fernando Coimbra); The emergence of war in human societies (Gabriele L. F. Berruti and Stefano Ruzza); The Bronze Age battlefield in the Tollense Valley, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Northeast Germany – Combat marks on human bones as evidence of early warrior societies in northern Middle Europe? (Ute Brinker, Annemarie Schramm, Detlef Jantzen, Jurgen Piek, Karlheinz Hauenstein and Jorg Orschiedt); The Late Bronze Age two-piece cuirasses of the Danube region in the Carpathian Basin (Katalin Jankovits); Warfare in Valcamonica rock art, new emerging data from Paspardo area (Dario Sigari); Model of metalwork and scrap’s bronze circulation during Late Bronze Age in the Middle Tagus (Davide Delfino); Settlements and Houses in Galicia in the Middle and Late Bronze Age (M. Pilar Prieto-Martínez and Mikel Díaz-Rodríguez); From the regional to the extra-regional: Wide Horizontal Rim vessels and stamping in the second half of the second millennium BC in the NW Iberian Peninsula (Laure Nonat, M. Pilar Prieto-Martínez and Pablo Vázquez); 2. Aegean – Mediterranean imports and influences in the graves from continental Europe – Bronze and Iron Ages: About the connections during the Bronze Age between the Carpatho-Danubian area and the Eastern Mediterranean space. Possible funerary proves (Cristian Schuster); Middle Tagus Region and the Autochthonous evidences in Late Bronze Age I (Central Portugal) (Ana Cruz); Southern and Pontic Amphorae Found in Several Getae Necropolises in the Lower Danube Area (5th-3th c. BC) (Valeriu Sîrbu and Sebastian Matei); The Southern Group of Tumuli of the Eastern Necropolis in the Sboryanovo reserve. Greek Amphorae and a Getic Royal burial (Diana Gergova); Early-Hellenistic barrel-vaulted tombs from Kallatis (Maria-Magdalena Ștefan and Valeriu Sîrbu)