H 290 x W 205 mm
Illustrated throughout with 21 plates in colour
Published Jul 2017
This book invites archaeologists to approach the significant process of recycling within the archaeological record at two different levels: of artefacts and of landscape.
The Never Ending Journey: Cycling and Recycling Seen through a Critical Assessment of the Taphonomic Process (Roberta Robin Dods); Sustainability, Health, and Society: Prehistoric Artefacts as Sustainable Materials (Lolita Nikolova); Recycling Power and Place: The Many Lives of Traprain Law, SE Scotland (Ian Armit, Andrew Dunwell, Fraser Hunter); Tells as Recycled Places. Experimenting the Chalcolithic Ritual Technologies of Construction and Deconstruction (Dragoş Gheorghiu); Copper and Bronzes: The Birth of Complete Recycling in The Bronze Age (Davide Delfino); Rock Art Recycled? On the Use of Bronze Age Rock Art Sites during the Iron Age in Southern Scandinavia (Per Nilsson); Recycled Memories: The Past and Present in Early Iron Age Landscapes of Southern Germany (Matthew L. Murray); Ancestral Places: The Creation and Recycling of Monumental Landscapes in South-Eastern Slovenia in The 1st Millennium BC and the 1st Millennium AD (Phil Mason); Recycling Pots, Places and Practices: The Roman Cemetery at Podlipoglav (Bernarda Županek and Irena Sivec); Secondary Use of Storage Vessels and Household Pottery During the Late Middle Ages: Pottery in Vaults as a Case Study (Marta Caroscio); The Reuse of Materials during the Medieval and Post-Medieval Periods: A Case Study of Recycling Building Materials in Rothwell, near Leeds, England (George Nash)