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SESSION REPORTS
 
Bringing down the Iron Curtain. Paradigmatic changes in research on the Bronze Age in
Central and Eastern Europe
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by Laura Dietrich, Oliver Dietrich, Anthony Harding, Viktória Kiss and Klára Šabatová)
Who lived in longhouses? New directions for Neolithic household studies (by Penny Bickle
and Lech Czerniak)
Textiles in a social context. Textile production in Europe and the Mediterranean in the 4th
and 3rd millennia BCE
(by Małgorzata Siennicka, Agata Ulanowska and Lorenz Rahmstorf)
"A crystal formed of necessity" - Gifts, goods and money: The role of exchange in
processes of social transformation
(by Daniela Hofmann and Nick Wells)
Interpreting the change - Adoption of stone and brick in urban settings (by Andrea
Arrighetti, Paulo Charruadas and Liisa Seppänen)
Who is on board? Maritime perspectives on the prehistoric Aegean (by Çiler Çilingiroğlu,
Marina Milić and Barry Molloy)
Spread of ideas, things and people. Cross-cultural contacts in the Baltic Sea area (by Marta Chmiel and Michał Adamczyk)
Archaeologists in dire straits. Stories from the front lines (by Stelios Lekakis and Nota
Pantzou)
Archaeology across past and present borders: Fragmentation, transformation and
connectivity in the North Aegean and the Balkans during the Late Bronze and Early Iron
Age
(by Stefanos Gimatzidis, Magda Pieniążek and Sıla Votruba)
Chasing Death Ways. New methods, techniques and practices in documenting and
interpreting the funerary record
(by Rita Peyroteo-Stjerna and Mari Tőrv)
Neolithic collective burials in Europe in the later 4th millennium BC (by Eleonore Pape,
Arnaud Blin and Ann-Sophie Marçais)
On the future reality of the past. Material, immaterial and virtual heritage in the 21st century (by Dragos Gheorghiou, Styliani Kaltsogianni, Suzie Thomas and Luiz Oosterbeeck)
Round Table: Along the northern Mesopotamian frontier. The upper Tigris region and its surrounding regions during the Early Bronze Age (3100–2000 BCE) (by A. Tuba Ökse and Nicola Laneri)
 
REPORTS
German-Israeli research on the Crusader town of Arsuf and its former lordship (by Hauke
Kenzler and Annette Zeischka-Kenzler)
A report on the status of the funding cuts for archaeology, the preservation of historic
buildings and monuments, and on the new Heritage Protection Act in North-Rhine Westphalia,Germany
(by Frank Siegmund and Diane Scherzler)
 
 

 

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