of European Archaeology (JEA), 2 (1994)
Dating the 'Copper Age' in the Italian peninsula and adjacent islands.
John Robb: Gender
contradictions, moral coalitions, and inequality in prehistoric Italy.
Priego: The bartered bride. Goldwork, inheritance, and agriculture
in the late prehistory of the Iberian peninsula.
Heiko Steuer: The
hierarchy of Alamannic settlements in the former
limes region of
south-western Germany to AD 500.
Ross Samson: Populous
Dark-Age towns: the Finleyesque approach.
Lotte Hedeager: Warrior
economy and trading economy in Viking-Age Scandinavia.
Notes for intending contributors
Colin Renfrew: The
identity of Europe in prehistoric archaeology.
Why do we need a European Association of Archaeologists?
Renata Grifoni Cremonesi:
Observations on the problems related to certain cult phenomena during the
Neolithic in the Italian peninsula.
Robin Skeates: Ritual,
context and gender in Neolithic south-eastern Italy.
Douglass W. Bailey:
The representation of gender: homology or propaganda.
Social structures and social evolution among early-Bronze-Age communities
in south-eastern Poland.
The power of case studies. Interpretation of a late-Bronze-Age settlement
in central Sweden.
Patterns of organisation and funerary customs in the cemetery of Pontecagnano
(Salerno) during the Orientalising period.
Slavomil Vencl: The
archaeology of thirst.
Alex Woolf and Roy Eldridge:
Sharing a drink with Marcel Mauss: the uses and abuses of alcohol in early
Ross Samson: The
end of Alammanic princely forts and the supposed Merovingian hegemony.
and politics: Saami prehistory and history in central Scandinavia.
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