Yazar: Perlès, Catherine
Yayınevi: Cambridge University Press
ISBN / ISSN: 9780521801812
Basım yılı ve yeri: 2001 / Cambridge
(Sahaf / Durumu: Yeni)
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Farmers made a sudden and dramatic appearance in Greece around 7000 BC, bringing with them new ceramics and crafts, and establishing settled villages. They were Europe's first farmers, and their settlements provide the link between the first agricultural communities in the Near East and the subsequent spread of the new technologies to the Balkans and on to Western Europe. Catherine Perlès argues that the stimulus for the spread of agriculture to Europe was a colonisation movement involving small groups of maritime peoples. Drawing evidence from a wide range of archaeological sources, including often neglected 'small finds', and introducing daring new perspectives on funerary rituals and the distribution of figurines, she constructs a complex and subtle picture of early Neolithic societies, overturning the traditional view that these societies were simple and self-sufficient.
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Table of Contents
1. The land and its resources: the geographic context
2. The Mesolithic background
3. The introduction of farming: local processes, diffusion or colonization?
4. Foreign colonists: where from? 5. The earliest Neolithic deposits: 'aceramic', 'pre-pottery' or 'ceramic'?
6. The spread of the Early Neolithic in Greece: chronological and geographical aspects
7. A case study in Early Neolithic settlement patterns: Eastern Thessaly
8. Early Neolithic subsistence economy: the domestic and the wild
9. The Early Neolithic village
10. Craft specialization: the contrasting cases of chipped stone tools, pottery and ornaments
11. A variety of daily crafts
12. Ritual interaction? The miniature world of 'dolls or deities'
13. Interacting with the dead: from the disposal of the body to funerary rituals
14. Interactions among the living.