of European Archaeology (JEA), 4 (1996)
Arturo Ruiz: A diverse
Europe: an archaeological perspective.
Landscape archaeology: of making and seeing.
Jonas Beran: On social
psychology and the professional self-assessment of the last generation
of East German archaeologists.
Jorn Jacobs: Zur
Wissenschaftsstrategie in der deutschen Archäologie seit 1990.
Heroes and tragic figures in the transition to the Neolithic. Exploring
images of the human being in archaeological texts.
Tsoni Tsonev: Neolithisation
- a monotonic or catastrophic model for the transition to early farming?
Gavin M. Lucas: Of
death and debt. A history of the body in Neolithic and early Bronze Age
Cornelius J. Holtorf:
Towards a chronology of megaliths: understanding monumental time and cultural
Peter F. Biehl: Symbolic
communication systems: symbols on anthropomorphic figurines of the Neolithic
and Chalcolithic from south-eastern Europe.
Assembling, displaying and dissembling Neolithic and Eneolithic figurines
John Chapman: Enchainment,
commodification and gender in the Balkan Copper Age.
Social trends in temperate Eurasia during the second and first millennia
Michael Friedrich and
Hilke Hennig: A dendronate for the Wehringen Iron Age wagon grave (778±5
BC) in relation to other recently obtained absolute dates for the Hallstatt
period in southern Germany.
Michael A Morse:
What's in a name? The 'Celts' in presentations of prehistory in Ireland,
Scotland and Wales.
Corrie Bakels: Growing
grain for others or how to detect surplus production.
Jeremy W. Huggett:
Social analysis of early Anglo-Saxon inhumation burials: archaeological
V. A. Schnirelman: Voyma
i mir ranney istorii chelovechestva.
C. Tilley: The Phenomonology
B. Raftery: Pagan Celtic
Ireland: the enigma of the Irish Iron Age.
D. W. Bailey and I. Panayotov
(eds): Prehistoric Bulgaria
M. Kuna and N. Venclová
(eds) Whither Archaeology? Papers in honour of Evzen Neustupný.
D. R. Harris (ed) The
Archaeology of V. Gordon Childe .
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