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A truly multi-disciplinary book alowing the reader to gain insights into an exceptionally diverse set of topics such as hunting, burial, sword-prodcution and rock art, from the Mesolithic to the Middle Ages. Contents: Preface. (John Coles and Barry Raftery); Hunting wild pig in the Late Mesolithic. (Finbar McCormick); Searching the Irish Mesolithic for the Humans behind the Hatchets. (Maire Delaney and Peter C. Woodman); Steles En Chambre. (Charles-Tanguy Le Roux); Do you repair the homes of the Gods? (Frances Lynch); Going round in circles? Understanding the Irish Grooved Ware 'complex' in its wider context. (Alison Sheridan); Performance and place: The hoarding of axeheads in Irish prehistory. (Gabriel Cooney); Little and Large: comparing Knockroe with Knowth. (Muiris O'Sullivan); Exotic materials in the Early Bronze Age of southeastern England. (Timothy Champion); The construction of funerary monuments in the Irish Early Bronze Age: a review of the evidence. (James Eogan); Irish Middle Bronze Age burial traditions. (Eoin Grogan); The Gold Beads from Tumna, Co. Roscommon. (Mary Cahill); Irish gold artefacts: observations from Hartmann's analytical data. (Richard Warner); Pit 119: Rathgall, Co. Wicklow. (Barry Raftery); Moynagh Lough, Co. Meath, in the Late Bronze Age. (John Bradley); The Dating of the Embanked Enclosure at Grange, Co. Limerick. (Helen Roche); Goldener Zierrat, Goldblechkalotten und Goldblechkegel der Bronze-und Urnenfelderzeit Alteuropas. (Peter Schauer); Hallstatt Fascination: 'Hallstatt' buckets, swords and chapes from Britain and Ireland. (Sabine Gerloff); Von West nach Ost? Zur Genese der Fruhbronzezeit Mitteleuropas. (Albrecht Jockenhovel); Bronze Age sword production and use. (Henrik Thrane); A Long Distance Connection in the Bronze Age: Joining Fragments of a Ewart Park Sword from two Sites in England. (Richard Bradley and Deborah Ford); Bronzes in a context: rock carvings of Scandinavia. ( John Coles); Bronze Age Rotary Spits: Finds Old and New, some False, some True. (Colin Burgess and Brendan O'Connor); NIETHOS - Neit: The earliest documented Celtic God (c. 575 BC) and the Atlantic relationships between Iberia and Ireland. (Martin Almagro-Gorbea ); Venus arising. (Barry Cunliffe); International weight units and the coming of the Age of Iron in Europe. (Jan Bouzek); An Enduring Tradition: Incised Rock Art in Ireland. (Elizabeth Shee Twohig); A note on the building history of Ardmore Cathedral. (Conleth Manning); Excavation of the High Cross in the Medieval Market Place of Kells. (Heather A. King); Explicit data and tacit knowledge, exploring the dimensions of archaeological knowledge. (Charles Mount); Three Midland Megaliths as drawn and described in 1786 by J. Brownrigg, Surveyor. (Peter Harbison); Adolf Mahr and the making of Sean P. Riordain. (Patrick F. Wallace).
Number Of Pages: 272
Published: 1st January 2004
Dimensions (cm): 30.2 x 21.0 x 2.1
Weight (kg): 1.252