Metals Make The World Go Round: The Supply And Circulation Of Metals In Bronze Age Europe by C.F.E. Pare

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C.F.E. Pare
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Oxbow Books Limited
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285
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9781842170199
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This collection of eighteen papers, presented at a conference held at the University of Birmingham in 1997, analyses the production and use of metals and metal objects across western and eastern Europe. Contents: Supply and circulation of metals in Bronze Age Europe (Christopher Pare); Circulation of copper in Early Bronze Age mainland Greece (Maria Kayafa, Sophie Stos-Gale & Noel Gale); Trade in metals in the Bronze Age Mediterranean (Sophie Stos-Gale); Buried metal in Late Minoan inheritance customs (Eva Baboula); Circulation of metals and the end of the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean (Susan Sherratt); Sicilian hoards and protohistoric metal trade int he central West Mediterranean (Claudio Giardino); Copper supply for Frattesina (Mark Pearce); Metallurgy and social dynamics in the later prehistory of Spain (Margarita Diaz-Andreu & Ignacio Montero); A model for the Atlantic final Bronze Age in the Iberian Peninsula (Richard Harrison & Alfredo Mederos Martin); Mining, processing and distribution of Bronze (Stefan Winghart); Ritual violence in Late Bronze Age hoards (Louis Nebelsick); Metal circulation, communication and traditions of craftmanship in late Bronze Age and early Iron Age Europe (Christoph Huth); Hoarding and the circulation of metalwork in late Bronze Age Denmark (Koen Verlaeck); Late Bronze Age axe hoards in western and northern Europe (Regine Maraszek); Bronzes in the Baltic and in North-East Europe (Andrzej Pydyn); Introduction to weight systems in the Bronze Age (Hanne Lassen); Balance weights from the Late Bronze Age shipwreck at Uluburun (Cemal Pulak); Weight systems and exchange networks


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