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The fifth millennium is characterized by far-flung contacts and a veritable flood of innovations. While its beginning is still strongly reminiscent of a broadly Linearbandkeramik way of life, at its end we find new, inter-regionally valid forms of symbolism, representation and ritual behaviour, changes in the settlement system, in architecture and in routine life. Yet, these inter-regional tendencies are paired with a profusion of increasingly small-scale archaeological cultures, many of them defined through pottery only. This tension between large-scale interaction and more local developments remains ill understood, largely because inter-regional comparisons are lacking.

Contributors in this volume provide up-to-date regional overviews of the main developments in the fifth millennium and discuss, amongst others, in how far ceramically-defined 'cultures' can be seen as spatially coherent social groups with their own way of life and worldview, and how processes of innovation can be understood.

Case studies range from the Neolithisation of the Netherlands, hunter-gatherer - farmer fusions in the Polish Lowlands, to the Italian Neolithic. Amongst others, they cover the circulation of stone disc-rings in western Europe, the formation of post-LBK societies in central Europe and the reliability of pottery as an indicator for social transformations.


List of contributors

The fifth millennium: the emergence of cultural diversity in central European prehistory
Daniela Hofmann and Ralf Gleser

Part 1: Diverse populations

On the periphery and at a crossroads: a Neolithic creole society on the Lower Vistula in the fifth millennium BC
Peter Bogucki

The Brzesc Kujawski culture. The north-easternmost Early Chalcolithic communities in Europe
Lech Czerniak and Joanna Pyzel

Taboo? The process of Neolithisation in the Dutch wetlands re-examined (5000-3400 cal BC)
D.C.M. Raemaekers

Part 2: Interaction and change

The fifth millennium BC in central Europe. Minor changes, structural continuity: a period of cultural stability
Christian Jeunesse

Early Middle Neolithic pottery decoration - different cultural groups or just one supraregional style of its time?
Karin Riedhammer

The oldest box-shaped wooden well from Saxony-Anhalt and the Stichbandkeramik culture in central Germany
Rene Wollenweber

A vessel with zoomorphic depiction from the Epi-Rossen horizon at Oberbergen am Kaiserstuhl: an evolutionary perspective on an unusual artefact
Ralf Gleser

Part 3: Community, interaction and boundaries

Strategies of boundary making between northern and southern Italy in the late sixth and early fifth millennium BC
Valeska Becker

The transition from the sixth to the fifth millennium BC in the southern Wetterau - pottery as expression of contacts, boundaries and innovation
Johanna Ritter-Burkert

On the relationship of the Michelsberg culture and Epirossen groups in south-west Germany in the light of absolute chronology, aspects of culture definition, and spatial data
Ute Seidel

Schiepzig enclosures: gaps in the archaeological record at the end of the fifth millennium BC in northern central Germany?
Johannes Muller, Kay Schmutz and Christoph Rinne

The jadeitite-omphacitite and nephrite axeheads in Europe: the case of the Czech Republic
Antonin Prichystal, Josef Jan Kovar, Martin Kuca and Katerina Fridrichova

Disc-rings of Alpine rock in western Europe: typology, chronology, distribution and social significance
Pierre Petrequin, Serge Cassen, Michel Errera, Yvan Pailler, Frederic Prodeo, Anne-Marie Petrequin and Alison Sheridan

Taal: eng
Aantal pagina's: 335
Verschijningsdatum: 25-03-2019


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