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Conceptualising space and place : on the role of agency, memory and identity in the construction of space from the upper palaeolithic to the Iron Age in Europe /
edited by Ana M.S. Bettencourt ... [et al.].
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Oxford : Archaeopress, 2010.
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vii, 167 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
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1407305476 (pbk.), 9781407305479 (pbk.)
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Oxford : Archaeopress, 2010.
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1407305476 (pbk.)
9781407305479 (pbk.)
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(Penalva do Castelo): a case study from Central Portugal / João M. Perpétuo & Filipe J. C. Santos -- Between the engraving and the sculpture: a phenomenological approach to the prehistoric rock place of Lampaça (Valpaços - NW Iberian Peninsula) / Joana C. Teixeira -- New approaches to the configuration and the spatial distribution of prehistoric rock art in the North of the Barbanza Peninsula (Galicia, NW of Spain) / Ramón Fábregas Valcarce, Carlos Rodríguez Rellán & Emilio Rodríguez Álvarez -- pt. 3. Architectures for the living. -- Unlike communities: domestic architectural duality in Late Prehistory of the western Mediterranean / Pedro V. Castro Martínez ... [et al.] -- The place of Cividade. An approach to Late Bronze Age/Iron Age transition in the Arouca Valley (NW Portugal) / António Silva & Joana Leite -- Ceremonial spaces from Late Bronze Age to Roman Period in Western Cantabrian hillforts / Angel Villa Valdez.
Conceptualizing space and place. On the role of agency, memory and identity in the construction of space from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Iron Age in Europe: an introduction / Ana M. S. Bettencourt ... [et al.] -- pt. 1. Sceneries for death and the social role of the dead. The inner scenography of the decorated Neolithic dolmens of north-western Iberia: an interplay between broader communitarian genealogies and more localized histories / Maria de Jesus Sanches -- Engendering burial place and the formation of individual identity - an aspect on social change from the Late Neolithic to the Early Bronze Age in South Germany / Jong-Il Kim -- Burials, corpses and offerings in the Bronze Age of NW Iberia as agents of social identity and memory / Ana M. S. Bettencourt -- The princely grave and cultic monument from Hüsby / Northern Germany - a place of memory and identity / Mechtild Freudenberg -- Inventory of oblong and keyhole-shaped burial ditches of Bronze Age between the rivers Aller (Northern Germany) and Dordogne (Southern France): preliminary report of the state of the project / Otto Mathias Wilbertz -- pt. 2. The creations of places through the depositions of signs and metalwork. Confronting two sceneries on the same stage: from Gravettian-Solutrean to Magdalenian in Penascosa/Quinta da Barca (Vila Nova de Foz Côa, Portugal) / António Martinho Baptista & André Tomás Santos -- Metal and the symbols of ancestors in Northern Iberia / Primitiva Bueno Ramirez, Rosa Barroso Bermejo & Rodrigo de Balbín Behrmann -- Space of memory and representation: Bouça da Cova da Moura (Ardegães, Maia, NW of Portugal): a case study / André Tomé Ribeiro ... [et al.] -- Space and memory at the mouth of Ulla River (Galicia, Spain) / Beatriz Comendador Rey -- "Melting the power" - the foundry area of Fraga dos Corvos (Macedo de Cavaleiros, NE Portugal) / João C. Senna-Martinez ... [et al.] -- Bronze Age spaces and symbols - the Paramuna settlement and rock engravings
general note
"C41 - The creation of 'significant places' and 'landscapes' in the northwestern half of the Iberia, during pre and proto-historic times. Theoretical, recording and interpretation issues from case studies in the region. C72 - Space, memory and identity in the European Bronze Age."
"Union Internationale des Sciences Préhistoriques et Protohistoriques/International Union for Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences, Proceedings of the XV World Congress / Lisbon, 4-9 September 2006)/Actes du XV Congrès Mondial (Lisbonne, 4-9 Septembre 2006) Vol. 41."
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7355876
 
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Papers from Sessions C41: 'The creation of "significant places" and "landscapes" in the Northwestern half of the Iberia, during Pre and Proto-historic times and C72: 'Space, Memory and Identity in the European Bronze Age' from the XV UISPP World Congress (Lisbon, 4-9 September 2006). Contents: INTRODUCTION: Conceptualizing space and place. On the role of agency, memory and identity in the construction of space from the Upper Palaeolithic to the Iron Age in Europe: an introduction (Ana M. S. Bettencourt et al) PART 1 (Sceneries for death and the social role of the dead): 1) The inner scenography of the decorated Neolithic dolmens of North-western Iberia: an interplay between broader communitarian genealogies and more localized histories (Maria de Jesus Sanches); 2) Engendering burial place and the formation of individual identity - an aspect on social change from the Late Neolithic to the Early Bronze Age in South Germany (Jong-Il Kim); 3) Burials, corpses and offerings in the Bronze Age of NW Iberia as agents of social identity and memory (Ana M. S. Bettencourt); 4) The princely grave and cultic monument from Husby (Northern Germany): a place of memory and identity (Mechtild Freudenberg); 5) Inventory of oblong and keyhole-shaped burial ditches of Bronze Age between the rivers Aller (Northern Germany) and Dordogne (Southern France): preliminary report of the state of the project (Otto Mathias Wilbertz) PART 2 (The creations of places through the depositions of signs and metalwork) 6) Confronting two sceneries on the same stage: from Gravettian-Solutrean to Magdalenian in Penascosa/Quinta da Barca (Vila Nova de Foz Coa, Portugal) (Antonio Martinho Baptista & Andre Tomas Santos); 7) Metal and the symbols of ancestors in Northern Iberia (Primitiva Bueno Ramirez et al.); 8) Space of memory and representation: Bouca da Cova da Moura (Ardegaes, Maia, NW of Portugal): a case study (Andre Tome Ribeiro et al.); 9) Space and memory at the mouth of Ulla River (Galicia, Spain) (Beatriz Comendador Rey); 10) "Melting the Power". The foundry area of Fraga dos Corvos- Hut 4 (Macedo de Cavaleiros, NE Portugal) (Joao C. Senna-Martinez et al.); 11) Bronze Age spaces and symbols. The Paramuna settlement and rock engravings (Penalva do Castelo): a case study from Central Portugal (Joao M. Perpetuo & Filipe J. C. Santos); 12) Between the engraving and the sculpture: a phenomenological approach to the prehistoric rock place of Lampaca (Valpacos - NW Iberian Peninsula) (Joana C. Teixeira); 13) New approaches to the configuration and the spatial distribution of prehistoric rock art in the North of the Barbanza Peninsula (Galicia, NW of Spain) (Ramon Fabregas Valcarce et al.) PART 3 (Architectures for the living) 14) Unlike communities: domestic architectural duality in Late Prehistory of the western Mediterranean (Pedro V. Castro Martinez et al.); 15) The place of Cividade. An approach to Late Bronze Age/IronAge Transition in the Arouca valley (NW Portugal) (Antonio Silva & Joana Leite); 16) Ceremonial spaces from Late Bronze Age to Roman Period in Western Cantabrian hillforts (Angel Villa Valdez).
Main Description
This volume contains papers from two sessions at the 15th uispp congress - The creation of 'significant places' and 'landscapes' in the Northwestern half of the Iberia, during Pre and Proto-historic times. Theoretical, recording and interpretation issues from cases in this region ; and Space, Memory and Identity in the European Bronze Age' . Papers come from a wide range of theoretical perspectives including neo-marxist, processualist, phenomenological and contextual.

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