Companion Encyclopedia of Archaeology

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Figures viii
  • List of Tables xv
  • Preface and Acknowledgements xxx
  • General Introduction xxxiii
  • Part I - Origins, Aims and Methods 1
  • 1 - Discovering the Past 3
  • References 42
  • 2 - The Development of Archaeological Theory 48
  • 3 - The Nature of Archaeological Evidence 81
  • Select Bibliography 127
  • 4 - Field Archaeology 128
  • References 175
  • 5 - Establishing Archaeological Chronologies 182
  • 6 - Reconstructing the Environment and Natural Landscape 222
  • References 256
  • 7 - Studying People 266
  • 8 - Studying Structures 310
  • 9 - Studying Artefacts 344
  • References 383
  • 10 - Preserving and Presenting the Evidence 389
  • References 424
  • Part II - Themes and Approaches 429
  • 11 - Culture and Identity 431
  • References 463
  • 12 - The Organization of Society 470
  • References 501
  • 13 - Settlement and Territory 505
  • 14 - Food and Farming 546
  • References 593
  • 15 - Production and Exchange in Prehistory 608
  • 16 - Production and Exchange in Historical Archaeology 637
  • 17 - Population Dynamics 672
  • 18 - Cognition 714
  • References 747
  • Part III - Writing Archaeological History 755
  • 19 - Human Evolution 757
  • 20 - Hunter-Gatherer Societies 797
  • References 833
  • 21 - Early Agricultural Societies 839
  • References 864
  • 22 - The Development of Rank Societies 870
  • References 905
  • 23 - Urbanization and State Formation 908
  • 24 - The Development of Empires 950
  • References 982
  • 25 - Post-Collapse Societies 988
  • 26 - Europe in the Middle Ages 1040
  • References 1071
  • 27 - Archaeology and Islam 1077
  • References 1102
  • 28 - Archaeology of the Modern State: European Colonialism 1107
  • 29 - The Archaeology of Industrialization 1160
  • References 1192
  • Index 1198
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