The Social Archaeology of Houses

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The Social Archaeology of Houses
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Contributors iv
  • One Introduction 1
  • Bibliography 17
  • Introduction 19
  • Conclusion 43
  • Bibliography 44
  • Three Social Inequality on Bulgarian Tells and the Varna Problem 49
  • Introduction 49
  • Conclusions 86
  • Acknowledgements 87
  • Acknowledgements 88
  • Four Comment on Chapman: Some Cautionary Notes on the Application of Spatial Measures to Prehistoric Settlements 93
  • Bibliography 108
  • Five - The Late Neolithic House in Orkney 111
  • Acknowledgements 122
  • Bibliography 123
  • Six Domestic Organisation and Gender Relations in Iron Age and Romano-British Households 125
  • Introduction 125
  • Conclusion 142
  • Acknowledgements 143
  • Bibliography 143
  • Seven Romano-British VIllas and the Social Construction of Space 149
  • Bibliography 170
  • Eight Comment on Eleanor Scott's 'Romano-British VIllas and the Social Construction of Space' 173
  • Bibliography 180
  • Nine the Feudal Construction of Space: Power and Domination in the Nucleated VIllage 181
  • Introduction 181
  • Conclusion 194
  • Acknowledgements 194
  • Bibliography 194
  • Ten the Rise and Fall of Tower-Houses in Post-Reformation Scotland 197
  • Bibliography 240
  • Eleven the Englishman's Home and Its Study 245
  • Bibliography 255
  • Twelve Analysing Small Building Plans: A Morphological Approach 259
  • Bibliography 275
  • Index 277
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