Between History and Archaeology: Papers in Honour of Jacek Lech

 
 
Archaeopress Archaeology
  • erschienen am 2. Februar 2018
 
  • Buch
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  • Softcover
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  • 526 Seiten
978-1-78491-772-2 (ISBN)
 
Between History and Archaeology: Papers in honour of Jacek Lech is a collection of forty-six papers papers in honour of Professor Jacek Lech, compiled in recognition of his research and academic career as well as his inquiry into the study of prehistoric flint mining, Neolithic flint tools (and beyond), and the history of archaeology. The papers explore topics on archaeology and history, and are organised into three sections. The first contains texts on flint mining dealing with well-known mining sites as well as previously unpublished new material. The reader will find here a wide spectrum of approaches to flint mining, ways of identifying raw materials used by prehistoric communities, and an impressive overview of the history of research, methodology and approaches to flint mining in Europe, North America and Asia. The following group of papers deals with the use of flint by Neolithic and younger communities, including typological studies on trace evidence analyses as well as theoretical papers on prehistoric periods in Europe and the New World. The final section consists of papers on the history of archaeology in the 19th and 20th centuries. Some deal with the beginnings of archaeology as a scholarly discipline, while others present significant research from different countries. Readers will also find papers on the development of archaeology in the second half of the 20th century, both in political and institutional contexts. The book ends with the memories, which bring the Jubilarian closer to the reader by viewing him through the eyes of his co-workers and friends.
  • Englisch
  • Oxford
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  • Großbritannien
Archaeopress
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
  • DIN A4
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white
  • Höhe: 290 mm
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  • Breite: 205 mm
978-1-78491-772-2 (9781784917722)
1784917729 (1784917729)
Dr Dagmara H. Werra is an archaeologist and an ethnologist. She works at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences as an adjunct at the Autonomous Research Laboratory for Prehistoric Flint Mining. In her professional career Dr Werra deals with prehistoric flint mining, the use of flint in Metal Ages and in modern times (gunflints) and with the identification and use of siliceous rocks by prehistoric communities. She obtained a BA in archaeology and ethnology at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun and in 2013 a PhD in archaeology. She is a project manager on the characteristics of `chocolate' flint, and is a participant of research on obsidian artefacts. Since 2017 Dr Werra is Editor-In-Chief of the Archaeologia Polonia journal. She participated and conducted archaeological research at numerous archaeological sites, including those associated with flint mining; Dr Marzena Wozny is a historian and an archaeologist. Her research deals with the history of Central European archaeology, including studies on the relationships between scholars, the history of the institutions and the archaeological thought. Dr Wozny authored almost forty articles on these issues as well as two books - Between generations. An interview with Professor Jan Machnik concluded by Marzena Wozny and Wlodzimierz Demetrykiewicz (1859-1937). A prehistorian from the turn of the eras. She graduated with a history and then studies in museology degrees at the Jagiellonian University in Krakow. In 2015 she obtained a PhD in archaeology at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. She was a trainee at the National Museum of Archaeology in Malta. She is currently working on a dissertation devoted to the history of archaeology in Lesser Poland in the 19th century. She is also interested in the history of gunflint mining. Marzena is head of the Archives at the Archaeological Museum in Krakow.
Editorial Preface - by Dagmara H. Werra and Marzena Wozny; Early Prehistoric Flint Mining in Europe: a Critical Review of the Radiocarbon Evidence - by Susana Consuegra and Pedro Diaz-del-Rio; Twenty-five Years Excavating Flint Mines in France and Belgium: an Assessment - by Francoise Bostyn, Helene Collet, Emmanuel Ghesquiere, Anne Hauzeur, Pierre-Arnaud de Labriffe, Cyril Marcigny in collaboration with Philippe Lavachery; Flint Mining in Northern France and Belgium: a Review - by Francoise Bostyn, Helene Collet, Jean-Philippe Collin and Francois Giligny; Flint Mining and the Beginning of Farming in Southern England - by Robin Holgate; Women's Work? Findings from the Neolithic Chert Mines in the `Krumlovsky les', South Moravia - by Martin Oliva; New research at Tata-Kalvariadomb, Hungary - by Katalin T. Biro, Erzsebet Harman-Toth and Krisztina Duzs; News from the Eastern Fringe - The Baunzen Site near Vienna, Austria - by Michael Brandl, Oliver Schmitsberger and Gerhard Trnka; Siliceous Raw Materials from the Eastern Part of the Polish Carpathians and Their Use in Stone and Bronze Ages - by Andrzej Pelisiak; Ongar: a Source of Chert in Lower Sindh (Pakistan) and Its Bronze Age Exploitation - by Paolo Biagi and Elisabetta Starnini; The Chocolate Flint Mines in the Udorka Valley (Czestochowa Upland) - a Preliminary Report on the Field and Lidar Surveys - by Magdalena Sudol-Procyk, Janusz Budziszewski, Maciej T. Krajcarz, Michal Jakubczak and Michal Szubski; Exploitation and Processing of Cretaceous Erratic Flint on the Polish Lowland. A Case Study of Sites in the Vicinity of Gorzow Wielkopolski - by Przemyslaw Bobrowski and Iwona Sobkowiak-Tabaka; The Latest Knowledge on Use of Primary Sources of Radiolarites in the Central Vah Region (the Microregion of Nemsova - Cerveny Kamen) - by Ivan Cheben, Michal Cheben, Adrian Nemergut and Marian Sojak; The Prehistoric Bedrock Quarries Occurring within the Chert Bearing Carbonates of the Cambrian-Ordovician Kittatinny Supergroup, Wallkill River Valley, Northwestern New Jersey-Southeastern New York, U.S.A. - by Philip C. LaPorta, Scott A. Minchak and Margaret C. Brewer-LaPorta; Methodical Concepts and Assumptions Underlying Research Methods for Studies on the Erratic Raw Material of the Polish Lowland. Geology versus Archaeology - by Piotr Chachlikowski; Why Foragers Become Farmers: Development and Dispersal of Food Producing Economies in Comparative Perspective - by Andreas Zimmermann; Acquisition and Circulation of Flint Materials in the Linear Pottery Culture of the Seine Basin - by Pierre Allard; The Organisation of Flint Working in the Dutch Bandkeramik: a Second Approach - by Marjorie E.Th. de Grooth; Jurrasic-Cracow Flint in the Linear Pottery Culture in Kuyavia, Chelmno Land and the Lower Vistula Region - by Joanna Pyzel and Marcin Was; Morphological and Functional Differentiation of the Early Neolithic Perforators and Borers - a Case Study from Tominy, South-Central Poland - by Marcin Szeliga and Katarzyna Pyzewicz; A Danubian Raw Material Exchange Network: a Case Study from Chelmno Land, Poland - by Dagmara H. Werra, Rafal Siuda and Jolanta Malecka-Kukawka; Lithic Workshops and Depots/Hoards in the Early/Middle Neolithic of the Middle Danube Basin and of the Northern Balkans - by Malgorzata Kaczanowska and Janusz K. Kozlowski; Considerations on the Topic of Exceptionally Large Cores of Chocolate Flint - by Anna Zakoscielna; Romancing the Stones: a Study of Chipped Stone Tools from the Tisza Culture Site of Hodmezovasarhely-Gorzsa, Hungary - by Barbara Voytek; Flint Knapping as a Family Tradition at Bronocice, Poland - by Marie-Lorraine Pipes, Janusz Kruk and Sarunas Milisauskas; The Cucuteni - Trypillia `Big Other' - Reflections on the Making of Millennial Cultural Traditions - by John Chapman and Bisserka Gaydarska; A Neolithic Child Burial from Ciemna Cave in Ojcow National Park, Poland - by Pawel Valde-Nowak, Damian Stefanski and Anita Szczepanek; The Settlement of Bodaki - a Tripolian-Culture Centre of Flint Exploitation in Volhynia - by Natalia N. Skakun, Vera V. Terekhina and Boryаna Mateva; Late Bronze Age Flint Assemblage from Open-pit Mine Reichwalde in Saxony, Germany - by Miroslaw Masojc; Workshops in the Immediate Vicinity of a Mining Field of Flint Sickle-Shaped Knives from the Foreland of the Outcrops of Swieciechow Flint - by Jerzy Libera; Mining for Salt in European Prehistory - by Anthony Harding; Late Pre-Hispanic Stone-tool Workshops at Cayash Ragaj, Central Andes, Peru - by Andrzej Krzanowski and Krzysztof Tunia; From the History of Polish Archeology. In the Search for the Beginnings of Polish Nation and Country - by Adrianna Szczerba; Towards a Common Language: the Plan to Standardise Symbols on Archaeological Maps in 19th-century Europe - by Marzena Wozny; Izydor Kopernicki (1825-1891) and Czech Archaeology - by Karel Sklenar; From Poetry to Prehistory: Mary Boyle and the Abbe Breuil - by Alan Saville; The Life and Work of Bohdan Janusz (1887-1930) in the Context of the Intellectual Environment of the Galicia Region - by Natalia Bulyk; Albin Jura (1873-1958): Social Activist, Teacher and Stone Age Researcher - by Elzbieta Trela-Kieferling; Striped Flint and the Krzemionki Opatowskie Mine, Poland. The Beginnings - by Danuta Piotrowska; Archaeological Research at the Lvov University: Interwar Period - by Natalia Bilas; Archaeology and Art: the Relationship of Karel Absolon (1877-1960) and Czechoslovak Artists in the Period Between the World Wars - by Petr Kostrhun; The Basket Workshop Warehouse Manager: Memory by Alfred Wielopolski on Jozef Kostrzewski's Fate During the German Nazi Occupation Time (1941-1943) - by Andrzej Prinke; Konrad Jazdzewski (1908-1985) - Pupil and Friend of Professor Dr Jozef Kostrzewski - by Maria Magdalena Blombergowa; Polish Archaeology Under Communism. The Trial of Massive Corruption of Clever Minds - by Andrzej Boguszewski; Forgotten History of Zespol do Badan Dziejow Szkla w Wielkopolsce (the Group for the Study of History of Glass in Greater Poland) - by Jarmila E. Kaczmarek; Professor Jacek Lech's Archaeological Interest in Ojcow and the Sąspowska Valley - by Jozef Partyka; Do you remember?... - by Franciszek M. Stepniowski

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