Crisis to Collapse

The Archaeology of Social Breakdown

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Jan Driessen (Éditeur)

Tim Cunningham (Éditeur)

Publication : 03/06/2021
Langue : English
Pages : 314
Éditeur : Presses universitaires de Louvain
Collections : AEGIS
ISBN : 9782390610410
Catégories : Science sociale / Études ethniques / Études sur les Afro-américains

This volume comprises the proceedings of a workshop with the same title which took place in October 2015. It was organised within the frame of the ARC13/18-049 (concerted research action) ‘A World in Crisis?’. It has both a large chronological scope-from the Late Paleolithic to the 12th c. AD - and wide geographical coverage, with case studies from the Maya, Southern US, Aegean, Sri Lanka, Indus, Gaul, Southern Levant, Anatolia, Egypt, North-western Europe, Alaska and Mesopotamia. It discusses and critically analyses the variety of signatures and archaeological correlates of crisis conditions that led to social breakdown. As such it makes massive strides forward to a better theoretical understanding of crisis-induced collapse.

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