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Les Industries Lithiques Taillees De Franchthi (Argolide,Grece) [the Chipped Stone Industries of Franchthi (Argolide,Greece)]: Vol. 3: Tome III,Du Neolithique Ancien Au Neolithique Final,Fascicle 13,Excavations at Franchthi Cave,Gr - Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece (Paperback)Catherine Perles (author)
Paperback Published: 25/08/2004
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This fascicle is the thirteenth in the series of Level One publications of the excavations at Franchthi Cave and is the third and final instalment of the report on the site's chipped stone industries. The objective of Catherine Perles's study is to make sense of the chronology of the site in its economic, technological, and typological dimensions. All phases of the Neolithic are represented at Franchthi Cave. Rich with more than 3,000 reconstructed pieces, this study offers a representative and technical typology that is unequalled today. The first part of the analysis offers diagnostic elements to facilitate comparisons between the lithic sequence and surface dating and is more descriptive than interpretive. The second part is dedicated to a step-by-step analysis of the Franchthi material in a well-defined chronostratigraphical framework. The third and most interpretive portion of the study addresses itself more specifically to those who are interested in the socio-economic organizational problems of Neolithic societies.
Publisher: Indiana University Press
Weight: 953 g
Dimensions: 278 x 138 x 22 mm
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