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Gary and Maud Webster studies Nuragic Archaeology, Archaeological Semiotics, and Prehistoric Archaeology. THIS PAGE contains the published results of our work related to Sardinia
Gary and Maud Webster studies Nuragic Archaeology, Archaeological Semiotics, and Prehistoric Archaeology. THIS PAGE contains the published results of our work related to Sardinia. For publications on other areas and themes, see our CV (attached). Sardinia preserves an exceptional record of its Final Neolithic and Copper Age cultures, with a diverse crafts repertory, henges and dolmens, statue-menhirs, chamber tombs – and the only known ziggurat in Europe.
Webster has capably brought together a mass of different data to provide a convincing narrative of the Nuragic .
Webster has capably brought together a mass of different data to provide a convincing narrative of the Nuragic period in Sardinia. -Kyle P. Freund, Indian River State College, American Journal of Archaeology, April 2017 (12. ) show more.
Gary Webster is former Associate Professor of Anthropology and currently Docent in Archaeology at Umea University. He has published widely on social archaeology, cultural history and the archaeology of Sardinia. Country of Publication. Equinox Publishing Ltd.
Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, International Series 373, 1987. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 18 February 2014. Export citation Request permission.
The culture-historical tradition also remains influential within archaeologies less influenced by anthropology. Our confidence in identifying materials from excavations and surveys as representing known types, as well as the subsequent assignment of these types into known culture units (.
Studies in Sardinian Archaeology 3: Nuragic Sardinia and the Mycenaean World (Oxford, 1987) presents papers . Sheffield Academic Press.
Studies in Sardinian Archaeology 3: Nuragic Sardinia and the Mycenaean World (Oxford, 1987) presents papers from a colloquium in Rome, September 1986; the view of " from the Mycenaean direction is explored in .
This study forms an introduction to the archaeology of movement and interaction - a social approach to. .Non-archaeologists dominated the discussion, while archaeologists generally avoided political stances.
The archaeology of movement and interaction applies systematic survey methods to the material culture of roads and paths understanding the social relationships and daily activity of people in the past.
Author: Gary S. Webster,Peter V. Webster
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (December 31, 1987)
Pages: 169 pages
ePUB size: 1892 kb
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