Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie Bd. 304

Das ägäische Neolithikum und Chalkolithikum. Transformationen sozialer Handlungsmuster in Anatolien und Griechenland zwischen 6500 und 4000 v.Chr.
Martin Furholt 

Among the most momentous developments that have connected West Anatolia and Greece over the Aegean in the course of human history have to be mentioned the processes simplified by the term "Neolithization". This work deals diachronically with the different social developments that are related to this term. The basis is a comprehensive coverage and statistical evaluation of the available and quantifiable archaeological material of 7.-4. Millennium BC In western Turkey and Greece. Based on an action theory perspective, the change and dynamics of action contexts, interaction spaces, Aegean social networks, subsistence strategies, economic structures and the composition of social communities are examined at the local and regional scale. These different levels of social action spaces, the author finally brings together to the 6600 v. Chr. To better understand the expansion of Neolithic life forms to Europe, which began in about the third century BC, and to classify the subsequent supraregional social processes.

Bonn, Habelt 2017
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ISBN 978-3-7749-4101-4