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Widening Harvest: The Neolithic Transition in Europe (AIA Colloquia and Conference Papers)

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Published by Archaeological Institute of America .
Written in English


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Number of Pages230
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ISBN 101931909059
ISBN 10978-1931909051

Información del artículo Albert J. Ammerman and Paolo Biagi (eds), The widening harvest. The Neolithic transition in Europe: looking back, looking forward.   The Neolithic transition, a major episode in human history, is defined as the shift from a hunter-gatherer economy (Paleolithic) into another one based on agricultural activities (Neolithic) (1). In the Near East, this transition took place ∼12, y ago, and from there it spread across Europe until ∼5, y ago (2–4).

Early domestic animals in Europe: imported or locally domesticated? In The Widening Harvest. The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back, Looking Forward. Ammerman A. & Biagi P. Boston: Archaeological Institute of America. AIA Colloquia and Conference Papers 6: Publication type: Chapter in book; ISSN/ISBN:   fronts; cultural transmission; reaction-dispersal; reaction-diffusion; The Neolithic transition, a major episode in human history, is defined as the shift from a hunter-gatherer economy (Paleolithic) into another one based on agricultural activities (Neolithic) ().In the Near East, this transition took place ∼12, y ago, and from there it spread across Europe until ∼5, y ago (2 ⇓ .

The Neolithic Revolution, or (First) Agricultural Revolution, was the wide-scale transition of many human cultures during the Neolithic period from a lifestyle of hunting and gathering to one of agriculture and settlement, making an increasingly larger population possible. These settled communities permitted humans to observe and experiment with plants to learn how they grew and developed. NESTOR February On 30 March statements of intent are due for an international conference entitled The Archaeology of World Megalithic Cultures, with a Theme Session on “EuroMediterranean Megalithic Cultures, B.C.,” to be .


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: The Widening Harvest. The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Forward, Looking Back (Aia Colloquia & Conference Papers) (): Ammerman, A. "The Widening Harvest presents research from a conference field in Venice in "The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back - Looking Forward." The participants come from a wide range of backgrounds, and they have all made significant contributions to the study of the Neolithic transitions.

This volume brings together papers presented at a conference titled The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back-Looking Forward, held in Venice in Eighteen chapters address the origins of agriculture; the Neolithic transition in southern, central, and northern Europe; genetic and linguistic aspects of the Neolithic.

In book: The widening harvest: the Neolithic transition in Europe: looking back, looking forward, Publisher: Archaeological Institute of America Cite this publication A.J. Ammerman. Short description This module covers British and continental European Prehistory from the Neolithic to the Late Iron Age.

It aims at an even geographic coverage, but will concentrate on subjects that have figured prominently in recent discussion. This will be a seminar-based module combined with period-specific introductory lectures.

Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link). The Widening Harvest The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back.

Looking Forward Edited by ALBERT J. AMMERMAN AND PAOLO BIAGI ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA BOITON, MASSACHUSETTS Colloquia and Conference Papers 6 The Neolithic Transition in Portugal and the Role of Demic Diffusion in the Spread of Agriculture.

BOOKS RECEIVED Ammerman, Albert J., and Paolo Biagi, eds. The Widening Harvest. The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back, Looking Forward. (Colloquia and Conference Papers 6.) Pp. xxii +figs. The Archaeological Institute of America, Boston $35 ISBN (paper). Arnold, Astrid. Villa Kerylos das Wohnhaus als.

Going Over: The Mesolithic-Neolithic Transition in North West Europe Alasdair Whittle, Vicki Cummings The processes involved in the transformation of society from Mesolithic hunter-gatherers to Neolithic farmers were complex.

In book: The Widening Harvest. The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back, Looking Forward, Publisher: Archaeological Institute of America, Editors: Ammerman A, Biagi P Cite this publication.

Skeates, R. () 'Radiocarbon dating the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Italy.', in The widening harvest: the neolithic transition in Europe: looking back, looking forward. Boston: Archaeological Institute of America, pp.

The Neolithic transition in Europe was driven by the rapid dispersal of Near Eastern farmers who, over a period of 3, years, brought food production to the furthest corners of. "Neolithic dispersals in riverine interior Central Europe," in The Widening Harvest.

The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back, Looking Forward, edited by Albert Ammerman and Paolo Biagi, pp. Boston: Archaeological Institute of America (Colloquia and Conference Papers 6). A collection of essays, based on a symposium held at the SAA meeting at Minneapolis indiscussing evidence for the transition from hunter-gathering to farming across Europe.

Contents: Europe's first farmers (T Douglas Price); Southeastern Europe and the transition to agriculture in Europe (Ruth Tringham); Transition to agriculture in eastern Europe (Marek Zvelebil & Malcolm Lillie.

Book Reviews Albert J. Ammerman and Paolo Biagi (eds), The widening johnrobb harvest. The Neolithic transition in Europe: looking back, looking forward Alan R. Baker and Mark Billinge (eds), Geographies jon stobart of England.

The North-South divide, imagined and material Bas J. van Bavel and Peter Hoppenbrouwers (eds), h. Oxford: Oxbow Books.

ISBN JSTOR 1cfr8jt. Hillman, Gordon (). "Investigating the start of cultivation in western Eurasia: studies of plant remains from Abu Hureyra on the Euphrates".

In Ammerman, A.J. (ed.). The widening harvest: the Neolithic transition in Europe: looking back, looking forward. Archaeological Institute. The Neolithic Revolution, also called the Agricultural Revolution, marked the transition in human history from small, nomadic bands of hunter-gatherers to.

The spread of agriculture is here examined from the perspective of changes in the composition of archaeobotantical assemblages. We apply multivariate analysis to a large database of plant assemblages from early Neolithic sites across South-West Asia and Europe and show that there are coherent and meaningful changes in their composition over time, to a large extent driven by a reduction in crop.

In his later book The Dawn of European Civilisation, Childe applied his demographic/Malthusian concept of population pressure and territorial expansion to the study of Neolithic Europe, asserting that the first Neolithic crops and domesticated animals did not reach Europe by means of trade or exchange but by means of migration or the colonization of farmers and.

A review of the Late Mesolithic in Italy and its implications for the Neolithic transition, in Ammerman, A.J. & Biagi, P. (ed.) The widening harvest. The Neolithic transition in Europe: looking back, looking forward: – Boston, MA: Archaeological Institute of America.

Radiocarbon dating and interpretations of the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Italy. In The Widening Harvest. The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back, Looking Forward.

Ammerman, A. J. & Biagi, P. Boston: Archaeological Institute of America. Publication type: Chapter in book; ISSN/ISBN: (). The Widening Harvest. The Neolithic Transition in Europe: Looking Back, Looking Forward.

Archaeological Institute of America, (). Time-delayed theory of the Neolithic transition in Europe. Zilhão, J. (). The Neolithic Transition in Portugal and the Role of Demic Diffusion in the Spread of Agriculture across West Mediterranean Europe. In A. J. Ammerman & P.

Biagi (Eds.), The Widening Harvest. The Neolithic Transition in Europe: looking back, looking forward (pp. –). Boston: Archaeological Institute of America.