Documenta Praehistorica XXXV, 2008

Neolithic Studies 15

Contents

Bernhard Weninger, Rick Schulting, Marcel Bradtmöller, Lee Clare, Mark Collard, Kevan Edinborough, Johanna Hilpert, Olaf Jöris, Marcel Niekus, Eelco J. Rohling, Bernd Wagner

The catastrophic final flooding of Doggerland by the Storegga Slide tsunami

1-24

Pál Sümegi, Sándor Gulyás, Gergő Persaits

Holocene paleoclimatic and paleohydrological changesin the Sárrét basin, NW Hungary

25-31

Pál Sümegi, Sándor Gulyás, Gusztáv Jakab

Holocene paleoclimatic and paleohydrological changes in Lake Balaton as inferred from a complex quantitative environmental historical study of a lacustrine sequence of the Szigliget embayment

33-43

Mihael Budja, Dimitrij Mlekuž

Settlements, landscape and palaeoclimate dynamics on the Ižica floodplain of the Ljubljana Marshes

45-54

Fiorenza Pompei, Fulvio Cruciani, Rosaria Scozzari, Andrea Novelletto

Phylogeography of Y chromosomal haplogroups as reporters of Neolithic and post-Neolithic population processes in the Mediterranean area

55-64

Lee Clare, Eelco J. Rohling, Bernhard Weninger, Johanna Hilpert

Warfare in Late Neolithic\Early Chalcolithic Pisidia, southwestern Turkey. Climate induced social unrest in the late 7th millennium calBC

65-92

Arkadiusz Marciniak

Communities, households and animals. Convergent developments in Central Anatolian and Central European Neolithic

93-109

Maria Gurova

Towards an understanding of Early Neolithic populations: a flint perspective from Bulgaria

111-129

Izabel Devriendt

Becoming Neolithic. The Mesolithic-Neolithic transition and its impact on the flint and stone industry at Swifterbant (the Netherlands)

131-141

Roland de Beauclair

Funerary rites in a Neolithic nomad community in Southeastern Arabia: the case of al-Buhais 18

143-152

Mike Parker Pearson, Joshua Pollard, Colin Richards, Julian Thomas, Chris Tilley and Kate Welham

The Stonehenge Riverside Project: exploring the Neolithic landscape of Stonehenge

153-166

Dragos Gheorghiu

Cultural landscapes in the lower Danube area. Experimenting tell settlements

167-178

Robin Skeates

Embodiment and visual reproduction in the Neolithic: the case of stamped symbols

179-184

Goce Naumov

Imprints of the Neolithic mind – clay stamps from the Republic of Macedonia

185-204

Takamune Kawashima

Feasting and inter-village networks

205-213

Irina Zhushchikhovskaya, Olga Danilova

Spiral patterns on the Neolithic pottery of East Asia and the Far East

215-226

Simona Petru

Colour, form, animals and deception in the ice age

227-235

Dimitrij Mlekuž, Mihael Budja, Robert Payton, Clive Bonsall, Andreja Žibrat Gašparič

Reassessing the Mesolithic\Neolithic ‘gap’ in Southeast European cave sequences

237-251

Lucija Šoberl, Andreja Žibrat Gašparič, Mihael Budja and Richard P. Evershed

Early herding practices revealed through organic residue analysis of pottery from the early Neolithic rock shelter of Mala Triglavca, Slovenia

253-260

Dušan Borić, Charles French, Vesna Dimitrijević

Vlasac revisited: formation processes, stratigraphy and dating

261-287

Borislav Jovanović

Micro-regions of the Lepenski Vir culture: Padina in the Upper Gorge and Hajdučka Vodenica in the Lower Gorge of the Danube

289-324

Sabin Adrian Luca, Dragoş Diaconescu and Cosmin Ioan Suciu

Archaeological research in Miercurea Sibiului – Petris¸ (Sibiu County, Romania): the Starčevo-Cris¸ level during 1997–2005 (a preliminary report)

325-343

© Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, University of Ljubljana 2005