Documenta Praehistorica XXXVIII, 2011

Neolithic Studies 18

Contents

in memoriam Marek Zvelebil

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Bernhard Weninger, Kevan Edinborough, Lee Clare and Olaf Jöris

Concepts of probability in radiocarbon analysis

1-20

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John Chapman and Bisserka Gaydarska

Can we reconcile individualisation with relational ‘personhood|’: a case study from the Early Neolithic

21-44

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Mihael Budja

In search of past identities

45-60

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Emily Hellewell and Nicky Milner

Burial practices at the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in Britain: change or continuity?

61-68

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Lars Larsson

Water and fire as transformation elements in ritual deposits of the Scandinavian Neolithic

69-82

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Akira Tsuneki

A glimpse of human life from the Neolithic cemetery at Tell el-Kerkh, Northwest Syria

83-98

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Dimitrij Mlekuž

What can bodies do? Bodies and caves in the Karst Neolithic

97-108

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Takamune Kawashima

Burial practices and social complexity: Jomon examples

109-118

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Svend Hansen

Figurines in Pietrele: Copper Age ideology

117-130

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Adam N. Crnobrnja

Arrangement of Vinča culture figurines: a study of social structure and organisation

131-148

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Nenad Tasić

Anthropomorphic figurines from Vinča excavations 1998–2009

149/158

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Boban Tripković

Containers and grains: food storage and symbolism in the Central Balkans (Vinča period)

159-172

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Aleksander Dzbynski

Mr. Blademan. Macrolithic technology – Eneolithic vocabulary and metaphors

172-184

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Judit P. Barna and Emília Pásztor

Different ways of using space: traces of domestic and ritual activities at a Late Neolithic settlement at Sormás-Török-földek

185-206

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Maria Grazia Melis

Monte d’Accoddi and the end of the Neolithic in Sardinia (Italy)

207-220

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Evyenia Yiannouli

O-pi e-de-i: on round building as an archetypical form of sacred space in the Aegean

221-230

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Danny Rosenberg, Dani Nadel and Avraham Ronen

Ein Qedem 2. A Kebaran site in Nahal Galim, Mount Carmel, Israel

231-240

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Bahattin Çelik

Karahan Tepe: a new cultural centre in the Urfa Area in Turkey

241-254

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Hojjat Darabi, Reza Naseri, Ruth Young and Hassan Fazeli Nashli

The absolute chronology of East Chia Sabz: a Pre-Pottery Neolithic site in Western Iran

255-266

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Aleksandr Vybornov

Time and palaeoenvironment in the Neolithisation of the Povolzhye forest-steppe

267-274

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Dmytro Gaskevych

A new approach to the problem of the Neolithisation of the North-Pontic area: is there a north-eastern kind of Mediterranean Impresso pottery

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Agathe Reingruber

Early Neolithic settlement patterns and exchange networks in the Aegean

291-306

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Peter Tóth, Peter Demján and Kristína Griačová

Adaptation of settlement strategies to environmental conditions in southern Slovakia in the Neolithic and Eneolithic

307-322

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Marko Porčić

An exercise in archaeological demography: estimating the population size of Late Neolithic settlements in the Central Balkans

323-332

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Kornelija Minichreiter and Zorko Marković

Architecture of Lasinja culture settlements in the light of new investigations in northern Croatia

333-344

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Rajna Sošić Klindžić

The supply system of siliceous rocks between the Drava, Sava and Danube rivers during the Starčevo culture

345-356

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Nataliia Burdo

Late Neolithic cultural elements from the Danube and Carpathian regions of Precucuteni – Trypillia A culture

357-374

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Mykhailo Videiko

The ‘disappearance’ of Trypillia culture

373-382

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Mehdi Kazempur and Nasir Eskandari

The petroglyphs of Dowzdaghi, Northwestern Iran

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