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      Lives in fragments? : Personhood and the European Neolithic

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      Journal of Social Archaeology
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            Understanding the introduction of farming and the adoption of Neolithic culture continues to be a major research objective in Europe. The authors make use of a new database of radiocarbon dates from Mesolithic and Neolithic sites to map the transition. While the overall effect is still a diffusion into Europe from the south-east, detailed spatial analysis reveals fascinating local variations: in some places change was rapid, and one population replaced another, in others it was gradual and owed to incoming ideas rather than people.
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              Prehistoric human migration in the Linearbandkeramik of Central Europe

              This paper presents a revised chronology for the Linearbandkeramik and strontium isotope measurements of human skeletal material from two cemeteries which indicate a high incidence of migration. It appears that LBK farmers were highly migratory and interacted with surrounding communities.
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                Journal
                Journal of Social Archaeology
                Journal of Social Archaeology
                SAGE Publications
                1469-6053
                1741-2951
                August 11 2016
                June 2005
                August 11 2016
                June 2005
                : 5
                : 2
                : 193-224
                Affiliations
                [1 ]Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton, UK,
                Article
                10.1177/1469605305053367
                7b7d1a56-c605-492e-983b-7b2a357b208e
                © 2005

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