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Communicating identity in Italic iron age communities

Margarita Gleba

Communicating identity in Italic iron age communities

by Margarita Gleba

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Published by Oxbow Books in Oakville, CT .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Iron age,
  • Antiquities,
  • Ethnoarchaeology,
  • Social archaeology

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementedited by Margarita Gleba and Helle W. Horsnæs
    ContributionsHorsnaes, Helle W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGN780.22.I8 C665 2011
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25046053M
    ISBN 109781842179918
    LC Control Number2011019877

      The subject of this paper is the presentation of a previously unknown local red-figure pottery workshop from central Macedonia, probably in Pella, capital of . Organized a.o. international symposia on): Urbanization in the Mediterranean in the 9th to 6th centuries BC (publ. as Acta Hyperborea 7, ), Single Finds the Nordic Perspective (publ. as NNÅ ) and Communicating Identity in Italic Iron Age Communities (Oxbow ). ErfaringTitle: Senior researcher at Nationalmuseet.

    Communicating Identity in Italic Iron Age Communities. Oxford University Press (), Unintentionally being Lucanian: dynamics beyond hybridity. In S. Hales & T. Hodos (eds.), Material Culture & Social Identities in the Ancient World. Cambridge (), Select Conferences, Workshops and Colloquia: Created and Organised.   Communicating Identity in Italic Iron Age Communities - Kindle edition by Margarita Gleba, Helle W. Horsnaes. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Communicating Identity in Italic Iron Age Communities.

    Communicating Identity in Italic Iron Age Communities. Oxford (), Italic sanctuaries in context: unpicking rural myths. Journal of Roman Archaeol (), Unintentionally being Lucanian: dynamics beyond hybridity. In S. Hales & T. Hodos (eds.), Material Culture & Social Identities in the Ancient World. Cambridge ( Books. M. Gleba and J. Pasztokai-Szeöke, Making Textiles in Pre-Roman and Roman Times: People, Places, Identities, Ancient Textiles Ser Oxford, Oxbow Books. M. Gleba and U. Mannering (eds.), Textiles and Textile Production in Europe from Prehistory to AD , Ancient Textiles Ser Oxford, Oxbow Books. M. Gleba and H. W. Horsnaes, Communicating Identity in Iron Age.


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