European Archaeology as Anthropology: Essays in Memory of Bernard Wailes

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Since the days of V. Gordon Childe, the study of the emergence of complex societies has been a central question in anthropological archaeology. However, archaeologists working in the Americanist tradition have drawn most of their models for the emergence of social complexity from research in the Middle East and Latin America. Bernard Wailes was a strong advocate for the importance of later prehistoric and early medieval Europe as an alternative model of sociopolitical evolution and trained generations of American ...

European Archaeology as Anthropology: Essays in Memory of Bernard Wailes 2017, University of Pennsylvania Museum Publications, Philadelphia

ISBN-13: 9781934536896

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