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Pots, farmers and foragers : pottery traditions and social interaction in the earliest Neolithic of the lower Rhine area

Author: B Vanmontfort; Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden.
Publisher: Leiden : Leiden University Press, ©2010.
Series: Archaeological studies Leiden University, 20.
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"In the study of earliest stage of neolithisation pottery plays a key role. The most advanced north-western settlement in the expansion of the central European Linear Pottery culture during the second half of the sixth millennium B.C. is to be found in the Lower Rhine Area. At the same time this is the northernmost extension of the synchronic and enigmatic pottery groups La Hoguette and Limburg. This volume  Read more...
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Pots, farmers and foragers.
Leiden : Leiden University Press c2010
(DLC) 2011474327
(OCoLC)662406117
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: B Vanmontfort; Rijksuniversiteit te Leiden.
ISBN: 9789400600065 9400600062
OCLC Number: 751383009
Notes: Papers presented at a workshop sponsored by Leiden University Feb. 2007.
Description: 1 online resource (213 p.) : ill., maps.
Contents: Early pottery traditions in the Lower Rhine area : in introduction --
Bowls of contention : mesolithic sites with pottery in the Lower Rhine area --
The ceramisation of the Low Countries, seen as the result of gender=specific processes of communication --
La Hoguette, Limburg and the Mesolithic : some questions --
The cannelured version of Begleitkeramik : a survey of finds and sites --
Limburg sherds at Fexhe-le-Haut-Clocher Podrî l'Cortri (Liège province, Belgium) --
Non-LBK in Dutch LBK, epi-Limburg ware at Geleen Janskamperveld --
Non-LBK pottery from Wange and Overhespen --
Not just bits of bone and shades of red : Bruchenbrücken (Hesse, Germany) and its La Hoguette pottery --
La Hoguette north of the Rhine : the Ede Frankeneng site revisited --
Ittervoort Damszand : a find of La Hoguette pottery and Begleitkeramik in the Dutch province of Limburg --
Some technological aspects of LBK and non-LBK pottery in the Rhineland --
La Hoguette in the town centre of Soest (Westphalia)? --
Fine plant temper and the origin of the Swifterbant culture --
The Swifterbant pottery tradition (5000-3400 BC) : matters of fact and matters of interest --
Early Swifterbant pottery from Hoge Vaart-A27 (Almere, the Netherlands) --
Swifterbant pottery from the Lower Scheldt Basin (NW Belgium) --
The first pottery in South Scandinavia --
Technological and typological analysis of Ertebolle and early Funnel Beaker pottery from Neustadt LA 156 and contemporary sites in northern Germany --
The earliest pottery in Britain and Ireland and its Continental background --
Early pottery in the Lower Rhine area : concluding remarks.
Series Title: Archaeological studies Leiden University, 20.
Responsibility: edited by B. Vanmontfort ... (et.al.).
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"In the study of earliest stage of neolithisation pottery plays a key role. The most advanced north-western settlement in the expansion of the central European Linear Pottery culture during the second half of the sixth millennium B.C. is to be found in the Lower Rhine Area. At the same time this is the northernmost extension of the synchronic and enigmatic pottery groups La Hoguette and Limburg. This volume convincingly states that pottery and its associated habits were among the first of the many new societal aspects to be adopted by neighbouring foraging communities."--P. [4] of cover.

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