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Muge 150th

The 150th Anniversary of the Discovery of Mesolithic Shellmiddens—Volume 2

Editor(s): Nuno Bicho, Cleia Detry, T. Douglas Price, Eugénia Cunha
Subject: History

Book Description

Muge 150th: The 150th Anniversary of the Discovery of Mesolithic Shellmiddens is organised into two volumes. While the first volume focused on Mesolithic finds in both the Muge and Sado valleys, this book, with a total of twenty-two chapters, brings together a series of papers on the Mesolithic period and its transition to the Neolithic all over Europe, including Denmark, France, Germany, Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Servia, Sweden and the UK, as well as a series of general papers discussing methodological or theoretical aspects of the Mesolithic. In addition, the closing chapters of this volume venture outside the realm of the European Mesolithic-Neolithic world, presenting case studies on shell middens from both the Patagonia and the Red Sea.

Hardback

ISBN-13: 978-1-4438-8216-3
ISBN-10: 1-4438-8216-X
Date of Publication: 01/12/2015
Pages / Size: 345 / A5
Price: £52.99
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Biography

Nuno Ferreira Bicho is Director of the Interdisciplinary Center for Archaeology and the Evolution of Human Behavior (ICArEHB) and Associate Professor of Archaeology at the University of Algarve. His publications include Prehistory of Algarve, Trekking the Shore, Manual de Arqueologia Pré-histórica, and Use-Wear and Residue Analysis in Archaeology.

Cleia Detry has been a Researcher at the Center for Archaeology of the University of Lisbon (UNIARQ) for almost a decade, and teaches in the Graduate programs in Archaeology. She was the first doctoral student specializing in Zooarchaeology in Portugal. She has published extensively in the topic, including the Proceedings of the first Zooarchaeology Conference in Portugal.

T. Douglas Price is Weinstein Professor of European Archaeology Emeritus at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Honorary Professor in Archaeology at the University of Aarhus, Denmark. Some of his earlier books include Images of the Past, Principles of Archaeology, Europe’s First Farmers, and Europe before Rome.

Eugénia Cunha is a Full Professor at the University of Coimbra, Portugal, and the National Consultant in Forensic Anthropology for the National Institute of Legal Medicine and Forensic Sciences in Portugal. She has published multiple articles and volumes in the fields of forensics and human evolution.