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The Archaeology of Death
by Robert W. Chapman, Ian Kinnes, Klavs Randsborg
- Author: Robert W. Chapman, Ian Kinnes, Klavs Randsborg
- Genres: archaeology
- Release date: May 1, 2009
- Format: paperback, 168 pages
- Language: english
- ISBN: 9780521110785 (0521110785)
- Publisher: Cambridge University Press
About The Book
Evidence for the disposal of the dead is one of the most common classes of archaeological data; in both prehistoric and historic contexts, archaeologists have long used the remains of death and burial as a source for interpretations of society, culture and ethnic identity. This volume, bringing together studies on the disposal of the dead, explores the frontiers and potential of research and presents critical appraisals of theory about social organisation and culture change. It contains case studies from both North America and Europe and themes include the complex social factors behind burial in monuments and cemeteries, the relationship between status, diet, disease and mortality, the use of differential burial practices to define rank and the underlying reasons for major changes in burial patterns.
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