Warfare, violence and slavery in prehistory: proceedings of a Prehistoric Society conference at Sheffield University
19 papers presented at the Proceedings of a Prehistoric Society conference at Sheffield University in February 2001. (1) The ancient origins of warfare and violence (I J N Thorpe); (2) Warfare, violence and slavery in later prehistory: an introduction (Mike Parker Pearson); (3) Aggression and nonhuman primates (Pia Nystrom); (4) Sociobiology, cultural anthropology and the causes of warfare (Robert Layton); (5) The physical evidence of warfare - subtle stigmata? (Christopher J Knusel); (6) The head burials from Ofnet cave: an example of warlike conflict in the Mesolithic (Jorg Orschiedt); (7) Assessing rank and warfare-strategy in prehistoric hunter-gatherer society: a study of representational warrior figures in rock-art from the Spanish Levant, southeastern Spain (George Nash); (8) The emergence of warfare in the Early Bronze Age: the Nitra group in Slovakia and Moravia, 2200-1800 BC (Andreas Harde); (9) Warfare, redistribution and society in western Iberia (Eduardo Sanchez-Moreno); (10) Warfare, violence and the construction of masculinity in the Iron Age rock art of Valcamonica, northern Italy (Lynne Bevan); (11) The dead of Tormarton - Middle Bronze Age combat victims? (Richard Osgood); (12) Giving up weapons (David Fontijn); (13) Ritual bondage, violence, slavery and sacrifice in later European prehistory (Miranda Aldhouse Green); (14) Fragmentation, mutilation and dismemberment: an interpretation of human remains on Iron Age sites (Rebecca Craig, Christopher J Knusel and Gillian Carr); (15) The origins of warfare: later prehistory in southeastern Iberia (Gonzalo Aranda Jimencz and Margarita Sanchez Romero); (16) Weaponry, statues and petroglyphs: the ideology of war in Atlantic Iron Age Iberia (Jose Freire); (17) A palaeodemographic investigation of warfare in prehistory (Neil A Bishop and Christopher J Knusel); (18) War in prehistoric society: modern views of ancient violence (John Carman and Patricia Carman); (19) Ambushed by a grotesque: archaeology, slavery and the third paradigm (Tim Taylor).
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