By Toby C. Wilkinson, Susan Sherratt, John Bennet
How will we comprehend the systemic interactions that came about in and among diversified areas of prehistoric Eurasia and their effects for people, teams and areas on either a theoretical and empirical foundation? Such interactions helped create financial and cultural spheres that have been at the same time based but unique. This quantity, rising from a convention hosted in reminiscence of Professor Andrew Sherratt in Sheffield in April 2008 and in honour of his contributions to large-scale monetary historical past, provides a few various archaeological responses to this challenge. those variety from from "world-systems" via "ritual economies" to "textile rivalries" and deal with the problem of documenting, explaining and figuring out the more and more interwoven worlds of prehistoric Eurasia.
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Interweaving Worlds: Systemic Interactions in Eurasia, 7th to 1st Millennia BC by Toby C. Wilkinson, Susan Sherratt, John Bennet