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by Carol Kramer

eBook Village Ethnoarchaeology: Rural Iran in Archaeological Perspective (Studies in archaeology) epub
  • ISBN: 0124250203
  • Author: Carol Kramer
  • Genre: History
  • Subcategory: Americas
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Academic Pr (July 1, 1982)
  • Pages: 302 pages
  • ePUB size: 1838 kb
  • FB2 size 1279 kb
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Village Ethnoarchaeology: Rural Iran in Archaeological Perspective discusses selected tangible features of the subject area, noting the differences in households . Village Ethnoarchaeology - Carol Kramer.

Village Ethnoarchaeology: Rural Iran in Archaeological Perspective discusses selected tangible features of the subject area, noting the differences in households and associated material culture. The text also deals with material correlates of sociocultural behavior, spatial organization, architectural variability, regional patterns, and archaeological sampling strategies.

The book presents a study based on three sets of contemporary data: (1) from an. .Chapter 3 Variation in Economie Status in Village Households.

The book presents a study based on three sets of contemporary data: (1) from an ethnographic fieldwork on Aliabad in summer 1975; (2) the census and cartographic documents published by the Iranian government; and (3) a corpus of published comparative ethnographic data. The book notes that among the households in Aliabad, which is neither economically stratified nor markedly heterogeneous, economic variations exist.

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Mitchell S. Rothman, "Two Ethnoarchaeological Studies and the Questions They Raise: Archaeological Ethnography in Western Iran by Patty Jo Watson; Village Ethnoarchaeology: Rural Iran in Archaeological Perspective by Carol Kramer," Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental.

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Village Ethnoarchaeology Rural Iran in Archaeological Perspective by Carol Kramer and Publisher Academic Press. Description : Village Ethnoarchaeology: Rural Iran in Archaeological Perspective discusses selected tangible features of the subject area, noting the differences in households and associated material culture. The book presents a study based on three sets of contemporary data: (1) from an ethnographic fieldwork on Aliabad in summer 1975; (2) the census and cartographic documents published by the Iranian government; and (3) a corpus of published comparative ethnographic data.

Carol Kramer was a pioneer in the development of ethnoarchaeology, having excavated Iron Age levels at Dinkha Tepe in Iran, as well as at other . Ethnoarchaeology is defined by the authors as the study of living culture from archaeological perspectives

Carol Kramer was a pioneer in the development of ethnoarchaeology, having excavated Iron Age levels at Dinkha Tepe in Iran, as well as at other sites in Iran, Guatemala and Turkey. Ethnoarchaeology is defined by the authors as the study of living culture from archaeological perspectives. It embodies a range of approaches to understanding the relationships of material culture, to culture as a whole. It acknowledges both contexts of material culture, among the living, and as it enters the archaeological record.

Academic Press, New York, 1982. Richard A. Gould, Carol Kramer. Published: 20 January 1984. in American Antiquity. American Antiquity, Volume 49, pp 201-202; doi:10.

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