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Hoards from the Neolithic to the Metal Ages. Technical and codified practices. Session of the XIth Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists

Abstract : Eleven papers from a session held at the EAA conference in Cork, Ireland, in 2005. Contents: 1) Hoards from the Neolithic to the Metal Ages: Technical and Codified Practices – Introduction (Caroline Hamon and Bénédicte Quilliec); 2) ‘Traders' hoards'. Reviewing the Relationship between Trade and Permanent Deposition: the Case of the Dutch Voorhout Hoard (David Fontijn); 3) The Symbolic Value of Grindingstones Hoards: Technical Properties of Neolithic Examples (Caroline Hamon); 4) Neolithic Depositions in the Northern Netherlands (Karsten Wentink and Annelou van Gijn); 5) Interpretation Elements of Hoards from the Late Bronze Age in Lorraine and Saar through Technical Studies (forming process and metal composition) (Cécile Veber); 6) Iberian Psycho. Deliberate Destruction in Bronze Age Gold Hoards of the Iberian Peninsula (Alicia Perea); 7) Voluntary Destructions of Objects in Middle and Late Bronze Age Hoards in France (Maréva Gabillot and Céline Lagarde); 8) Use, Wear and Damage: Treatment of Bronze Swords before Deposition (Bénédicte Quilliec); 9) Doing away with Dichotomies? Comparative Use-Wear Analysis of Early Bronze Age Axes from Scotland (Shaun Moyler); 10) Hoards and Flint Blades in Western France at the End of the Neolithic (Ewen Ihuel); 11) Other than Bronze: Substances and Incorporation in Danish Bronze Age Hoards (Steven Matthews).
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Caroline Hamon, Benedicte Quilliec. Hoards from the Neolithic to the Metal Ages. Technical and codified practices. Session of the XIth Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists. BAR International Series 1758, Archaeopress, Oxford., pp.120, 2008. ⟨hal-00347141⟩

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