Band 13: Mesolithische Bestattungen – Riten, Symbole und soziale Organisation früher postglazialer Gemeinschaften – Mesolithic burials – Rites, symbols and social organisation of early postglacial communities

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Inhalt

Band I
1. Preface of the editors
2. Mesolithic burials – Rites, symbols and social organisation of early postglacial communities (J.M. Grünberg)
3. A chrono-geographic look at Mesolithic burials: an initial study (C. Meiklejohn, J. Babb & W. Hiebert)
4. Afterlife in the Danish Mesolithic – the creation, use and discarding of »Loose Human Bones« (E. Brinch Petersen)
5. Loose human bones from the Danish Mesolithic (S.A. Sørensen)
6. Hammelev. An Early Mesolithic cremation grave from Southern Jutland, Denmark (B.V. Eriksen & H.C.H. Andersen)
7. Late Mesolithic ochre graves at Nederst, Denmark: ochre rituals and customs of personal adornment (E. Kannegaard)
8. Double burials and cremations from the Late Mesolithic site of Nivå 10, Eastern Denmark (O.L. Jensen)
9. Papooses in the Mesolithic? A reinterpretation of tooth and snail shell ornaments found in grave 8 at Bøgebakken and other Mesolithic burials (P. Vang Petersen)
10. Early Mesolithic burials from Bohuslän, western Sweden (K.-G. Sjögren & T. Ahlström)
11. The Mesolithic cemetery at Strandvägen, Motala, in eastern central Sweden (S. Gummesson & F. Molin)
12. Skulls on stakes and skulls in water. Mesolithic mortuary rituals at Kanaljorden, Motala, Sweden 7000 BP (F. Hallgren & E. Fornander)
13. Some aspects of mortuary practices at the Late Mesolithic cemeteries at Skateholm, southernmost Sweden (L. Larsson)
14. Re-thinking the Stone Age burial ground of Jönsas, Southern Finland (M. Ahola)
15. Biržulis lake islands Donkalnis and Spiginas Mesolithic cemeteries (West Lithuania) (A. Butrimas)
16. Skeletal markers of activities and social status in Lithuanian and Latvian Mesolithic-Neolithic population (R. Jankauskas, Ž. Miliauskien? & M. Daubaras)
17. Mesolithic burial traditions in Latvia. A case study from Zvejnieki burial ground (I. Zagorska)
18. New research on the human burials of Ri??ukalns, Latvia (H. Lübke, U. Brinker, J. Meadows, V. B?rzi?š & I. Zagorska)
19. The Mesolithic burials of the Middle Elbe-Saale region (J.M. Grünberg)
20. Analyses of Mesolithic grave goods from upright seated individuals in Central Germany (J.M. Grünberg, H.A. Graetsch, K.-U. Heußner & K. Schneider)
21. Bioarchaeology of the Mesolithic individuals from Bottendorf (Thuringia, Germany) (M. Stecher, J.M. Grünberg & K.W. Alt)
22. A Mesolithic cremation burial and a hazelnut roasting site in Coswig, Wittenberg District, Central Germany (M. Küßner & T. Schunke)
23. Mesolithic burials and loose human bones on the northern edge of the Thuringian mountains in Central Germany (M. Küßner)
24. Mesolithic human remains from Southern Germany (J. Orschiedt & C.-J. Kind)
25. The Mesolithic burials of North-Eastern Germany – synopsis and new aspects (B. Gramsch)
26. A burial on the edge of the Oderbruch (M. Ismail-Weber)
27. New investigations into the Mesolithic burial of Groß Fredenwalde, Brandenburg – first results (B. Jungklaus, A. Kotula & T. Terberger)
28. The old woman from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (S. Pratsch)

Band II
29. New data concerning Mesolithic burials in Polish territory (Z. Sulgostowska)
30. A new osteological analysis of Janis?awice Man (?.M. Stanaszek & H. Ma?kowska-Pliszka)
31. Exception as a rule. Unusual Mesolithic cemetery and other graves at Dudka and Szczepanki, Masuria, NE-Poland (W. Gumi?ski & K. Bugajska)
32. How many steps to heaven? Loose human bones and secondary burials at Dudka and Szczepanki, the Stone Age foragers’ sites in Masuria, NE-Poland (K. Bugajska & W. Gumi?ski)
33. Analyses of the placement of disarticulated human remains in Stone Age shell middens in Europe (E. Hellewell & N. Milner)
34. Holes in the world: the use of caves for burial in the Mesolithic (R.J. Schulting)
35. A small Middle Mesolithic cemetery with cremation burials from Rotterdam, the Netherlands (M.J.L.T. Niekus, P.H.J.I. Ploegaert, J.T. Zeiler & L. Smits)
36. Burial and non-burial at Late Mesolithic Hardinxveld (NL) (L. Louwe Kooijmans, T. Hamburg & L. Smits)
37. The bone pins from Téviec (Morbihan, France) illuminate Mesolithic social organization (É. David)
38. Roots of death: origins of human burial and the research on Early Holocene mortuary practices in the Iberian Peninsula (R. Peyroteo Stjerna)
39. Muge Mesolithic burials, a synthesis on mortuary archaeology (M. Jackes & D. Lubell)
40. Mortuary variability at Moita do Sebastião & Cabeço da Amoreira (Muge, central Portugal) (O. Figueiredo, C. Umbelino & N. Bicho)
41. Human burials in the Mesolithic of Muge and the origins of social differentiation: the case of Cabeço da Amoreira, Portugal (C. Umbelino, C. Gonçalves, O. Figueiredo, T. Pereira, J. Cascalheira, J. Marreiros & N. Bicho)
42. Grave goods in the Mesolithic of southern Europe: an overview (P. Arias)
43. The Mesolithic cemetery of El Collado. State of the art and new results (X. Terradas, J.F. Gibaja, M.E. Subirà, F.J. Santos, L. Agulló, I. Gómez-Martínez, F. Allièse, J. Fernández-López de Pablo, E. Fernández, C. Gamba, E. Arroyo & J. Aparicio)
44. The Mesolithic burial of Campu Stefanu (Corsica, France) (P. Courtaud, H.C. Petersen, A. Zemour, F. Leandri & J. Cesari)
45. Mesolithic burials at S’Omu e S’Orku (SOMK) on the south-western coast of Sardinia (R.T. Melis & M. Mussi)
46. The Castelnovian burial of Mondeval de Sora (San Vito di Cadore, Belluno, Italy): evidence for changes in the social organisation of Late Mesolithic hunter-gatherers in north-eastern Italy (F. Fontana, A. Guerreschi, S. Bertola, F. Briois & S. Ziggiotti)
47. The Icoana burials in context (A. Boronean? & C. Bonsall)
48. Good to eat and good to think? Evidence of the consumption of ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) and white-tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) in the Late Mesolithic at Yuzhniy Oleniy Ostrov, NW Russia (K. Mannermaa)
49. Funeral rituals of the population of the Eastern Lake Onega region (based on materials from Popovo and Peschanitsa cemeteries) (S.V. Oshibkina)
50. Bodies, bits and pieces II: the Late Palaeolithic and Early Mesolithic burial practices in Europe (J. Orschiedt) 51. No future? No past? Mesolithic heritage in Neolithic burials (B. Gehlen)
52. Subsistence and status at Port au Choix, Newfoundland, Canada: Maritime Archaic Indian mortuary practices and social structure (J. Jelsma)
53. Windover: an overview (G.H. Doran & G.P. Thomas)
54. Ethnological records of Australia’s sub-recent indigenes – their treatment of corpses before final disposal (R. Struwe)
55. Final comments (L. Larsson)
56. Programme of the international conference on »Mesolithic burials – Rites, symbols and social organisation of early postglacial communities«, Halle (Saale), 18th-21st September 2013

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4-09-13

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Verkaufsprogramm

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Archäologie Sachsen-Anhalt

Hauptgruppe

Tagungen des Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte Halle (Saale)

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Tagungen des Landesmuseum für Vorgeschichte Halle (Saale)

ISBN

978-3-944507-43-9

KurzbezTitel

Band 13: Mesolithische Bestattungen – Riten, Symbole und soziale Organisation früher postglazialer Gemeinschaften – Mesolithic burials – Rites, symbols and social organisation of early postglacial communities

Autor

edited by Judith M. Grünberg, Bernhard Gramsch, Lars Larsson, Jörg Orschiedt and Harald Meller

Erscheinungsjahr

Halle (Saale) 2016

TechnischeAbgaben

2 Bände 912 Seiten, 93 Tabellen und 682 meist farbige Abbildungen, Karten und Pläne, teils mehrteilig, 54 Beiträge zum Stand der Forschung, Festeinband, 21, 5 x 30, 0 cm

Inhalt

Inhalt Band I 1. Preface of the editors 2. Mesolithic burials – Rites, symbols and social organisation of early postglacial communities (J.M. Grünberg) 3. A chrono-geographic look at Mesolithic burials: an initial study (C. Meiklejohn, J. Babb & W. Hiebert) 4. Afterlife in the Danish Mesolithic – the creation, use and discarding of »Loose Human Bones« (E. Brinch Petersen) 5. Loose human bones from the Danish Mesolithic (S.A. Sørensen) 6. Hammelev. An Early Mesolithic cremation grave from Southern Jutland, Denmark (B.V. Eriksen & H.C.H. Andersen) 7. Late Mesolithic ochre graves at Nederst, Denmark: ochre rituals and customs of personal adornment (E. Kannegaard) 8. Double burials and cremations from the Late Mesolithic site of Nivå 10, Eastern Denmark (O.L. Jensen) 9. Papooses in the Mesolithic? A reinterpretation of tooth and snail shell ornaments found in grave 8 at Bøgebakken and other Mesolithic burials (P. Vang Petersen) 10. Early Mesolithic burials from Bohuslän, western Sweden (K.-G. Sjögren & T. Ahlström) 11. The Mesolithic cemetery at Strandvägen, Motala, in eastern central Sweden (S. Gummesson & F. Molin) 12. Skulls on stakes and skulls in water. Mesolithic mortuary rituals at Kanaljorden, Motala, Sweden 7000 BP (F. Hallgren & E. Fornander) 13. Some aspects of mortuary practices at the Late Mesolithic cemeteries at Skateholm, southernmost Sweden (L. Larsson) 14. Re-thinking the Stone Age burial ground of Jönsas, Southern Finland (M. Ahola) 15. Biržulis lake islands Donkalnis and Spiginas Mesolithic cemeteries (West Lithuania) (A. Butrimas) 16. Skeletal markers of activities and social status in Lithuanian and Latvian Mesolithic-Neolithic population (R. Jankauskas, Ž. Miliauskien? & M. Daubaras) 17. Mesolithic burial traditions in Latvia. A case study from Zvejnieki burial ground (I. Zagorska) 18. New research on the human burials of Ri??ukalns, Latvia (H. Lübke, U. Brinker, J. Meadows, V. B?rzi?š & I. Zagorska) 19. The Mesolithic burials of the Middle Elbe-Saale region (J.M. Grünberg) 20. Analyses of Mesolithic grave goods from upright seated individuals in Central Germany (J.M. Grünberg, H.A. Graetsch, K.-U. Heußner & K. Schneider) 21. Bioarchaeology of the Mesolithic individuals from Bottendorf (Thuringia, Germany) (M. Stecher, J.M. Grünberg & K.W. Alt) 22. A Mesolithic cremation burial and a hazelnut roasting site in Coswig, Wittenberg District, Central Germany (M. Küßner & T. Schunke) 23. Mesolithic burials and loose human bones on the northern edge of the Thuringian mountains in Central Germany (M. Küßner) 24. Mesolithic human remains from Southern Germany (J. Orschiedt & C.-J. Kind) 25. The Mesolithic burials of North-Eastern Germany – synopsis and new aspects (B. Gramsch) 26. A burial on the edge of the Oderbruch (M. Ismail-Weber) 27. New investigations into the Mesolithic burial of Groß Fredenwalde, Brandenburg – first results (B. Jungklaus, A. Kotula & T. Terberger) 28. The old woman from Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (S. Pratsch) Band II 29. New data concerning Mesolithic burials in Polish territory (Z. Sulgostowska) 30. A new osteological analysis of Janis?awice Man (?.M. Stanaszek & H. Ma?kowska-Pliszka) 31. Exception as a rule. Unusual Mesolithic cemetery and other graves at Dudka and Szczepanki, Masuria, NE-Poland (W. Gumi?ski & K. Bugajska) 32. How many steps to heaven? Loose human bones and secondary burials at Dudka and Szczepanki, the Stone Age foragers’ sites in Masuria, NE-Poland (K. Bugajska & W. Gumi?ski) 33. Analyses of the placement of disarticulated human remains in Stone Age shell middens in Europe (E. Hellewell & N. Milner) 34. Holes in the world: the use of caves for burial in the Mesolithic (R.J. Schulting) 35. A small Middle Mesolithic cemetery with cremation burials from Rotterdam, the Netherlands (M.J.L.T. Niekus, P.H.J.I. Ploegaert, J.T. Zeiler & L. Smits) 36. Burial and non-burial at Late Mesolithic Hardinxveld (NL) (L. Louwe Kooijmans, T. Hamburg & L. Smits) 37. The bone pins from Téviec (Morbihan, France) illuminate Mesolithic social organization (É. David) 38. Roots of death: origins of human burial and the research on Early Holocene mortuary practices in the Iberian Peninsula (R. Peyroteo Stjerna) 39. Muge Mesolithic burials, a synthesis on mortuary archaeology (M. Jackes & D. Lubell) 40. Mortuary variability at Moita do Sebastião & Cabeço da Amoreira (Muge, central Portugal) (O. Figueiredo, C. Umbelino & N. Bicho) 41. Human burials in the Mesolithic of Muge and the origins of social differentiation: the case of Cabeço da Amoreira, Portugal (C. Umbelino, C. Gonçalves, O. Figueiredo, T. Pereira, J. Cascalheira, J. Marreiros & N. Bicho) 42. Grave goods in the Mesolithic of southern Europe: an overview (P. Arias) 43. The Mesolithic cemetery of El Collado. State of the art and new results (X. Terradas, J.F. Gibaja, M.E. Subirà, F.J. Santos, L. Agulló, I. Gómez-Martínez, F. Allièse, J. Fernández-López de Pablo, E. Fernández, C. Gamba, E. Arroyo & J. Aparicio) 44. The Mesolithic burial of Campu Stefanu (Corsica, France) (P. Courtaud, H.C. Petersen, A. Zemour, F. Leandri & J. Cesari) 45. Mesolithic burials at S’Omu e S’Orku (SOMK) on the south-western coast of Sardinia (R.T. Melis & M. Mussi) 46. The Castelnovian burial of Mondeval de Sora (San Vito di Cadore, Belluno, Italy): evidence for changes in the social organisation of Late Mesolithic hunter-gatherers in north-eastern Italy (F. Fontana, A. Guerreschi, S. Bertola, F. Briois & S. Ziggiotti) 47. The Icoana burials in context (A. Boronean? & C. Bonsall) 48. Good to eat and good to think? Evidence of the consumption of ospreys (Pandion haliaetus) and white-tailed eagles (Haliaeetus albicilla) in the Late Mesolithic at Yuzhniy Oleniy Ostrov, NW Russia (K. Mannermaa) 49. Funeral rituals of the population of the Eastern Lake Onega region (based on materials from Popovo and Peschanitsa cemeteries) (S.V. Oshibkina) 50. Bodies, bits and pieces II: the Late Palaeolithic and Early Mesolithic burial practices in Europe (J. Orschiedt) 51. No future? No past? Mesolithic heritage in Neolithic burials (B. Gehlen) 52. Subsistence and status at Port au Choix, Newfoundland, Canada: Maritime Archaic Indian mortuary practices and social structure (J. Jelsma) 53. Windover: an overview (G.H. Doran & G.P. Thomas) 54. Ethnological records of Australia’s sub-recent indigenes – their treatment of corpses before final disposal (R. Struwe) 55. Final comments (L. Larsson) 56. Programme of the international conference on »Mesolithic burials – Rites, symbols and social organisation of early postglacial communities«, Halle (Saale), 18th-21st September 2013

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