A pioneering study in historical ecology, REGIONAL DYNAMICS applies a multi-scalar approach to the study of southern Burgundy, France from the Bronze Age through the High Middle Ages, with complementary ethnographic and linguistic studies from contemporary Burgundy. Using an integrated approach based on archaeology, geology, history, ethnology, and linguistics, the authors provide a powerful case study that is of interest to anyone concerned with European history and archaeology, landscapes, and political economy.
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Carole Crumley received her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Her interdisciplinary teams have studied the history and ecology of Burgundy, France for over 20 years. Known principally for her theoretical contributions to organizational structure and regional political economy, she is Professor of Anthropology at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. William Marquardt received his Ph.D. from Washington University, St. Louis, and has done archaeological work in France, the American Southwest, Midwest, and Southeast, and Florida. He is Curator in Archaeology at the Florida Museum of Natural History, and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Florida. His interests include the emergence of complexity among fisher-gatherer-hunters, the application of dialectical concepts in regional historical-ecological studies, and the application of historical-ecological insights to contemporary issues.
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Book Description San Diego, Academic Press, 1987., 1987. Couverture rigide. Book Condition: Très bon. In-8 carré cartonnage bordeaux éditeur, XVIII-630 pp., 6 planches d'ill. photogr. en couleurs, nbr. fig., cartes et et ill. photogr. en noir dans le texte, bibliographies, index. Très bonne condition. Sommaire : Theoretical Issues in the Analysis of Spatial Patterning, WILLIAM H. MARQUARDT AND CAROLE L. CRUMLEY. - Environmental Setting, CAROLE L. CRUMLEY AND PAUL R. GREEN. - Archaeological Investigations at Mont Dardon, PAUL R. GREEN, WALTER E. BERRY, AND V. ANN TIPPITT. - Certain Factors Influencing Settlement during the Later Iron Age and Gallo-Roman Periods: The Analysis of Intensive Survey Data, CAROLE L. CRUMLEY, WILLIAM H. MARQUARDT, AND THOMAS L. LEATHERMAN. - A Multiscalar Approach to Remote Sensing in a Temperate Regional Archaeological Survey, SCOTT L. H. MADRY. - Historical Ecology, CAROLE L. CRUMLEY. - Road Networks and Exchange Systems in the Aeduan Civitas, 300 B.C.-A.D. 300, JASON E. DOWDLE. - Epona in the Aeduan Landscape: Transfunctional Deity under Changing Rule, LAURA S. OAKS. - Periodic Markets in Contemporary Southern Burgundy, CAROLE L. CRUMLEY. - Feux Celtiques: Burgundian Festival as Performance and Process, WILLIAM H. MARQUARDT AND CAROLE L. CRUMLEY. - Position of the Dialects of the Morvan and Charolais in Linguistic History, NORBERT GUINOT. - Charolais or Charollais?, HUBERT ELIE. - Celtic Settlement before the Conquest: The Dialectics of Landscape and Power, CAROLE L. CRUMLEY. - The Romans in Burgundy, PAUL MAcKENDRICK.- Southern Burgundy in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, WALTER E. BERRY. -Regional Dynamics in Burgundy, CAROLE L. CRUMLEY AND WILLIAM H. MARQUARDT. Livre d'occasion. Bookseller Inventory # 497432
Book Description Academic Press, San Diego, CA, U.S.A., 1987. Trade Paperback. Book Condition: Very Good. 7 1/2" X 9 3/8". This is a broad-scale regional study of Burgundy by an interdisciplinary team of American and French scholars that integrates ecological, economic, social, and historical factors; various chapters consider the environmental setting, archaeology, historical ecology, road networks, markets and dialects, with studies of the Celtic and Roman periods through the Middle Ages; includes maps, illustrations, and photographs; 648 pages (white pictorial cover with red lettering, faint corner crease; otherwise a bright, clean, tight copy; this is a very large, heavy volume). Bookseller Inventory # 004330