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Early social complexity in Iberia; some theoretical remarks

AutorVicent García, Juan Manuel
Palabras claveprehistory
social complexity
historical materialism
Fecha de publicación1995
EditorLillios, Katina T.
CitaciónThe origins of complex societies in late prehistoric iberia. International Monographs in Prehistory. Ann Arbor, Michigan.
SerieArchaeological Series
ResumenThe emergence of ranked societies in Iberia has been attributed to one of two alternative phe¬nomena: the development of metallurgy and, more recently, the Secondary Products Revolu¬tion. This paper proposes a critical reconsidera¬tion of these approaches from the perspective of historical materialism. It is suggested that the process of increasing social inequality in post-Neolithic societies is related to the degree to which primary producers were made vulnerable to direct exploitation, thus providing the basis for the establishment of a limited tributary mode of production.
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