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Patterns of spatial regularity in late prehistoric material culture styles of the NW Iberian Peninsula

AuthorsPrieto-Martínez, M. Pilar ; Cobas Fernández, Isabel ; Criado-Boado, Felipe
KeywordsLaboratorio de Arqueología del Paisaje
Laboratory of Landscape Archaeology
Patterns of spatial regularity
material culture
NW Iberian Peninsula
Issue Date2003
CitationEn Alex Gibson (ed.). Prehistoric Pottery: people, pattern and purpose. British Archaeological Reports, International Series
Vol. 1156 pp.147-188 Lugar: Oxford
Abstract[EN] This paper explorer the relationship between archaeological material culture and social landscapes in Prehistoric societies. It argues that it is possible to find and define regultarities between ceramic styles (particulary decorative styles) and the strategies used to construct the cultural landscape. This hypothesis is based on the principle that both phenomena are expressed throughout spatial forms whose organisation was determined by the codes for representing space that existed within a given socio-cultural order.
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