Journal of Urban Archaeology 3 (2021)
- Pages: 146 p.
- Size:216 x 280 mm
- Illustrations:20 b/w, 35 col., 5 tables b/w.
- Publication Year:2021
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- ISBN: 978-2-503-59223-7
Rubina Raja is Professor of Classical Archaeology at Aarhus University, Denmark, and centre director of the Danish National Research Foundation’s Centre of Excellence for Urban Network Evolutions. She specializes in Mediterranean and Near Eastern Archaeology in a diachronic perspective with focus on urban societies.
Søren M. Sindbæk is Professor of Medieval Archaeology at Aarhus University, Denmark, and co-director of the Centre for Urban Network Evolutions. He specializes in viking and early medieval Europe, with a focus on urbanism and social networks.
List of Illustrations
Network Evolutions And High-Definition Narratives: An Introduction, Rubina Raja and Søren M. Sindbæk
Tracing the Trigger of Social Change in the Medieval Town through Imported Food, Objects, and their Biographies, Kirstine Haase and Neeke M. Hammers
A Long-Term Archaeological Reappraisal of Low-Density Urbanism: Implications for Contemporary Cities, Scott Hawken and Roland Fletcher
Interfaces and Crossroads, Contexts and Communications: Early Medieval Towns in the Syr-Darya Delta (Kazakhstan), Heinrich Härke and Irina Arzhantseva
High-Definition Urban Narratives from Central Rome: Virtual Reconstructions of the Past and the New Caesar’s Forum Excavations, Jan Kindberg Jacobsen, Giovanni Murro, Claudio Parisi Presicce, Rubina Raja, Sine Grove Saxkjær, and Massimo Vitti
Srivijaya: Trade and Connectivity in the Pre-Modern Malay World, Pierre-Yves Manguin
Intramuros: Investigating Relations between Cross-Industry Practices and Networks through Sixth-Century AD Sagalassos, Elizabeth A. Murphy and Jeroen Poblome
Towards Romanization 2.0: High-Definition Narratives in the Roman North-West, Martin Pitts
Associations and Interactions in Urban Networks of the Roman Near East, Eivind Heldaas Seland
Incorporating Geographical Imagination into Early Urban Demographic Estimates, Peter J. Taylor