Journal Journal of Urban Archaeology , vol. 4 (2021)

Journal of Urban Archaeology 4 (2021)

  • Pages: 250 p.
  • Size:216 x 280 mm
  • Illustrations:16 b/w, 47 col., 16 tables b/w.
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2021

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59224-4
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    BIO

    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.

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    List of Illustrations

    Dark Sides of the City: Editorial, Rubina Raja and Søren M. Sindbæk

    Cities, Surplus, and the State: A Re-evaluation, Justin Jennings, Stéphanie Frenette, Sheldon Harmacy, Patrick Keenan, and Alannagh Maciw

    Urbanization and Riverine Hinterlands: A Proposal for an Integrative High-Definition and Multi-Scalar Approach to Understanding Ancient Cities and their Dynamic Natural Resources, Justin Jennings, Stéphanie Frenette, Sheldon Harmacy, Patrick Keenan, and Alannagh Maciw

    Evaluating the Environmental Kuznets Curves through Archaeological Data: A Conceptual and Theoretical Framework, Iza Romanowska, Joan Campmany Jiménez, Olympia Bobou, and Rubina Raja

    Ruins, Refugees, and Urban Abandonment in Bronze Age China, Li Min

    Urbanism in Archaic Rome: The Archaeological Evidence, Nikoline Sauer

    Cities, Information, and the Epigraphic Habit: Re-evaluating the Links between the Numbers of Inscriptions and the Sizes of Sites, J. W. Hanson

    Historical Trajectories of Palmyra’s Elites through the Lens of Archaeological Data, Olympia Bobou, Rubina Raja, and Iza Romanowska

    Urban Market Production and Coastal Trade in the Early Viking Age: A Study of Eighth-Century ad Blue Period Millefiori Beads in Central and Northern Norway, Birgit Maixner

    Defining Cities and Non-Cities through Emic and Etic Perspectives: A Case Study from Israel/Palestine during Early Islam, Hagit Nol

    The Archaeology of Emptiness? Understanding Open Urban Spaces in the Medieval World, Ben Jervis, Paweł Cembrzyński, Jeffrey Fleisher, Dries Tys, and Stephanie Wynne-Jones

    The Backfill

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