Journal Journal of Urban Archaeology , vol. 5 (2022)

Journal of Urban Archaeology 5 (2022)

Anomalocivitas

  • Pages: 246 p.
  • Size:216 x 280 mm
  • Illustrations:33 b/w, 55 col., 17 tables b/w., 11 maps b/w
  • Language(s):English
  • Publication Year:2022

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  • ISBN: 978-2-503-59757-7
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    List of Illustrations

    Anomalocivitas — Editorial, Rubina Raja & Søren M. Sindbæk

    Anomalocivitas, Weak Ties, and Strange Attractors. A Framework for the Archaeology of Urban Origins, Søren M. Sindbæk

    The Naming of Parts: Integrating Urban Difference, Roland Fletcher, Kirrily White, and Ben Dharmendra

    Urban Scalograms. An Experiment in Scaling, Emergence, and Greek and Roman Urban Form, J.W. Hanson

    Trypillia Mega-Sites. Neither Urban nor Low-Density?, René Ohlrau

    Bringing the Country to Town. ‘Rurban’ Landscapes in Iron Age Europe, Tom Moore and Manuel Fernández-Götz

    Urban Samnium? Towards a Literary and Archaeological Re-evaluation, Kevin S. Lee

    Reframing the Foundation of Monte Albán, Gary M. Feinman, Richard E. Blanton, Linda M. Nicholas, and Stephen A. Kowalewski

    The Paradox of Palmyra. An Ancient Anomalopolis in the Desert, Rubina Raja and Eivind Heldaas Seland

    The Long History of Early Medieval Urbanism on the Island of Walcheren (Netherlands). Towards a Biography of Urban Continuity, Pieterjan Deckers

    Animal Husbandry, Import Replacement, and Urban Growth in Medieval Odense, Denmark, Kirstine Haase

    Voluntary Camps and Practical Machine Sites. What these Non-Urban Settlements Teach us About Urbanism, Michael E. Smith

    The Backfill

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