TRANSHUMANT PASTORALISM IN SOUTHERN EUROPE

TRANSHUMANT PASTORALISM IN SOUTHERN EUROPE

Recent Perspectives from Archaeology, History, and Ethnology

Szerkesztette: László Bartosiewicz, Haskel J. Greenfield

Archaeolingua, 1999

 

One of the ultimate goals of this volume is to present a series of testable models, based upon the historic, ethnographic and ecological/ethological data, that can be used to help identify the signs of transhumant pastoral adaptations in the archaeological record. Archaeologists have long recognized the difficulty in establishing the presence and significance of transhumant pastoralism to the study of prehistoric cultural systems. Transhumant pastoralists are the invisible, although frequently inveighed against elements of prehistoric economic and social systems.

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Tartalomjegyzék:

A.-M. Brisebarre
Organization of ovine transhumance in Cévennes, France
F. Baker
The ethnoarchaeology of transhumance in the southern Abruzzi of Central Italy: an interdisciplinary approach
L. Bartosiewicz
The role of sheep versus goat in meat consumption at archaeological sites
T. Cevc
The architectural origin of two types of herdsmen's huts from Slovenian Alpine pastures
E. Chalkea
Ecological adaptations of the Sarakatsani (Epirus-Zagori-Greece)
C. Chang
The ethnoarchaeology of pastoral sites in the Grevena region of Northern Greece
E. Comsa
Aspects du métier de pâtre au cours du néolithique tardif et de la période de transition vers l'âge du bronze dans le territore de la Roumanie
N. Efstratiou
Pastoralism in highland Rhodope: Archaeological implications from recent observations
H. Grassl
Women in Ancient Pastoralism
H. J. Greenfield
A model of the origins of transhumant pastoralism and the colonization of agriculturally marginal highlands in temperate Southeastern Europe
J. M. Halpern
The ecological transformation of a resettled area, pig herders to settled farmers in Central Serbia (Šumadija, Yugoslavia) during the 19th and 20th centuries
M. Moreno García
Ethnographic observations of transhumant husbandry practices in Spain and their applicability to the archaeological sample
J. G. Nandris
Ethnoarchaeology and latinity in the mountains of the southern Velebit
M. L. Ryder
Did Vlach shepherds spread sheep-milking customs through south-east Europe?
J. Senegaènik
The contemporary pasture economy in the Slovenian Alps
I. Smerdel
The three "sheepmasters". Transhumance in Pivka (Slovenia) from the middle of 19th to the middle of 20th century.
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