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Furholt M., Lüth F., Müller J. (eds.) Megaliths and Identities. Early Monuments and Neolithic Societies from the Atlantic to the Baltic
3rd European Megalithic Studies Group Meeting (13th – 15th of May 2010 at Kiel Universitiy). — Bonn: Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH, 2011. — 293 pp. — (Frühe Monumentalität und soziale Differenzierung, Band 1). — ISBN 978-3-7749-3745-1.

 

The third meeting of the European Megalithic Studies Group was held on 13th – 15th of May 2010 at the Christian-Albrechts-University Kiel. It was co-organised by the DFG Priority Program 1400, the Römisch-Germanische Kommission Frankfurt/Main, the Graduate School “Human Development in Landscapes” and the Institute of Pre- and Protohistoric Archaeology at Kiel, and the University of Durham.
27 papers on the topic “Megaliths and Identities” were presented to an international audience and were considered and discussed by archaeologists working on the megalithic monuments of Western, Northern and Central Europe. These discussions clearly revealed the different approaches and concepts that derive from specific national, regional and institutional traditions, research environments and recent developments.

 

Introduction.
Martin Furholt, Friedrich Lüth and Johannes Müller. Introduction.
Martin Furholt and Johannes Müller. The earliest monuments in Europe – architecture and social structures (5000 – 3000 BC).

 

Identifying Monuments.
Timothy Darvill. Megaliths, monuments and materiality.
Richard Bradley. Passage graves, statues and standing stones: megaliths and social identities in prehistoric Scotland and Ireland.
Muiris O´Sullivan. Megalithic tombs and storied landscapes in Neolithic Ireland.
Doris Mischka. Flintbek LA 3, biography of a monument.
Chris Scarre. Stone people: monuments and identities in the Channel Islands.

 

Monuments and Neolithic Identities.
Martin Furholt. A virtual and a practiced Neolithic? Material culture symbolism, monumentality and identities in the Western Baltic region.
Magdalena S. Midgley. Who was who in the Neolithic?
Martin Hinz. Who for whom? Ritual architecture and the related population.
Niels H. Andersen. Causewayed enclosures and megalithic monuments as media for shaping Neolithic identities.
Karl-Göran Sjögren. Megaliths, landscapes and identities: the case of Falbygden, Sweden.
Constanze Rassmann. Identities overseas? The long barrows in Denmark and Britain.
Kerstin Schierhold. The Gallery Graves of Hesse and Westphalia: Expressions of different identity(ies)?
Sławomir Kadrow. Confrontation of social strategies? – Danubian fortified settlements and the Funnel Beaker monuments in SE Poland.
Luc Laporte. Innate and/or expressed identities: Their conceptualization through monumentality, funerary practices and grave goods? Some examples from the megalithic tradition of western France.

Monuments and Social Change.
Serge Cassen, Pierre Pétrequin, Christine Boujot, Salvador Domínguez-Bella, Mikaël Guiavarc’h and Guirec Querré. Measuring distinction in the megalithic architecture of the Carnac region: from sign to material.
Philippe Chambon and Aline Thomas. The first monumental cemeteries of western Europe: the “passy type” necropolis in the Paris Basin around 4500 BC.
Jan Albert Bakker. Is a social differentiation detectable in the TRB culture?
Johannes Müller. Ritual Cooperation and Ritual Collectivity: The social structure of the middle and younger Funnel Beaker North Group (3500 – 2800 BC).
Mike Parker Pearson with Christie Cox Willis. Burials and builders of Stonehenge: social identities in Late Neolithic and Chalcolithic Britain.

 

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