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Religion At Work In A Neolithic Society

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Religion At Work In A Neolithic Society - ISBN: 9781107047334
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Levertijd: 8 tot 12 werkdagen
Bindwijze: Boek, Gebonden
Genre: Archeologie
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A unique collaboration between archaeologists and a range of specialists in ritual and religion, looking at the role of religion in early human societies.

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Titel: Religion At Work In A Neolithic Society
Mediatype: Boek
Bindwijze: Gebonden
Taal: Engels
Aantal pagina's: 399
Uitgever: Cambridge University Press
Plaats van publicatie: 01
NUR: Archeologie
Afmetingen: 262 x 178 x 24
Gewicht: 1020 gr
ISBN/ISBN13: 9781107047334
Intern nummer: 24831847

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'This innovative and path-breaking book provides indispensable insights into the material and immaterial worlds of Neolithic community, ritual, and religion. The essays of these international scholars will quickly draw readers into the exciting worlds of Neolithic life in general, and Çatalhöyük in particular, and reshape debate and discussion of daily life within Neolithic communities for years to come.' Ian Kuijt, University of Notre Dame

Inhoudsopgave

1. The vitalities of Çatalhöyük Ian Hodder; Part I. Vital Religion: The Evolutionary Context of Religion at Çatalhöyük: 2. Different strokes for different folks: Near Eastern Neolithic mortuary practices in perspective Nigel Goring-Morris and Anna Belfer-Cohen; 3. Excavating theogonies: anthropomorphic promiscuity and sociographic prudery in the Neolithic and now LeRon Shults; 4. Religion as anthropomorphism at Çatalhöyük Stewart Guthrie; 5. The historical self: memory and religion at Çatalhöyük J. Wentzel van Huyssteen; 6. Modes of religiosity and the evolution of social complexity at Çatalhöyük Harvey Whitehouse, Camilla Mazzucato, Ian Hodder and Quentin D. Atkinson; Part II. Vital Materials at Çatalhöyük: 7. Relational networks and religious sodalities at Çatalhöyük Barbara Mills; 8. Using 'magic' to think from the material: tracing distributed agency, revelation, and concealment at Çatalhöyük Carolyn Nakamura and Peter Pels; 9. 'Motherbaby': a death in childbirth at Çatalhöyük Kimberley Patton and Lori Hager; 10. The hau of the house Mary Weismantel; 11. Material register, surface, and form at Çatalhöyük Victor Buchli; 12. The use of spatial order in Çatalhöyük material culture Anke Kamerman; Part III. Vital Data: 13. Theories and their data: interdisciplinary interactions at Çatalhöyük Ian Hodder.

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