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Discovering the Archaeologists of Europe 2012-14: Transnational Report
Kenneth Aitchison, Efthymia Alphas, Vera Ameels, Martin Bentz, Corina Borș, Elisa Cella, Kerri Cleary, Claudia Costa, Paul Damian, Mariana Diniz, Cidalia Duarte, Jan Frolik, Carolina Grilo,Expand
What is ‘European Archaeology’? What Should it be?
‘European archaeology’ is an ambiguous and contested rubric. Rooted in the political histories of European archaeology, it potentially unites an academic field and provides a basis for internationalExpand
Random Coincidences Or: the return of the Celtic to Iron Age Britain
  • R. Karl
  • Philosophy, History
  • Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society
  • 2008
This paper examines whether there really are fundamental differences between a Celtic model of social organisation and the observations made by J.D. Hill about PRIA social organisation in southernExpand
Holy Cow! Hawks, Wolves, Sheep and the Archaeological Animal Farm
Andersen, M. and Nielsen, P.O., eds., 2010. Danefæ: Skatte fra den danske muld. København: Nationalmuseet og Gyldendal. Bland, R., 2005. A pragmatic approach to the problem of portable antiquities:Expand
Archaeological Responses to 5 Decades of Metal Detecting in Austria
Abstract Since metal detecting started in Austria in 1970, the National Heritage Agency (BDA) has focussed too much on prohibiting metal detecting. The strategy chosen, increasingly restrictiveExpand
On the Highway to Hell: Thoughts on the Unintended Consequences for Portable Antiquities of § 11(1) Austrian Denkmalschutzgesetz
Abstract At first glance, Austrian laws for the protection of archaeological heritage appear to be almost perfect: licenses for archaeological fieldwork, including metal detector surveys, can only beExpand