Enclosing the Neolithic World: A Vinča Culture Enclosed and Fortified Settlement in the Balkans

@article{Bori2018EnclosingTN,
  title={Enclosing the Neolithic World: A Vin{\vc}a Culture Enclosed and Fortified Settlement in the Balkans},
  author={D. Bori{\'c} and B. Hanks and D. {\vS}ljivar and M. Koci{\'c} and J. Bulatovi{\'c} and S. Griffiths and R. Doonan and D. Jacanovi{\'c}},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2018},
  volume={59},
  pages={336 - 346}
}
Interpretations of prehistoric enclosures worldwide have varied from those that see the primary role of enclosures as defensive features to others that explore the symbolic, ritual, social, and ideological dimensions of separating space into an inside, an outside, and an in-between. Such evidence and interpretative accounts are inevitably linked to wider anthropological discussions on modes of social interaction and reproduction in the past, whether altruistic or predatory, and evolutionary… Expand
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