From West to East. Current Approaches to Medieval Archaeology

  title={From West to East. Current Approaches to Medieval Archaeology},
  author={Sarah Kerr},
  journal={Medieval Archaeology},
  pages={185 - 185}
  • Sarah Kerr
  • Published 1 January 2016
  • History
  • Medieval Archaeology
This volume by the prehistorian Professor John Waddell explores ‘instances where prehistoric archaeology and ancient myth appear to converge’. The study has been considerably influenced by the setting of medieval Irish tales at major prehistoric sites, including Tara, Navan and Rathrcoghan. The mythological themes are largely derived from the four cycles of Irish tales, though other Irish literature is referred to, with only very occasional references to medieval Welsh tales such as the… 

Regional Patterns of Transition at Çadir Höyük in the Byzantine Period

abstract:Byzantine archaeological sites tend to be seen as representative of the empire as a whole, with little concern given to regional context. Within the imperial narrative that shapes Byzantine

New Book Chronicle

Where has archaeology come from and where is it going? In this instalment of NBC, we survey ‘modern-world’ and post-colonial archaeologies, focusing on the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. We

A new anthracological sequence from Niğde-Kınık Höyük (Turkey): woodland vegetation and arboriculture in southern Cappadocia from the Late Bronze Age to the Ottoman Period

  • L. Castellano
  • Environmental Science
    Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences
  • 2021
This article presents a new anthracological sequence from the archeological site of Niğde-Kınık Höyük, in southern Cappadocia (Turkey), spanning from the Late Bronze Age to the Ottoman Period, which