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Boundaries across Boundaries: An input to the understanding of spatial segmentation in the 1st Millennium BC

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During the first Millennium BC linear, manmade boundaries such as Celtic fields, pit zone alignments, linear earthworks, and pit alignments emerge across large parts of Northwest Europe. Here they inscribe themselves in the landscape in various ways and represent a long-term shift towards an increasingly divided and enclosed landscape. This paper will focus on the generative principles behind these local configurations and discuss their relationship with macro-regional processes. It will also take a closer look at the social ontological principles involved in these spatial processes and their role in the redefinition of the social scene.

Grooningen Instituut voor Archeologie (GIA)
11 okt. 2012

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