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Foragers and Farmers during the Neolithic Transition in Western Central Europe: Searching for Evidence of Mobility and Intercultural Networks

Abstract

Introduction

This paper discusses the interaction between foragers and
farmers during the various phases of the neolithisation
processes in south-western and north-western central europe.
The disparate state of research on Late Mesolithic
hunter-gatherer groups and early Neolithic farmers in
terms of the certainty of the detailed chronology, the number
of sites and the comprehensiveness of the find and feature
analyses, does not permit a discussion on the basis of
equally-weighted data. Nevertheless, examples can be found
to illustrate and evaluate such interaction with regard to the
questions raised in this volume on “Mobility in prehistoric
sedentary societies”. important for the following discussions
are the distribution maps (Figs. 2–4) and the sites of special
interest (Fig. 1; list of sites in Appendix, p. 73).

Bibliography

Gehlen, B., Fischer, A., Koch, I., Richter, T., Schneid, N., Schön, W., Vogl, K., Zickel, M. (2017): Foragers and Farmers during the Neolithic Transition in Western Central Europe: Searching for Evidence of Mobility and Intercultural Networks. Marie Leidorf. Mobility in Prehistoric Sedentary Societies, Vol. 8

Authors Gehlen, Birgit and Fischer, Anna-Leena and Koch, Ingrid and Richter, Thomas and Schneid, Nele and Schön, Werner and Vogl, Kai and Zickel, Mirijam
Type inproceedings
Title Foragers and Farmers during the Neolithic Transition in Western Central Europe: Searching for Evidence of Mobility and Intercultural Networks
Booktitle Mobility in Prehistoric Sedentary Societies
Year 2017
Volume 8
Pages 39-73
Editor Silviane Scharl & Birgit Gehlen
Publisher Marie Leidorf
Series Kölner Studien zur Prähistorischen Archäologie
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