Regional Dynamics Burgundian Landscapes in Historical Perspective - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780121983802, 9780323144025

Regional Dynamics Burgundian Landscapes in Historical Perspective

1st Edition

Editors: Carole Crumley
eBook ISBN: 9780323144025
Imprint: Academic Press
Published Date: 28th December 1987
Page Count: 648
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Description

Regional Dynamics: Burgundian Landscapes in Historical Perspective challenges traditional practices and approaches to regional studies by anthropologists and economic geographers. This book attempts to incorporate various fields such as natural sciences, social sciences, and humanities for a more comprehensive framework in regional studies. A region that has historical record of depth, i.e., Burgundy, France, is chosen for this book. The book begins with a chapter on theories that critique the past approaches to regional studies and introduces relevant concepts covered in the book such as landscape, sociohistorical structures, heterarchy, etc. The following chapters focus on the physical structures of the region, the archaeological excavations, settlement and land use during the Iron Age and Gallo-Roman times, multiscalar research design, and Roman period beginning from its conquest until the Middle Ages. A summary of important themes is given in the last chapter. This book caters to many students and professionals in various fields like anthropology, geography, archeology, history, economics, and ecology.

Table of Contents


Contributors

Field Participants

Preface

Project History and Acknowledgments

1 Theoretical Issues in the Analysis of Spatial Patterning

2 Environmental Setting

3 Archaeological Investigations at Mont Dardon

4 Certain Factors Influencing Settlement during the Later Iron Age and Gallo-Roman Periods: The Analysis of Intensive Survey Data

5 A Multiscalar Approach to Remote Sensing in a Temperate Regional Archaeological Survey

6 Historical Ecology

7 Road Networks and Exchange Systems in the Aeduan Civitas, 300 B.C.-A.D. 300

8 Epona in the Aeduan Landscape: Transfunctional Deity under Changing Rule

9 Periodic Markets in Contemporary Southern Burgundy

10 Feux Celtiques: Burgundian Festival as Performance and Process

11 Position of the Dialects of the Morvan and Charolais in Linguistic History

12 Charolais or Charollais?

13 Celtic Settlement before the Conquest: The Dialectics of Landscape and Power

14 The Romans in Burgundy

15 Southern Burgundy in Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages

16 Regional Dynamics in Burgundy

Index




Details

No. of pages:
648
Language:
English
Copyright:
© Academic Press 1987
Published:
Imprint:
Academic Press
eBook ISBN:
9780323144025

About the Editor

Carole Crumley

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