The Past in the Past: the Re-use of Ancient Monuments
World Archaeology 30:1
First published in 1998. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Chapters include: Prehistoric histories; Ruined buildings, ruined stones: enclosures, tombs and natural places in the Neolithic of south-west England; The life-histories of megaliths in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (Germany); Changing pasts and socio-political cognition in Late Bronze Age Cyprus; Sardinias nuraghi: four millennia of becoming; A tale of three sites: the monumentalization of Celtic oppida and the politics of collective memory and identity; Monuments and the past in early Anglo-Saxon England; A fear of the past: the place of the prehistoric burial mound in the ideology of Middle and Later Anglo-Saxon England; Reflections on the making of a royal site in early Ireland; Picts and prehistory: cultural resource management in early medieval Scotland; Rewriting landscape: incorporating sacred landscapes into cultural traditions