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Published by B.A.R. in Oxford .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Great Britain,
  • Great Britain.

Subjects:

  • Bronze age -- Great Britain.,
  • Pottery, Prehistoric -- Great Britain.,
  • Urns, Prehistoric -- Great Britain.,
  • Great Britain -- Antiquities.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 71-74.

Statement[by] Trevor G. Cowie.
SeriesBAR British series ;, 55
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGN778.22.G7 C68
The Physical Object
Pagination[vii], 173 p., [7] p. of plates :
Number of Pages173
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4212284M
ISBN 100860540316
LC Control Number80491748

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cowie, Trevor G. Bronze Age food vessel urns in Northern Britain. Oxford: B.A.R., (OCoLC) Collared Urns of the Bronze Age in Great Britain and Ireland. Ian H. Longworth. CUP Archive, - Bronze age - pages. 1 Review. Preview this book Collared Vessels carrying Food Vessel traits. Numerical breakdown of the Collared. Reviews: 1. Buy Bronze Age Food Vessel Urns in Northern Britain (British Archaeological Reports British Series) by Cowie, Trevor G. (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Trevor G. Cowie. This thesis demonstrates the significance of Food Vessel pottery and burial in Northern England during the Early Bronze Age (c to cal BC). It represents the first original and sustained study of this burial tradition for several decades.

Pots and time in Bronze Age Ireland Alison Sheridan1 & Alex Bayliss2 A.L. Brindley. The Dating of Food Vessels & Urns in Ireland (Bronze Age Studies 7). vii+ pages, illustrations, 75 tables. Galway: Department of Archaeology, National University of Ireland; hardback €40 + €7pp. This magnificent volume represents. The Dating of Food Vessels and Urns in Ireland, by A.L. Brindley. National University of Ireland, Galway , Bronze Age Studies 7, pp, figs, 75 tabs hb ISBN (€ 40) This excellently produced book provides a wealth of contextual . ‘Food Vessels’ are elaborately decorated ceramic vessels found in many of Britain’s Early Bronze Age burials (c cal BC). They enshrine the beliefs, ideals and rituals invested in the dead by many communities over numerous generations. British Archaeological Reports. British Series and International Series. Published byB.A.R., Banbury Road, OxfordOX2 7BP. Information on all titles sent on request. - Volume 45 - J. M. Coles.

This thesis demonstrates the significance of Food Vessel pottery and burial in Northern England during the Early Bronze Age (c to cal BC). It represents the first original and sustained study of this burial tradition for several decades. It is argued that the interwoven relationships between Food Vessels, other ceramic types, and trade and exchange networks are both a reason why the. Sixteen Bronze Age burials, comprising cist burials, Food Vessel burials, Urn burials and pit burials, are recorded within a 13 km radius of the site, generally on low-lying ground between 60 m and m OD. Some are located within m of the Funshion River and its tributaries, the Sheep River, the Tooraleagan River and the Gradoge River. A Study of the Bronze Age Pottery of Great Britain and Ireland, and its associated Grave-goods. Hon. food vessels, cinerary urns, numerous photographs of other objects, several plates. The Middle Bronze Age (c. – cal bc) in Britain is traditionally understood to represent a major funerary is a transformation from a heterogeneous funerary rite, largely encompassing inhumations and cremations in burial mounds and often accompanied by grave goods, to a homogeneous and unadorned cremation-based practice.