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Peterson D.L., Popova L.M., Smith A.T. (Eds.) Beyond the Steppe and the Sown. Proceedings of the 2002 University of Chicago Conference on Eurasian Archaeology

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Peterson D.L., Popova L.M., Smith A.T. (Eds.) Beyond the Steppe and the Sown. Proceedings of the 2002 University of Chicago Conference on Eurasian Archaeology
Leiden-Boston: Brill, 2006. — 536 pp. — (Colloquia Pontica; Book 13).
ISSN 1389-8477.
ISBN 90-04-14610-5.
In this collection of 29 articles, leading researchers and a generation of new scholars join together in questioning the dominant opposing dichotomy in Eurasian archaeology of the 'steppe and sown,' while forging new approaches which integrate local and global visions of ancient culture and society in the steppe, mountain, desert and maritime coastal regions of Eurasia. This ground-breaking volume demonstrates the success of recently established international research programs and challenges readers with a wide variety of fresh new perspectives. The articles are conveniently divided into four sections on Local and Global Perspectives, Regional Studies, New Directions in Theory and Practice, and Paleoecology and Environment, and cover a broad period from the Copper Age to early Mediaeval times in the Independent States of the former USSR, as well as Turkey, China and Mongolia.
Preface (Gocha R. Tsetskhladze).
Introduction (David L. Peterson, Laura M. Popova and Adam T. Smith).
Local and Global Perspectives
The Early Integration of the Eurasian Steppes with the Ancient Near East: Movements and Transformations in the Caucasus and Central Asia (Philip L. Kohl).
Three Deadly Sins in Steppe Archaeology: Culture, Migration and Aryans (David W. Anthony).
General Migration Processes in the Aral Sea Area in the Early Iron Age (Leonid T. Yablonsky).
Regional Studies
Community Organisation among Copper Age Sedentary Horse Pastoralists of Kazakhstan (Sandra Olsen, Bruce Bradley, David Maki and Alan Outram).
Perspectives on Chalcolithic Turkmenistan: The Global and the Local in the Kopet Dag (Lauren Zych).
The Dzhungar Mountains Archaeology Project: Reconstructing Bronze Age Life in the Mountains of Eastern Kazakhstan (Michael D. Frachetti).
The Kura-Araxes ‘Culture’ in the North-Eastern Caucasus: Problems in its Identification and Chronology (Rabadan Magomedov).
The Middle Bronze Age Settlement Pattern of the Eastern Anatolian High Plateau in Light of New Evidence (Aynur Ozfirat).
Before Argishti: The Roots of Complex Societies in Caucasia. Notes from the Tsakahovit Plain, Armenia (Adam T. Smith).
Survey and Settlement in Northern Mongolia: The Structure of Intra-Regional Nomadic Organisation (William Honeychurch and Chunag Amartuvshin).
Recent Archaeological Research in the Khanuy River Valley, Central Mongolia (Francis Allard, Diimaajav Erdenebaatar and Jean-Luc Houle).
New Directions In Theory And Practice
Between the Steppes and the Sown: Prehistoric Sinop and Inter-regional Interaction along the Black Sea Coast (Alexander A. Bauer).
Over the Mountains and through the Grass: Visual Information as ‘Text’ for the ‘Textless’ (Karen S. Rubinson).
Innovation, Change, Continuity: Considering the Agency of Rusa II in the Production of the Imperial Art and Architecture of Urartu in the 7th Century BC (Tugba Tanyeri-Erdemir).
Sequences of Signs: Eurasian Archaeology from a Perspective of Cultural Semiotics (Gregory E. Areshian).
Writing the Landscape: Petroglyphs of Inner Mongolia and Ningxia Province (China) (Paola Dematte).
Refining the Definition of Technology in the Southern Zone of the Circumpontic Metallurgical Province: Copper Alloys in Armenia during the Early and Middle Bronze Age (Laura A. Tedesco).
The Samara Bronze Age Metals Project: Investigating Changing Technologies and Transformations of Value in the Western Eurasian Steppes (David L. Peterson, Pavel F. Kuznetsov and Oleg D. Mochalov (with a brief Appendix by Audrey G. Brown and Emmett Brown).
Understanding the Productive Economy during the Bronze Age through Archaeometallurgical and Palaeo-environmental Research at Kargaly (Southern Urals, Orenburg, Russia) (Pedro Diaz Del Rio, Pilar Lopez Garcia, Jose Antonio, Lopez Saez, M. Isabel Martinez Navarrete, Angel L. Rodriguez, Alcalde, Salvador Rovira-Llorens, Juan M. Vicent Garcia, and Ignacio de Zavala Morencos).
Why Have Siberian Artefacts Been Excavated within Ancient Chinese Dynastic Borders? (Katheryn M. Linduff).
Sensing the Shadow Empire: New Approaches to the Problem of the Khazar State (Irina R. Shingiray).
Recent Xeroradiographic Analysis of Kura-Araxes Ceramics (Maryfran Heinsch and Pamela Vandiver).
The Russian Far East and Cultural Interaction in Prehistoric Eurasia in Light of Ceramic Studies (Irina S. Zhushchikhovskaya).
Trade Ceramics from Bohai Sites of Russian Primor’e (Evgenia I. Gelman).
Palaeo-Ecology And Environment
Mediterranean Agriculture in South-western Crimean Palaeo-environments and Early Adaptations (Carlos E. Cordova and Paul H. Lehman).
Cultural Transformations in the Black Sea Steppe between the Eneolithic and Bronze Age: Migrations or Economic Changes? (Yuri Rassamakin).
Pastoralism during the Late Bronze Age in Russia: Past Interpretations and New Goals for Future Research (Laura M. Popova).
Early Maritime Adaptation on the Southern Coast of the Far East of Russia in Ancient Times (Alexander N. Popov and David R. Yesner).
Pan-Regional Interaction vs Ecologically Induced Change: An Examination of the Rapid Transition from the Late Neolithic Era to that of Palaeometal among Maritime Populations of the Primor’e Region of the Russian Far East (Jim Cassidy and Nina A. Kononenko).
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