Proceedings of the International Workshop "Socio-Environmental Dynamics over the Last 12,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes II (14th –18th March 2011)" in Kiel. Volume 3 — Bonn: Verlag Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH, 2012. — 233 pp. — ISBN 978-3-7749-3765-9. — (Universitätsforschungen zur prähistorischen Archäologie, Band 207).In March 2011 the Graduate School “Human Development in Landscapes” of the Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel held their second open workshop, “Socio-Environmental Dynamics Over the Last 12,000 Years: The Creation of Landscapes II”. This internationally acknowledged event with participants from 22 countries gathered expertise in Kiel by offering a forum through which to advance research on landscape archaeology and social space. This volume is concerned with one session of the workshop. The session title “Tells: Social and Environmental Space” refers to spatial processes involved in the formation and degradation of settlement mounds. The main idea was to integrate societal as well as environmental aspects of “tell developments” into the frame of local and regional landscapes. In consequence, 36 presentations informed about Neolithic to Bronze Age settlement mounds and their history in Southeast Europe and the Middle East. While many differences became apparent, one main result is the reasoning of material culture and architectural structure in the manifold discussion of changes.Robert Hofmann. Tells: Reflections of Social and Environmental Spaces - an Introduction. Mehmet Özdoğan. Reading the Mounds: Problems, Alternative Trajectories and Biases. Eva Rosenstock. Environmental Factors in Tell Formation: An Archaeometric Attempt. Johannes Müller. Tells, Fire, and Copper as Social Technologies. Peter F. Biehl, Ingmar Franz, Sonia Ostaptchouk, David Orton, Jana Rogasch, Eva Rosenstock. One Community and Two Tells: The Phenomenon of Relocating Tell Settlements at the Turn of the 7th and 6th Millennia in Central Anatolia. Barbara Helwing, Tevekkül Aliyev, Andrea Ricci. Mounds and Settlements in the Lower Qarabakh - Mil Plain, Azerbaijan. Simone Mühl. Human Landscape - Site (Trans-) Formation in the Transtigris Area. Silvia Balatti, Maria Elena Balza. Kınık-Höyük and Southern Cappadocia (Turkey): Geo-Archaeological Activities, Landscapes and Social Spaces. William A. Parkinson, Attila Gyucha. Tells in Perspective: Long-Term Patterns of Settlement Nucleation and Dispersal in Central and Southeast Europe. Barbara Dammers. The Middle and Late Neolithic Tell of Uivar seen from a Ceramic Perspective. Svend Hansen, Meda Toderaş. The Copper Age Settlement Pietrele on the Lower Danube River (Romania). Agathe Reingruber. Copper-Age House Inventories from Pietrele: Preliminary Results from Pottery Analysis. Carsten Mischka. Late Neolithic Multiphased Settlements in Central and Southern Transilvania: Geophysical Survey and Test Excavation. Inga Merkyte, Søren Albek. Boundaries and Space in Copper Age Bulgaria: Lessons from Africa. Robert Hofmann. Style and Function of Pottery in Relation to the Development of Late Neolithic Settlement Patterns in Central Bosnia. Martin Furholt. Kundruci: Development of Social Space in a Late Neolithic Tell-Settlement in Central Bosnia. Ulrich Bultmann. Putting Sites in their Catchment Areas. Annex. Workshop Programme, March 14th – 18th 2011.
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