Reassessing Neolithic Settlement Patterning in Central Serbia through Geophysical and Geochemical Survey
This paper details the results of recent large scale pedestrian, geophysical and geochemical surveys on Late Neolithic Vinca culture sites in Central Serbia. New data relating to settlement patterning, household organization, and diachronic developments will be discussed through combining surface survey and analysis and remote sensing. Results from these studies are adding a new perspective to conventional models for the Neolithic transition and the emergence of early village societies in southeastern Europe.
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Reassessing Neolithic Settlement Patterning in Central Serbia through Geophysical and Geochemical Survey. Bryan Hanks, Miroslav Kocic. Presented at The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Washington, DC. 2018 ( tDAR id: 444973)
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