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New Book in the Routledge Studies in Archaeology Series

Long before facebook and twitter, social networks were alive and well. This dynamic collection explores the varied technologies, such as ceramics, music, leftovers, and warfare, through which prehistoric Aegean people used to stay connected.

Part of the Routledge Studies in Archaeology series, Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology presents 10 papers using geographical, chronological and methodological approaches to demonstrate the value and the beauty of employing, to a more or lesser degree, the combined methodologies of chaîne opératoire (operational chain) and cross-craft interaction.

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