Furholt, Martin 2017. Massive Migrations? The Impact of Recent aDNA Studies on our View of Third Millennium Europe. European Journal of Archaeology, p. 1.
Harris, Eugene E. 2017. Demic and cultural diffusion in prehistoric Europe in the age of ancient genomes. Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews, Vol. 26, Issue. 5, p. 228.
Lycett, Stephen J. 2017. Cultural patterns within and outside of the post-contact Great Plains as revealed by parfleche characteristics: Implications for areal arrangements in artifactual data. Journal of Anthropological Archaeology, Vol. 48, p. 87.
Dias, M. Isabel Prudêncio, M. Isabel and Valera, António C. 2017. Provenance and circulation of Bell Beakers from Western European societies of the 3rd millennium BC: The contribution of clays and pottery analyses. Applied Clay Science, Vol. 146, p. 334.
Callaghan, Richard and Scarre, Chris 2017. Biscay and Beyond? Prehistoric Voyaging between Two Finisterres. Oxford Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 36, Issue. 4, p. 355.
Petřík, J. Sosna, D. Prokeš, L. Štefanisko, D. and Galeta, P. 2016. Shape matters: assessing regional variation of Bell Beaker projectile points in Central Europe using geometric morphometrics. Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences,
Ashley, Ceri Z. Antonites, Alexander and Fredriksen, Per Ditlef 2016. Mobility and African archaeology: an introduction. Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa, Vol. 51, Issue. 4, p. 417.
Parker Pearson, Mike Chamberlain, Andrew Jay, Mandy Richards, Mike Sheridan, Alison Curtis, Neil Evans, Jane Gibson, Alex Hutchison, Margaret Mahoney, Patrick Marshall, Peter Montgomery, Janet Needham, Stuart O'Mahoney, Sandra Pellegrini, Maura and Wilkin, Neil 2016. Beaker people in Britain: migration, mobility and diet. Antiquity, Vol. 90, Issue. 351, p. 620.
Van de Noort, Robert Cumby, Brian Blue, Lucy Harding, Anthony Hurcombe, Linda Hansen, Tom Monrad Wetherelt, Andy Wittamore, Jenny and Wyke, Andy 2014. Morgawr: an experimental Bronze Age-type sewn-plank craft based on the Ferriby boats. International Journal of Nautical Archaeology, Vol. 43, Issue. 2, p. 292.
Lechterbeck, Jutta Kerig, Tim Kleinmann, Angelika Sillmann, Marion Wick, Lucia and Rösch, Manfred 2014. How was Bell Beaker economy related to Corded Ware and Early Bronze Age lifestyles? Archaeological, botanical and palynological evidence from the Hegau, Western Lake Constance region. Environmental Archaeology, Vol. 19, Issue. 2, p. 95.
van Dommelen, Peter 2014. Moving On: Archaeological Perspectives on Mobility and Migration. World Archaeology, Vol. 46, Issue. 4, p. 477.
Feeser, Ingo and Furholt, Martin 2014. Ritual and economic activity during the Neolithic in Schleswig-Holstein, northern Germany: an approach to combine archaeological and palynological evidence. Journal of Archaeological Science, Vol. 51, p. 126.
Carmona Ballestero, E. Palmero Díaz, S. and Arnaiz Alonso, M. A. 2014. Análisis químico de cerámicas calcolíticas de la Cuenca Media del Arlanzón (Burgos): un medio para la valoración de la procedencia y el intercambio. Boletín de la Sociedad Española de Cerámica y Vidrio, Vol. 53, Issue. 2, p. 81.
Salisbury, Roderick B. 2014. Moments in Time: Papers Presented to Pál Raczky on His 60th Birthday. European Journal of Archaeology, Vol. 17, Issue. 3, p. 549.
Brandt, G. Haak, W. Adler, C. J. Roth, C. Szecsenyi-Nagy, A. Karimnia, S. Moller-Rieker, S. Meller, H. Ganslmeier, R. Friederich, S. Dresely, V. Nicklisch, N. Pickrell, J. K. Sirocko, F. Reich, D. Cooper, A. and Alt, K. W. 2013. Ancient DNA Reveals Key Stages in the Formation of Central European Mitochondrial Genetic Diversity. Science, Vol. 342, Issue. 6155, p. 257.
Lee, Esther J. Makarewicz, Cheryl Renneberg, Rebecca Harder, Melanie Krause-Kyora, Ben Müller, Stephanie Ostritz, Sven Fehren-Schmitz, Lars Schreiber, Stefan Müller, Johannes von Wurmb-Schwark, Nicole and Nebel, Almut 2012. Emerging genetic patterns of the european neolithic: Perspectives from a late neolithic bell beaker burial site in Germany. American Journal of Physical Anthropology, Vol. 148, Issue. 4, p. 571.
Ricaut, François-Xavier Cox, Murray P. Lacan, Marie Keyser, Christine Duranthon, Francis Ludes, Bertrand Guilaine, Jean and Crubézy, Eric 2012. A Time Series of Prehistoric Mitochondrial DNA Reveals Western European Genetic Diversity Was Largely Established by the Bronze Age. Advances in Anthropology, Vol. 02, Issue. 01, p. 14.
Wilkin, Neil C.A. 2011. Grave-goods, contexts and interpretation: towards regional narratives of Early Bronze Age Scotland. Scottish Archaeological Journal, Vol. 33, Issue. 1-2, p. 21.
In this important new review the author shows that neither trade nor migration can account for the distribution of Bell Beakers and the associated artefacts and burial practices in Europe. The materials were generally local and rooted in local know-how. However recent stable isotope results show small-scale population changes associated with the arrival of Beaker practice. The distribution of Bell Beakers could thus reflect the movement of marriage partners.
Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this journal to your organisation's collection.
Full text views reflects the number of PDF downloads, PDFs sent to Google Drive, Dropbox and Kindle and HTML full text views.
* Views captured on Cambridge Core between September 2016 - 18th November 2017. This data will be updated every 24 hours.