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Title Specialization, exchange, and complex societies / edited by Elizabeth M. Brumfiel and Timothy K. Earle
Published Cambridge [Cambridgeshire] ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 1987


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Description 150 pages : illustrations, maps ; 29 cm
Series New directions in archaeology
New directions in archaeology.
Contents Machine derived contents note: 1. Specialization, exchange, and complex societies: an introduction Elizabeth M. Brumfiel and Timothy K. Earle; 2. Salt, chert, and shell: Mississippian exchange and economy Jon Muller; 3. Unequal development in Copper Age Iberia Antonio Gilman; 4. From stone to bronze: the evolution of social complexity in Northern Europe, 2300-1200 BC Kristian Kristiansen; 5. Power and moral order in precolonial West-Central Africa Michael Rowlands; 6. Specialization and the production of wealth: Hawaiian chiefdoms and the Inka empire Timothy K. Earle; 7. Economic change in the lowland Maya Late Classic period Prudence M. Rice; 8. The role of the be in the formation of the Yamato State Gina L. Barnes; 9. Elite and utilitarian crafts in the Aztec state Elizabeth M. Brumfiel; 10. Forms of finance and forms of production: the evolution of specialized livestock production in the ancient Near East Kathleen F. Galvin
Analysis Complex societies
Notes Includes indexes
Bibliography Bibliography: pages 130-145
Subject Commerce, Prehistoric.
Occupations -- History.
Social evolution.
Social structure.
Author Brumfiel, Elizabeth M.
Earle, Timothy K.
LC no. 86006856
ISBN 0521321182