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5-8 septembre 2018



eaa 2018


24th Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists "Reflecting futures" - Session #460


Session organisers:
PhD. F. Xavier Oms Arias (Spain)
Dr. Miriam Cubas (United Kingdom)


The spread of the agriculture to the Southwest of Europe is one of the most important phenomena in the history of the humankind. In this context the sea-pathways played an important role as vehicle of expansion of the new subsistence practices, technology and cultural knowledge.
The Mediterranean is one of the regions where these aspects are particularly apparent. However, exciting new data are arising from other coastal environments. The important novelties on the Atlantic, Baltic or North Sea reflect an increase in the density and quality of the research focused on the transition to the farming and livestock way of life in coast landscapes.

This session is intended as a forum for the critical assessment of the new data and for the discussion of the settlement patterns, the coastal resources and the spread of farming to littoral and inland environments. It aims to be a meeting among researchers who focused their activity on the study of neolithisation processes and Neolithic in coastal areas.


Abstracts can be submitted at until 15 February 2018.


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