Forfatter: Rudebeck, Elisabeth

Tilling Nature: Harvesting Culture: Exploring Images of the Human Being in the Transition to Agriculture

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Tilling Nature: Harvesting Culture: Exploring Images of the Human Being in the Transition to Agriculture.

Almqvist & Wiksell International, Stockholm 2000, Acta Archaeologica Lundensia, stor 8vo, orig. omslag, (8) + 298 + (1) s., engelsk tekst, avhandling for graden Ph. D., forfatterens dedikasjon på tittelbladet: «Till Lotte med vänliga hälsningar från Elisabeth».

«The questions are focused on a specific archaeological problem: the origins of agriculture. It is hardly an exaggeration to say that this is the most mythically charged theme in Western archaeology. Agricultural origins concerns Western identity. During the last two or three centuries, countries in the Western world have been transformed from agricultural societies to modern industrialised societies.»

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Tilling Nature: Harvesting Culture: Exploring Images of the Human Being in the Transition to Agriculture.

Almqvist & Wiksell International, Stockholm 2000, Acta Archaeologica Lundensia, stor 8vo, orig. omslag, (8) + 298 + (1) s., engelsk tekst, avhandling for graden Ph. D., forfatterens dedikasjon på tittelbladet: «Till Lotte med vänliga hälsningar från Elisabeth».

«The questions are focused on a specific archaeological problem: the origins of agriculture. It is hardly an exaggeration to say that this is the most mythically charged theme in Western archaeology. Agricultural origins concerns Western identity. During the last two or three centuries, countries in the Western world have been transformed from agricultural societies to modern industrialised societies.»

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