149,00 EUR


Reihe:Römisch Germanisches Zentralmuseum
Bandzählung:157 /RGZM-157
Ausstattung:260 farb. Illustrationen, 83 farb. Tabellen, Abb. und Tab. meist farbig
Einbandart:Hardcover (fadengeh. Pappband)
Format:21 x 30 cm
Verlag:Schnell & Steiner

Herausgeber: Sabine Gaudzinski-Windheuser, Olaf Jöris

The Beef behind all Possible Pasts

The Tandem Festschrift in Honour of Elaine Turner and Martin Street, 2 Bde.

This Tandem Festschrift pays tribute to Elaine Turner and Martin Street, to celebrate all you have both contributed to the MONREPOS Archaeological Research Centre and Museum for Human Behavioural Evolution of the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum, in ensuring high research standards, and for your contributions to Palaeolithic Archaeology in Germany and beyond. It should be understood as a big “CHEERS” from the MONREPOS staff and many other friends and colleagues from all over the world, who contributed to this Festschrift.

"There is no doubt that Elaine Turner and Martin Street are to be especially acknowledged as the trailblazers for the internationalisation of Pleistocene Archaeology in Germany.“ (The Editors)

“The diversity of topics reflected by these contributions is due in large part to their rock-solid research, which is based on their exceptionally broad expertise and reflected in their highly interdisciplinary research projects.” (The Editors)

The double volume comprises a broad spectrum of topics from the Lower Palaeolithic to the early Holocene and even to the Medieval period – touching upon the vast array of topics Elaine and Martin have dealt with over the last more than 30 years. It starts with the discussion of the oldest evidence for fire and addresses many other key-topics of scientific debate at fascinating levels of detail.