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Title: Collecting the dead: temporality and disposal in the Neolithic hypogée of Les Mournouards II (Marne, France) (Forthcoming)
Author(s): Chambon, Philippe
Blin, Arnaud
Bronk, Ramsey Christopher
Kromer, Bernd
Bayliss, Alex
Beavan, Nancy
Healy, Frances
Whittle, Alasdair
Contact Email: ab89@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: Late Neolithic
Paris basin
collective burial
hypogea
radiocarbon dating
Bayesian chronological modelling
Citation: Chambon P, Blin A, Bronk Ramsey C, Kromer B, Bayliss A, Beavan N, Healy F & Whittle A (2018) Collecting the dead: temporality and disposal in the Neolithic hypogée of Les Mournouards II (Marne, France) (Forthcoming), Germania.
Abstract: First paragraph: Several factors may inhibit us from appreciating the specificity of particular mortuary practices. People have a bewildering range of attitudes to death, and practise all manner of disposals of their dead (ARIÈS 1981; BLOCH 1982; BLOCH / PARRY 1982a; 1982b; BARLEY 1995; LEACH 1961; METCALF / HUNTINGDON 1991; PARKER PEARSON 1999). There is often considerable variety within the same broad horizons (BORIĆ 2015, for eastern Europe; CHAMBON 2003, for France and surrounding countries).
Rights: Publisher policy allows this work to be made available in this repository. Forthcoming in Germania by Romano-Germanic Commission (RGK) . The original publication will be available at: https://journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/index.php/germania/index

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