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This book investigates the sensuous material qualities of stone-from golden honeycombed limestone, to. .In its innovative approach to understanding human experience, The Materiality of Stone is a major contribution to the field of material culture studies and the study of prehistory.
This book investigates the sensuous material qualities of stone-from golden honeycombed limestone, to frozen waves of Cambrian sandstone. Tactile sensations, sonorous qualities, color, and visual impressions are all shown to play a previously unrecognized yet vital part in understanding the power of prehistoric monuments, from Neolithic temples to Bronze Age rock carvings, in relation to their landscapes.
Home Browse Books Book details, The Materiality of Stone: Explorations i.This book is the first in a projected series of three volumes concerned with landscape phenomenology and prehistory
Home Browse Books Book details, The Materiality of Stone: Explorations i.The Materiality of Stone: Explorations in Landscape Phenomenology. By Christopher Tilley. This book is the first in a projected series of three volumes concerned with landscape phenomenology and prehistory. It follows on from themes introduced in two previous works, A Phenomenology of Landscape (Tilley 1994) and Metaphor and Material Culture (Tilley 1999a). All the studies presented here are concerned with the significance of ‘natural’ and ‘cultural’ stones in various landscapes of prehistoric Europe from the Neolithic to the Iron Age.
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This book is the first of a projected trilogy by which aims to address the phenomenology of prehistoric landscapes
This book is the first of a projected trilogy by which aims to address the phenomenology of prehistoric landscapes. In this volume Chris Tilley seeks to explore the many different ways in which prehistoric social identities were created, sustained, reproduced or transformed, through the agency of stones. The book is divided into five chapters. The introduction sets down the theoretical and methodological perspectives, while the following three chapters each explore a different study area in relation to the over-riding theme of the materiality of stone
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It is, however, an attempt shot through with paradox and contradiction. Apart from a general theoretical introduction and a short concluding chapter, the book comprises three substantial case studies, each focusing on ancient monuments of massive stone or rock. The first study is of the neolithic menhirs or standing stones of Brittany; the second is the temple architecture of neolithic Malta, and the third is of Bronze Age carvings in southern Sweden.
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By Christopher Tilley and Wayne Bennett. 95, tables 6. Left Coast Press, Walnut Creek, Calif. Following the pattern established in The Materiality of Stone, this book is divided into five chapters, consisting of a theoretical introduction, three case studies, and a short conclusion. American Journal of Archaeology Vol. 116, No. 1 (January 2012).
Tilley, Christopher (1997). A Phenomenology of Landscape: Places, Paths and Monuments. Tilley, Christopher (2004). Download as PDF. Printable version. ISBN 978-1-85973-076-8. Buchli (E., Victor; Tilley, Christopher (2002). The Material Culture Reader. ISBN 978-1-85973-892-4. Bender, Barbara; Hamilton, Sue; Tilley, Christopher (2007). Stone Worlds: Narrative and Reflexivity in Landscape Archaeology. Walnut Creek CA: Left Coast Press. ISBN 978-1-59874-218-3.