In the past two decades, conflict archaeology has become firmly established as a promising field of research. It has its origins in the study of battlefields and other conflict-related phenomena in the modern and pre-modern Era, but numerous studies show that this theme, and at least some of its methods, techniques and theories, are also relevant for older historic and even prehistoric periods. This article summarizes some of the main theoretical and methodological approaches, with reference to selected examples from pre- and early historic Europe.
|Journal||Mitteilungen der Anthropologischen Gesellschaft in Wien|
|Publication status||Published - 31 Dec 2018|