The Archaeology of Rank (New Studies in Archaeology)

The Archaeology of Rank (New Studies in Archaeology)

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Table of Contents

        List of figures and tables                 xi
Acknowledgments xiii
The present study of past society 1 (14)
The gap to be bridged 3 (1)
The logical possibility of social 3 (9)
inference
The plan 12 (3)
Social theory and social life: models of 15 (21)
society in the archaeological study of
status
Social models in the archaeological study 18 (1)
of inequality
Social models and social life 19 (4)
Material manifestations of socially 23 (3)
significant actions
Ethnographically-based models and data in 26 (4)
archaeology
Activities and the archaeological record 30 (3)
Implications for the design of 33 (3)
archaeological correlates of social
hierarchy
Inequality and social life: a working model 36 (31)
Inequality as an instituted process 36 (4)
Models and the significance of inequality 40 (1)
for real life
Models of unranked society 41 (3)
Models of non-stratified ranking 44 (13)
Models of social stratification 57 (9)
Models and the archaeological recognition 66 (1)
of inequality
Mortuary data as evidence of ranking, Part 1 67 (20)
Osteology, paleopathology, and demography 72 (4)
Energy expenditure and rank 76 (4)
Inferences based on general principles of 80 (4)
the society
Alternative factors affecting overall 84 (3)
emphasis
Mortuary data as evidence of ranking, Part 2 87 (16)
Variation in tomb form 87 (2)
The use of collective burial 89 (4)
Variation in the quantity of grave 93 (1)
associations
Inferences based on the type of goods 93 (5)
included
Mortuary distinctions which cross-cut age 98 (3)
or sex
Spatial relationships among burials 101 (2)
The form and distribution of artifacts 103 (24)
Status markers: elite goods and sumptuary 103 (5)
items
Hoards, residences, and regions 108 (4)
Regional artifact distributions and status 112 (2)
Implications of an uneven distribution 114 (3)
within a region
The use of iconography to infer status 117 (2)
The archaeological recognition of social 119 (6)
stratification
The inference of wealth 125 (2)
Status, settlements, and structures 127 (26)
The distribution of communities across 127 (7)
the landscape
The level of individual settlements 134 (2)
The analysis of residential architecture 136 (9)
Non-residential construction 145 (8)
Catal Huyuk: a ranked Neolithic town in 153 (27)
Anatolia?
Catal Huyuk in social perspective 154 (2)
Mortuary practices 156 (7)
Artifacts and their distributions 163 (8)
Settlements and architecture 171 (7)
Social inequality at Neolithic Catal 178 (2)
Huyuk?
Notes 180 (8)
References 188 (15)
Index 203