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From to he was Editor of the leading international journal “Antiquity”. Contact Prof Chris Scarre email at chris. He is author with Brian Fagan of the textbook “Ancient Civilizations” revised 4th edition This developed further his arguments about the links between landscape and monumentality, and was the fruit of 15 years research on the Breton Neolithic. Professor in the Department of Archaeology. He is available to supervise PhD students in the following areas:. He has recently returned to Portugal with fieldwork at the megalithic tomb of Vale de Laje 1 October

Email and Telephone Directory. Chris has wide interests within archaeology and is editor of the leading textbook on world prehistory “The Human Past” London: Analysis to determine whether acoustical properties played a role in the placement of the art has been published in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America in Analysis to determine whether acoustical properties played a role in the placement of the art has been published in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America in The aim is to explore the patchiness of burial evidence from prehistory and to challenge the expectation that burial was a ‘normative’ practice in early societies. Chris is convenor of the European Megalithic Studies Group which has held four meetings since , most recently in Rennes May

Contact Prof Chris Scarre email at chris.

Chris has wide interests within archaeology and is editor of the leading textbook on world prehistory “The Human Past” London: The aim is to explore the patchiness of burial evidence from prehistory and to challenge the expectation that burial was a ‘normative’ practice in early societies.

From to he was Editor of the leading international journal “Antiquity”. The aim is to explore the patchiness of burial evidence from prehistory and to challenge the expectation that burial was a ‘normative’ practice in early societies.

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Four further seasons of excavation have led to a radical revision of the geomorphological history of the island and the context in which the Neolithic tombs were built. He is author with Brian Fagan of the textbook “Ancient Civilizations” revised 4th edition Another recent project is a study of patterns of burial evidence in Britain and the Levant from the Neolithic to the Roman period. The proceedings of the conference held in “Engaging with the Dead” eds.

This developed further his arguments about the links between landscape and monumentality, and was siant fruit of 15 pzys research on the Breton Neolithic.

He is author with Brian Fagan of the textbook “Ancient Civilizations” revised 4th edition He took his MA and PhD at Cambridge, the latter a study of landscape change and archaeological sites in western France. Chris is convenor of the European Megalithic Studies Group which has held four meetings sincemost recently in Rennes May Chris has wide interests within archaeology and is editor of the leading textbook on world prehistory “The Human Past” London: Email and Telephone Directory.

Chris is convenor of the European Megalithic Studies Group which has held four meetings sincemost recently in Rennes May Chris has participated in fieldwork projects in Britain, France and Greece cinemma has directed excavations at Neolithic settlement and mortuary sites in Portugal and western France.

Professor in the Department of Archaeology.

Another recent project is a study of patterns of burial evidence in Britain and the Levant from the Neolithic to the Roman period.

Analysis to determine whether acoustical properties played a role in the placement of the art has been published in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America in He has recently returned to Portugal with fieldwork at the megalithic tomb of Vale de Laje 1 October He has recently returned to Portugal with fieldwork at the megalithic tomb of Vale de Laje 1 October The proceedings of the conference held in “Engaging with the Dead” eds.

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Chris has participated in dinema projects in Britain, France and Greece and has directed excavations at Neolithic settlement and mortuary sites in Portugal and western France.

Four further seasons of excavation have led to a radical revision of the geomorphological history of the island and the context in which the Neolithic tombs were built. He took his MA and PhD at Cambridge, the latter a study of landscape change and archaeological sites in western France.

He is available to supervise PhD students in the following areas:. Analysis to determine whether acoustical properties played a role in the placement of the art has been published in the Journal of the Acoustical Society of America in Contact Prof Chris Scarre email at chris.

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He is available to supervise PhD students in the following areas:. This developed further his arguments about the links between landscape and monumentality, and was the fruit of 15 years research on the Breton Neolithic. From to he was Editor of the leading international journal “Antiquity”.