Table of contents for Regional approaches to mortuary analysis / edited by Lane Anderson Beck.

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Introduction: On Mortuary Analysis-With Special Reference to the Saxe-Binford Research Program; J.A. Brown. Landscapes and Mortuary Sites: Ten Years After-Megaliths, Mortuary Practices, and the Territorial Model; R. Chapman. Mortuary Behavior, Labor Organization, and Social Rank; K.M. Trinkhaus. Diachronic Regional Social Dynamics: Mortuary Sites in the Illinois Valley/American Bottom Region; D.K. Charles. Landscapes and Mortuary Practices: A Case for Regional Perspectives; L. Goldstein. Indentities and Boundaries: Mortuary Custom in the Bronze Age of Southeastern Hungary: Diachronic and Synchronic Perspectives; J.M. O'Shea. Kingdom and Community in Early Anglo-Saxon Eastern England; G. Fisher. Regional Cults and Ethnic Boundaries in `Southern Hopewell'; L.A. Beck. Population Analysis: Regional Approaches to the Investigation of Past Human Biocultural Structure; L.W. Konigsberg, J.E. Buikstra. An Osteological Perspective on Prehistoric Warfare; G.R. Milner. Concluding Remarks: Regional Perspectives on Mortuary Analysis; C.S. Larsen. Index.

Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Tombs -- Congresses.
Funeral rites and ceremonies -- Congresses.
Archaeology -- Methodology -- Congresses.