Este Blogue tem como objectivo a discussão da violência em geral e da guerra na Pré-História em particular. A Arqueologia da Península Ibérica tem aqui especial relevo. Esperamos cruzar dados de diferentes campos do conhecimento com destaque para a Antropologia Social. As críticas construtivas são bem vindas neste espaço, que se espera, de conhecimento.

Guerra Primitiva\Pré-Histórica
Violência interpessoal colectiva entre duas ou mais comunidades políticas distintas, com o uso de armas tendo como objectivo causar fatalidades, por um motivo colectivo sem hipótese de compensação.

Friday, 17 April 2009

Warfare and Violence in Prehistoric Europe.

A conference organised by the School of Archaeology and Palaeoecology,
Queen’s University Belfast, to be held on May 27-29, 2005
Registration forms information at:
For queries contact:
Ian Armit
or Rick Schulting

Friday 27 May
7.15 Lawrence Keeley Keynote address: Baffles, bastions and V-section ditches:
the universal features of fortifications

Saturday 28 May
9.00 Registration
Session 1: Chair: Ian Armit
9.30 Ian Armit, Chris Knüsel Approaches to warfare and violence: an introduction
John Robb and Rick Schulting
9.45 Nick Thorpe Fighting and feuding in Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Europe
10.15 Pia Bennike Interpretation of bone injuries from Danish prehistory
10.45 Discussion
11.00 COFFEE
11.30 Jörg Orscheidt and The Linearbandkeramik enclosure of Herxheim. Theatre of
M.N. Haidle war or ritual centre?
12.00 John Robb Meaningful violence
12.30 Mariya Ivanova Tells and invasion theories: warfare in 5th millennium BC NE Bulgaria
1.00 Discussion
1.15 LUNCH
Session II: Chair: Chris Knüsel
2.30 Rick Schulting Scales of violence in early prehistoric Europe
3.00 Detlef Gronenborn Climate change and sociopolitical crises in Neolithic societies of
Central Europe
3.30 Discussion
4.15 Roger Mercer By other means … Warfare in earlier prehistory until c. 500 BC
4.45 Isabella Mulhall New discoveries of Irish Bog Bodies: the National Museum of
Ireland Project
5.15 Discussion
6.15 Jonathan McCormick Iconography of Paramilitary Murals in Northern Ireland

Sunday 29 May
Session III: Chair: Eileen Murphy
9.30 Anthony Harding Velim (central Bohemia) and the question of Bronze Age warfare
in Europe
10.00 Ian Armit Iron Age head-hunting re-visited
10.30 Mags McCartney Enemies and ancestors: Iron Age head-hunting in southern France
11.00 Discussion
11.15 COFFEE
11.45 Simon James Warriors, soldiers and the ‘truth about killing’
12.15 Chris Knüsel The evidence of warfare: subtle stigmata
12.45 Jim Mallory Indo-European warfare
1.15 Discussion
1.30 LUNCH
2.45 Screening of the documentary film ‘Dead Birds’ with introduction and discussion

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