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origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeastern Europe

a zooarchaeological perspective from the central Balkans

by Elizabeth R. Arnold

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Published by Archaeopress in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Transhumance -- Balkan Peninsula,
  • Pastoral systems -- Balkan Peninsula,
  • Animal remains (Archaeology) -- Balkan Peninsula

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. 123-131).

    StatementElizabeth R. Arnold, Haskel J. Greenfield.
    SeriesBAR international series -- 1538
    ContributionsGreenfield, Haskel J.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSF55.B3 A76 2006
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxx, 160 p. :
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19837699M
    ISBN 101841719706

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Arnold, Elizabeth R.S and Haskel J. GreenfieldPI The Origins of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeastern Europe: A Zooarchaeological Perspective from the Central Balkans. British Archaeological Reports, International Series No. Greenfield, Haskel J.

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In Man and Animals in the Past: Essays in Honor of A.T. Clason. Greenfield, Haskel J. a The origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeastern Europe. In Transhumant Pastoralism in Southern Europe: Recent Perspectives from Archaeology, History, and Ethnography, edited by Laszlo Bartosiewicz and.

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Transhumant pastoralism and the colonization of the highlands in temperate southeastern Europe. In Untrampled ground - untrammelled views: Human exploitation of and settlement patterns on new landscapes (Proceedings of.

Arnold, ElizabethS and Haskel J. GreenfieldPI A zooarchaeological perspective on the origins of vertical transhumant pastoralism and the colonization of marginal habitats in temperate southeastern Europe. In Colonisation, Migration and Marginal. History, Henan University for Bronze Age transhumant pastoralism and does not contradict the results of the combined The origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeastern Europe.

Transhumance is a form of pastoralism that has been practised around the world since animals were first domesticated. Such seasonal movements have formed an important aspect of many European farming systems for several thousand years, although they have declined markedly since the nineteenth century.

The origins of transhumant pastoralism and the colonization of agriculturally marginal highlands in temperate southeastern Europe: an explanatory model Chapter Full-text available. A Zooarchaeological Perspective on the Origins of Vertical Transhumant Pastoralism and the Colonization of Marginal Habitats in Temperate Southeastern Europe (Elizabeth R.

Arnold and Haskel J. Greenfield) A Review of the Session: Margins and Marginality (Anthony J. Legge). Transhumance, form of pastoralism or nomadism organized around the migration of livestock between mountain pastures in warm seasons and lower altitudes the rest of the year.

The seasonal migration may also occur between lower and upper latitudes (as in the movement of Siberian reindeer between the subarctic taiga and the Arctic tundra). Most peoples who practice transhumance also engage in.

The origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeastern Europe: A zooarchaeological perspective from the central Balkans. British Archaeological Reports, International Series No.

Oxford: Archaeo Press. The origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeastern Europe (British Archaeological Reports international series ). Greenfield (a Greenfield (, Greenfield (, a hypothesized that this area is the first temperate environment in Europe to experience the effects of transhumant pastoralism.

It is. Transhumance is a form of pastoralism that has been practised around the world since animals were first domesticated. Such seasonal movements have formed an important aspect of many European farming systems for several thousand years, although they have declined markedly since the nineteenth century.

Ethnographers and geographers have long been involved in recording transhumant. Transhumant agro-pastoralism is the seasonal migration of livestock and humans from one agro-ecological zone to the other and back, from an established permanent home base with some cropping (Evans ;Rota and Sperandini ;Waters-Bayer and Bayer ).Mobility is key to transhumant pastoral systems, enabling herders to move their livestock at different points in time.

The origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeastern Europe. In L. Bartosiewicz & H. Greenfield (Eds.), Transhumant pastoralism in Southern Europe: Recent perspectives from archaeology, history, and ethnography.

The Origins of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeastern Europe A zooarchaeological perspective from the Central Balkans £ Transhumant pastoralism in Southern Europe: recent perspectives from archaeology, history and ethnology.

Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: L Bartosiewicz; Haskel J Greenfield. # history of Europe\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n schema. The Origins of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeastern Europe; Space and Spatial Analysis in Archaeology; British Archaeological Reports Publishing: Oxford, UK, ; pp.

– [. Transhumance is a type of pastoralism or nomadism, a seasonal movement of livestock between fixed summer and winter pastures. In montane regions (vertical transhumance), it implies movement between higher pastures in summer and lower valleys in winter.

Herders have a permanent home, typically in valleys. Generally only the herds travel, with a certain number of people necessary to tend them.

In addition to the book The Origins of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeastern Europe: A Zooarchaeological Perspective from the Central Balkans, he has published over seventy academic articles.

References. decline in the pastoral economy in the late s. Since the mids, however, transhumant pastoralism has once again become a viable economic activity in the Polish Carpathians.

Its revival largely coincides with Poland’s accession to the European Union in and the subse-quent institutional and normative harmonisation of the.

Get this from a library. Historical archaeologies of transhumance across Europe. [Eugene Costello; Eva Svensson;] -- Transhumance is a form of pastoralism that has been practised around the world since animals were first domesticated.

It can vary greatly in scale and nature but. A Zooarchaeological Perspective on the Origins of Vertical Transhumant Pastoralism and the Colonization of Marginal Habitats in Temperate Southeastern Europe (pp.

The Origins of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeastern Europe: A Zooarchaeological Perspective from the Central Balkans. British Archaeological Reports, International Series No.

Ethnographers and geographers have long been involved in recording transhumant practices, and in the last two decades archaeologists have started to add a new material dimension to the subject. This volume brings together recent advances in the study of European transhumance during historical times, from Sweden to Spain, Romania to Ireland, and.

E.R. Arnold, H.J. GreenfieldA zooarchaeological perspective on the origins of vertical transhumant pastoralism and the colonization of marginal habitats in temperate southeastern Europe J. Mulville, A. Outram (Eds.), The Zooarchaeology of Fats, Oils, Milk and Dairying, Oxbow Books, Oxford (), pp.

Greenfield HJ () The origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeastern Europe. In: Bartosiewicz L, Greenfield HJ (eds) Transhumant pastoralism in Southern Europe: recent perspectives from archaeology, history and ethnography.

Archaeolingua Publishers (Academy of Sciences), Budapest, pp 15– Google Scholar. Introduction. Transhumant pastoralism (THP)—the seasonal migration of livestock and humans between many agro-ecological zones—is an age-old practice in many mountain regions (Byers ; Rota and Sperandini ).In the Himalaya, for more than years pastoralists have transformed the ecosystem into economically productive assets for their livelihoods, and even today.

Full access to this book and o more; Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles The Origins of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeastern Europe The Origins of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeastern Europe The advent of transhumant pastoralism in temperate southeast Europe: a zooarchaeological perspective from the Central Balkans, in Bartosiewicz, L.

& Greenfield, H. (ed.) Transhumant Pastoralism in Southern Europe: 15 – Budapest: Archaeolingua. Arnold E, Greenfield H () The origins of transhumant pastoralism in temperate South Eastern Europe: a zooarchaeological perspective from the Central. The earlier part of the Bronze Age in temperate southeastern Europe (c.

– B.C.) presents a confusing picture to the unwary archaeologist. Although over the years more publications have appeared in English, German, and French, many basic site reports and syntheses are only fully available in.

The origin of pastoralism has been much discussed, especially in an older type of literature that is influenced, unconsciously perhaps, by Marxist historical schemas.

Pastoralism was seen as an evolutionary stage in human history, a phase following hunting. Explain the differences between nomadic pastoral and transhumant migrations. How did each shape Afro-Eurasian history during the second millennium BCE.

pastoral - migrate over great distances transhumant - migrate seasonally and live close to other settlements. Europe - forests dominated north and west and area's sparse population was slow.

The earlier part of the Bronze Age in temperate southeastern Europe (c. – b.c.) presents a confusing picture to the unwary archaeologist. Although over the years more publications have appeared in English, German, and French, many basic site reports and syntheses are only fully available in Hungarian, Romanian, Bulgarian, Serbian, or other indigenous languages.

Archaeological research in temperate southeastern Europe (also known as the central or northern Balkans) has been ongoing for more than years (Figure 1). Most research on the Early Neolithic societies of the region has been concerned with the intra- and inter-regional chronologies and culture history (Ehrich and Bankoff ).

H.J. GreenfieldThe Advent of Transhumant Pastoralism in Temperate Southeast Europe: A Zooarchaeological Perspective from the Central Balkans L.

Bartosiewicz, H.J. Greenfield (Eds.), Transhumant Pastoralism in Southeastern Europe: Recent Perspectives from Archaeology, History and Ethnology, Archaeolingua, Budapest (), pp. A Zooarchaeological Perspective on the Origins of Vertical Transhumant Pastoralism and the Colonization of Marginal Habitats in Temperate Southeastern Europe Elizabeth R.

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