"[The authors] have penned a celebration of settlement archaeology for the 1990s. The book is written in a lively and engaging style, which is a tribute both to the authors and to the translator, and it maintains a clear, concise, and thorough analytical organization. This volume should serve as a beacon for future research on the promising horizon of landscape archaeology." —Matthew L. Murray, American Journal of Archaeology
"A pioneering exploration of the transformation of Europe's landscape, this valuable contribution will delight scholars and specialists." —Choice
"For anyone seeking an introduction to the settlement archaeology of later prehistoric Europe, or even a detailed discussion of many inricate technicalities, this book is the best place to start. It is an excellent work of synthetic scholarship... " —Journal of Field Archaeology
Though the Romans portrayed the Celts as barbarians, archaeological inquiry has revealed that the period before the Roman conquest in Celtic Europe was one of great technological, social, and economic progress. This book is a well-illustrated overview of the Celtic world at a time of rapid advancement that produced a remarkable level of cultural unity in a vast region stretching from the Danube to the Atlantic coasts.
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