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How will we comprehend the systemic interactions that happened in and among varied areas of prehistoric Eurasia and their outcomes for people, teams and areas on either a theoretical and empirical foundation? Such interactions helped create financial and cultural spheres that have been collectively established but specified. This quantity, rising from a convention hosted in reminiscence of Professor Andrew Sherratt in Sheffield in April 2008 and in honour of his contributions to large-scale fiscal historical past, offers a few assorted archaeological responses to this challenge. those variety from from "world-systems" via "ritual economies" to "textile rivalries," and tackle the problem of documenting, explaining and figuring out the increasingly more interwoven worlds of prehistoric Eurasia.

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