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edited by Katina T. Lillios and Vasileios Tsamis 1. Introduction (Katina T. Lillios and Vasileios Tsamis) 2. Natural substances, landscape forms, symbols and funerary monuments: Elements of cultural memory among the Neolithic and Copper Age societies of southern Spain (Leonardo Garcia Sanjuan and David W. Wheatley) 3. Mnemonic practices of the Iberian Neolithic: The production and use of the engraved slate plaque-relics (Katina T. Lillios) 4. The art of memory: Personal ornaments in Copper Age South-East Italy (Robin Skeates) 5. Burning Matters: Memory, violence and monumentality in the British Neolithic (Andrew Jones) 6. Layers of memory: An embodied approach to the Late Bronze Age of Central Macedonia, Greece (Vasileios Tsamis) 7. Memory, landscape, and body in Bronze Age Denmark (Janet E. Levy) 8. Memory maps: The mnemonics of central European Iron Age burial mounds (Bettina Arnold) 9. Memories of features, memories in finds. The remembrance of the past in Iron Age Scandinavia (Lars Larsson) 10. Re-collecting the fragments: Archaeology as mnemonic practice (Yannis Hamilakis)

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Overall, I found the volume a thought-provoking read, with several papers showcasing the real utility of memory studies in explaining social change and continuity. Material mnemonics was an aptly chosen title; mnemonic devices were not elegant theoretical constructions floating above material evidence but were grounded in it, emergent from it. This rapprochement of theory and data often seems a rarity in archaeological literature and should be celebrated. I suspect it will also lend the volume a wider readership; the papers are short on unexplained jargon yet reasonably self-reflexive and critical of modernist preconceptions when dealing with data.' -- Katie Hall Archaeological Review from Cambridge

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