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Jones, C., O. Carey, C. Hennigar
2011
January
Proceedings Of The Royal Irish Academy Section C-Archaeology Celtic Studies History Linguistics Literature
Domestic production and the political economy in prehistory: evidence from the Burren, Co. Clare
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Three closely related prehistoric landscapes located in the Burren in Co. Clare are investigated with the aim of exploring the relationships between households and the wider societies within which they functioned. Particular emphasis is placed on the spatial expression of residential, economic and ritual activities across the landscapes. The changing relationship between domestic production and the developing political economy is placed in its wider Irish and British context and discussed in terms of gift exchanges and debt relationships.
DOI 10.3318/PRIAC.2010.111.33
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