Emerging complexity : the later prehistory of south-east Spain, Iberia, and the west Mediterranean /
How, when and why did inherited differences of wealth, status and power arise in human communities? At the heart of Emerging Complexity is the thesis that complex societies developed independently during the Copper and Bronze Ages in south-east Spain, and in the wider context of the Iberian peninsul...
Cambridge University Press,
|Series:||New studies in archaeology.