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Walking in Cyprus: Ancient landscapes and modern bias.
Sarah Tyrrell Stewart
Written in English
Research on the earliest habitation of Cyprus has largely been limited to the finds from excavation at a few sites, or gazetteer-style lists compiled from earlier surveys and fortuitous finds. Generally, though, there was little interest in finding and researching small lithic scatters and resource areas that may be of importance in unravelling the patterns of prehistoric land use. This thesis looks specifically at archaeological evidence from two research projects, the Canadian Palaipaphos Survey Project (CPSP) in southwest Cyprus and the Idalion Survey Project (ISP) in the central Troodos foothills. I focus on the distribution of, and the relationship between, large habitation sites, small, enigmatic lithic scatters and lithic resource areas. I support this with a study of ethnographic research on modern land use behaviour, and ethnoarchaeological research on the modern dhoukani (threshing sledge) industry. This latter is especially important as it sheds light not only on the locations and quality of numerous chert sources in both study areas, but documents modern behaviour in lithic acquisition, production and distribution, which may be crucial for understanding how lithic craftsmen worked in the past.During the course of my survey work, it became apparent to me that observer bias had a profound effect on the identification, collection and interpretation of the archaeological data. A major part of this thesis focusses on ways to identify and correct for a number of these types of biases. Taking into account these limitations on the results from the surveys, my research suggests that the early Neolithic inhabitants were not optimizing costs in lithic raw material selection, but were intentionally exploiting distant sources, despite having excellent quality sources much closer to their habitation sites. Based on the ethnographic and ethnoarchaeological studies, I suggest that this was the result of intentional strategies of risk management.
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With our walking holidays you can explore a destination in depth and take in its landscapes. Choose from guided group walking tours or self-guided walking trips. E-news Contact Us Free Catalog Request Toll Free USA - 1 - Canada – 1 1 - . Tours in North Cyprus. By legend the birthplace of the ancient Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, Cyprus' modern history has, in contrast, been dominated by enmity between its Greek and Turkish inhabitants. But there’s an abundance of archaeological remains from the many civilisations who have inhabited the land over the centuries, and the north is considered the most beautiful and /5(32).
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