William Parkinson
William Parkinson
Field Museum of Natural History and University of Illinois at Chicago
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Secondary states in perspective: An integrated approach to state formation in the prehistoric Aegean
WA Parkinson, ML Galaty
American Anthropologist 109 (1), 113-129, 2007
1742007
Fortifications and enclosures in European prehistory: a cross-cultural perspective
WA Parkinson, PR Duffy
Journal of Archaeological Research 15 (2), 97-141, 2007
1112007
Tribal boundaries: Stylistic variability and social boundary maintenance during the transition to the Copper Age on the Great Hungarian Plain
WA Parkinson
Journal of Anthropological Archaeology 25 (1), 33-58, 2006
752006
The social organization of early copper age tribes on the Great Hungarian Plain
WA Parkinson
University of Michigan, 1999
711999
Integration, interaction, and tribal ‘cycling’: the transition to the Copper Age on the Great Hungarian Plain
WA Parkinson
The archaeology of tribal societies, 391-438, 2002
692002
Integration of geophysical surveys, ground hyperspectral measurements, aerial and satellite imagery for archaeological prospection of prehistoric sites: the case study of …
A Sarris, N Papadopoulos, A Agapiou, MC Salvi, DG Hadjimitsis, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 40 (3), 1454-1470, 2013
652013
Redistribution in Aegean palatial societies. Redistributive economies from a theoretical and cross-cultural perspective
D Nakassis, WA Parkinson, ML Galaty
American Journal of Archaeology 115 (2), 177-184, 2011
652011
Geophysical prospection and soil chemistry at the Early Copper Age settlement of Veszto-Bikeri, Southeastern Hungary
A Sarris, ML Galaty, RW Yerkes, WA Parkinson, A Gyucha, DM Billingsley, ...
Journal of Archaeological Science 31 (7), 927-939, 2004
652004
The Archaeology of Tribal Societies
WA Parkinson
Berghahn Books, 2002
622002
Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces II
ML Galaty, WA Parkinson
ISD LLC, 2007
562007
Chipping away at a Mycenaean economy: Obsidian exchange, Linear B, and palatial control in Late Bronze Age Messenia
WA Parkinson
Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces: New Interpretations of an Old Idea, 73-85, 1999
511999
Archaic state interaction: the eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age
WA Parkinson, ML Galaty
School for Advanced Research Press, 2009
452009
Crafts, Specialists, and Markets in Mycenaean Greece. Introduction
WA Parkinson, D Nakassis, ML Galaty
American Journal of Archaeology 117 (3), 413-422, 2013
442013
Introduction: Archaeology and tribal societies
WA Parkinson
The Archaeology of Tribal Societies, International Monographs in Prehistory …, 2002
432002
Introduction: Mycenaean palaces rethought
ML Galaty, WA Parkinson
Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces II, revised and expanded edition, Cotsen …, 2007
412007
A Multiscalar approach to modeling the end of the Neolithic on the Great Hungarian Plain using Calibrated Radiocarbon dates
RW Yerkes, A Gyucha, W Parkinson
Radiocarbon 51 (3), 1071-1109, 2009
392009
Early copper age settlements in the Körös region of the Great Hungarian Plain
WA Parkinson, RW Yerkes, A Gyucha, A Sarris, M Morris, RB Salisbury
Journal of Field Archaeology 35 (2), 164-183, 2010
372010
The Transition from the Neolithic to the Copper Age: Excavations at Vésztö-Bikeri, Hungary, 2000–2002
WA Parkinson, RW Yerkes, A Gyucha
Journal of Field Archaeology 29 (1-2), 101-121, 2004
332004
State and society
D Nakassis, ML Galaty, WA Parkinson
The Oxford Handbook of the Bronze Age Aegean, 2010
312010
The transition to the Copper Age on the Great Hungarian Plain. The Körös Regional Archaeological Project: excavations at Vésztő-Bikeri and Körösladány-Bikeri, Hungary, 2000–2002
WA Parkinson, A Gyucha, RW Yerkes
Journal Field Arch 29, 101-121, 2004
312004
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