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(p. x) List of Figures

(p. x) List of Figures

  1. 2.1 Pitt Rivers' diagram of a series of Australian ‘Clubs, Boomerangs, Shields and Lances’ (1875). 32

  2. 2.2 ‘Zulu wooden vessels from the Museum of the Berlin Mission’, from Friedrich Ratzel's The History of Mankind (1897). 33

  3. 2.3 Illustration of ‘Neolithic figurines from Crete and their relatives’, from Gordon Childe's The Dawn of European Civilization (1925). 35

  4. 2.4 Plan of the butchering area at the Anavik Springs site, Alaska, from Lewis Binford's In Pursuit of the Past (1983). 41

  5. 2.5 Artefacts from the Lozi Area of western Zambia, from Ian Hodder's Symbols in Action (1982). 52

  6. 2.6 Paddles and anvils for ceramic manufacture in the Malwa region of central India, from the Appendix to Daniel Miller's Artefacts as Categories (1985). 54

  7. 2.7 Examples of 1980s British and Swedish beer cans, from Michael Shanks and Christopher Tilley's Re‐Constructing Archaeology (1987a). 56

  8. 2.8 Ian Hodder's model of associations of ‘domus’ and ‘agrios’ in Neolithic south‐east Europe, from his The Domestication of Europe (1990). 59

  9. 3.1 The container ship MSC Napoli grounded off the Devon coast (January 2007). 102

  10. 3.2 People arrive on Branscombe beach (Devon, England) to search through the containers. 105

  11. 3.3 A woman collects cosmetic products washed up on Branscombe beach, Devon, England. 109

  12. 3.4 Melanie Jackson's The Undesirables: the MSC Napoli grounded on the gallery floor. 115

  13. 3.5 Melanie Jackson's The Undesirables: paper sculptures. 116

  14. 4.1 Title page of Pennsylvania Dutchman, showing square dancers at the Kutztown Folk Festival. 128

  15. 4.2 Thatched house and south‐western Scottish Highlands roping techniques for thatch. 136

  16. (p. xi)

    4.3 Early nineteenth‐century row housing at Sandy Row, Belfast, Northern Ireland. 138

  17. 4.4 Examples of Irish houses with rope thatching. 139

  18. 4.5 A nineteenth‐century house at Inishowen Peninsula, County Donegal. 145

  19. 4.6 A 1970s bungalow, Plate Cove, Newfoundland, Canada. 147

  20. 5.1 Imported beads and manacles in large calabashes, Banda area, Ghana. 162

  21. 5.2 A household shrine in the Banda area, Ghana. 164

  22. 5.3 A household shrine in Tongo‐Tengzug, Ghana. 165

  23. 8.1 Shopping for second‐hand European clothes at a rural Kenyan market. 219

  24. 8.2 Coca‐Cola advertising in rural Africa (Siaya, Kenya). 221

  25. 8.3 Cultural tourism and the use of archaeological objects in popular culture in Murlo, Italy. 224

  26. 8.4 Open‐area excavations at Lattes, France. 227

  27. 9.1 Ole Worm's cabinet of curiosities (1655). 231

  28. 9.2 Maori artefacts collected on Cook's second voyage (1772–1775). 234

  29. 9.3 An illustration of barrow digging from Gentleman's Magazine (1852). 236

  30. 9.4 Bronislaw Malinowski in the Trobriand Islands (1915–1918). 237

  31. 9.5 Controlled excavation at Maiden Castle by Mortimer Wheeler (1934–1937). 241

  32. 11.1 The Westminster Panels, commissioned by or for George Fascet, Abbot of Westminster (c. ad 1498–1500). 271

  33. 11.2 Mosaic from Lullingstone Roman villa (4th century ad). 273

  34. 11.3 Duane Hanson's Tourists (1970). 274

  35. 11.4 Kula canoe setting off on a voyage from Vakuta to Kitava (1977). 281

  36. 11.5 Haida portrait mask of a dead youth (collected 1880s). 282

  37. 11.6 Boys being painted for a circumcision ceremony at Yirrkala, Arnhem Land, Australia (1974). 286

  38. 11.7 Body painting at a Yolngu circumcision ceremony at Yilpara, Arnhem Land, Australia (2004). 287

  39. 12.1 Assemblage and deposition: Early Bronze Age grave goods from a cremation burial from Bulford, near Stonehenge, England. 293

  40. 12.2 Structured deposition at the late Neolithic henge enclosure of Durrington Walls, Wiltshire, England. 299

  41. 12.3 Midden deposits around late Neolithic houses at Durrington Walls, Wiltshire, England. 302

  42. (p. xii)

    12.4 Repetitive deposits of jar necks, sherds, and other materials at Mantecales, Honduras. 305

  43. 13.1 A 1909 advertisement promising to liberate the woman driver of a Columbus Electric Automobile. 326

  44. 13.2 The Detroit Electric's ‘Aristocratic Roadster’ (1912). 327

  45. 13.3 Two ceramic vessels from North Dakota, USA. 330

  46. 15.1 ‘Androgynous’ Hamangia figurine from Neolithic south‐east Europe. 373

  47. 15.2 Mayan hieroglyphic inscription showing siblings and a ‘wayeh’ in the form of a serpent. 378

  48. 15.3 Two Taino artefacts from the western Caribbean. 382

  49. 16.1 Bellarmine jug from London with contents. 397

  50. 17.1 A chimpanzee at Bossou, Guinea, West Africa. 414

  51. 17.2 An adult female chimpanzee at Gombe, Tanzania, East Africa. 415

  52. 17.3 A chimpanzee at Mahale, Tanzania, East Africa. 415

  53. 17.4 An adult female chimpanzee with both her offspring at Bossou, Guinea, West Africa. 418

  54. 17.5 A wild capuchin in Brazil. 420

  55. 17.6 A Japanese macaque at Arashiyama, Japan. 420

  56. 19.1 Human and animal architecture: plan of a beaver lodge and floor plan and cross‐section of an Eskimo house, from Tim Ingold's The Perception of the Environment (2000). 443

  57. 19.2 Aerial view of Thingwall Park Allotments, Eastville, Bristol. 451

  58. 19.3 Local residents campaigning to stop development of Royate Hill Nature Reserve, Easton, Bristol (May 1992). 454

  59. 20.1 The urban world at night, early twenty‐first century ad. 462

  60. 20.2 Routeways and enclosures in Da‐Du (founded late thirteenth century ad) and Angkor Thom (founded late twelth century ad). 464

  61. 20.3 Plan of Greater Angkor, Cambodia (ninth to sixteenth century ad). 465

  62. 20.4 Galveston, Texas—the morning after the hurricane of ad 1900. 469

  63. 20.5 Stalingrad, late ad 1942. 471

  64. 20.6 View of Edo, Japan: former capital of the Tokugawa state. 474

  65. 20.7 Comparative durations of compact and low‐density agrarian‐based capitals (third century bc to nineteenth century ad). 479

  66. 20.8 Squatters along the river: Siem Reap, Cambodia (2008). 481

  67. 23.1 Michael Schiffer's five steps in the life cycle of durable elements (1972). 522

  68. 23.2 A glass Kimberley Point.531

  69. (p. xiii) 23.3 Visitors to the archaeological site at the Dennawan Reserve, New South Wales (2002). 537

  70. 23.4 Josey Byno holding a stone artefact at the Dennawan Reserve, New South Wales (2002). 538

  71. 24.1 Gardens of Versailles: view of the Apollo Fountain and Canal. 546

  72. 24.2 Gardens of Versailles: statue of the Rhone River. 547

  73. 24.3 Gardens of Versailles: North Allée. 548

  74. 24.4 An early eighteenth‐century greenhouse proposed by Louis Liger d'Auxerre for tender trees in northern climates. 550

  75. 24.5 Detail of circulade storehouse at Bram, Aude, France. 552

  76. 24.6 Street forming part of a circulade landscape at Sorèze, Tarn, France. 553

  77. 24.7 Windmill in Lauragais, France. 556

  78. 24.8 Gardens of Versailles: Fountain of Summer (Ceres). 560

  79. 25.1 Excavation plan of the Ascott‐under‐Wychwood long barrow, Oxfordshire. 564

  80. 25.2 Longitudinal section through the Ascott‐under‐Wychwood long barrow, Oxfordshire. 567

  81. 25.3 Reconstruction of Neolithic pit hut at Podgoritsa‐platoto. 570

  82. 25.4 Michael Heizer's Double Negative (1969–1970). 572

  83. 25.5 Plan of timber structures at the Ascott‐under‐Wychwood long barrow, Oxfordshire. 577

  84. 25.6 Assorted house‐plans from the late Neolithic, Bulgaria. 581

  85. 25.7 Robert Morris' Untitled (2 L-Beams) (1965–1967). 582

  86. 26.1 Ceramic tableware forms skeuomorphing wooden containers, Early and Middle Neolithic Knossos. 601

  87. 26.2 Ceramic surfaces and forms skeuomorphing wooden containers, Early and Middle Neolithic Knossos. 602

  88. 26.3 Ceramic forms skeuomorphing basketry, Early and Middle Neolithic Knossos. 603

  89. 26.4 Flat‐based mugs, Middle and Late Neolithic I Knossos. 605

  90. 26.5 A polychrome ‘Kamares’ jar, Middle Minoan IB Knossos. 608

  91. 26.6 Minoan conical Cups, Late Minoan I, from Kastri on Kythera. 609

  92. 26.7 Minoan pithos, Middle Minoan II, from Quartier MU, Malia. 610

  93. 26.8 Minoan rhyton, Middle Minoan IIIA, from Akrotiri, Thera. 611

  94. 27.1 The fetish in modern European popular culture: illustration from Hergé's Kuifje in Afrika (1931). 619

  95. 27.2 The fetish in modern European popular culture: illustration from Hergé's Het Gebroken Oor (1937). 620

  96. 27.3 The fetish in missionary propaganda. 621

  97. 27.4 Commodity fetishism in early Victorian Britain. 624