Auteur : Oliver Nakoinz

Johanna-Mestorf Akademie
Christian-Albrechts-Universität
Leibnizstraße 3
D-24118 Kiel
oliver.nakoinz@ufg.uni-kiel.de
0000-0003-2113-0157

nuage de mots Nakoinz

Oliver Nakoinz is an archaeologist with an interest in Iron Age, Quantitative Archaeology, Archaeological Modelling, Landscape Archaeology and Underwater Archaeology. He is currently lecturer at Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (Germany).

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Accès au livre Vix et le phénomène princier
The current world is shaped by territoriality. While territories are usually interpreted as political areas, territoriality is a broader concept concerned with a specific kind of spatial organization. Territories are defined as areas with sharp borders and are assigned to a certain entity. This paper reviews some approaches to investigating territoriality and presents two case studies: marked borders and interaction space. While linear fortifications represent marked borders in Jutland, no marked borders can be found in south-western Germany.
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