This article focuses on aspects of spatial analysis and cultural evolution. Three questions guide the discussion. They are 1) what are the relationships among types of spatial analysis and cultural evolution, 2) how prehistoric populations used spatial analysis to provide themselves with adaptive advantages, and 3) how has the use of spatial analysis evolved in the field of archaeology. The first, one might call the analytic, the second – the pre-emic, and the third- the reflexive question.
Volume 2 Number 1
- Prehistoric Space: An Archaeological Perspective
- Landscape Contexts of Wedge Tombs in the Northwest of Ireland
- A Predictive Model based on Environmental variables for Optimal Site Location of Archaeological Sites in Erie County
- Interregional Interaction and the Prehistoric Social Development of the Rivas Region, Pacific Nicarauguaarticle
- Archaic Giant’s Grave: Exploring Site Distribution Within a Unique Microenvironment on the Alleghany Plateau, 4000-1500 BC