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Word count: words
1. See further H. Bhabha, "Signs taken for wonders: questions of ambivalence and authority under a tree outside Delhi, May 1817," in H. Bhabha, The Location of Culture (London 1994 ), 102-22; U. Hannerz, [quot ]The world of creolisation,[quot ] Africa 57 (1987) 546-59; N. Thomas, Entangled Objects: Exchange, Colonialism and Material Culture in the Pacific (Cambridge, MA 1991); P. van Dommelen, [quot ]Colonial constructs: colonialism and archaeology in the Mediterranean,[quot ] World Archaeology 28 (1997) 305-23; J.K. Papadopoulos, [quot ]Phantom Euboians,[quot ] Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 10 (1997) 191-219.
2. R. Leighton, Morgantina Studies Vol. IV: The Protohistoric Settlement on the Cittadella (Princeton 1993) 97-110.
3. A.J. Graham, [quot ]The historical interpretation of Al Mina,[quot ] Dialogues d'Histoire Ancienne 12 (1986) 51-59; J.K. Papadopoulos, [quot ]Euboians in Macedonia? A closer look,[quot ] Oxford Journal of Archaeology 15 (1996) 151-81. See also the important recent monographs: J.M. Hall, Ethnic Identity in Greek Antiquity (Cambridge 1997); S. Jones, The Archaeology of Ethnicity: Constructing Identities in the Past and Present (London and New York 1997).
4. To the comparanda for cheese graters presented on p. 110, n. 19, add the recent discussion by D. Ridgway, [quot ]Nestor's cup and the Etruscans,[quot ] Oxford Journal of Archaeology 16 (1997) 325-44.
5. A term properly denoting the place of cremation, but often used in Sicily and south Italy to refer to any burned area in a cemetery.
6. L. Jørgensen, [quot ]Family burial practices and inheritance systems. The development of an Iron Age society from 500 B.C. to A.D. 1000 on Bornholm, Denmark,[quot ] Acta Archaeologica 58 (1987) 17-53; id., [quot ]Castel Trosino and Nocera Umbra. A chronological and social analysis of family burial practices in Lombard Italy (6th-8th centuries A.D.),[quot ] Acta Archaeologica 62 (1991) 1-58; I. Morris, Death Ritual and Social Structure in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge 1992).
7. A.M. Bietti Sestieri, La necropoli laziale di Osteria dell'Osa (Rome 1992) for the formal presentation of the archaeological material; ead., The Iron Age Communities of Osteria dell'Osa: A Study of Socio-Political Development in Central Tyrrhenian Italy (Cambridge 1993) for a more theoretically aware analytical overview.