Spondylus shells were prized as seafood but also invested with
social and symbolic significance in many prehistoric cultures. This
volume offers a broad and up-to-date discussion of the Spondylus
phenomenon in prehistory, in diverse archaeological contexts from
Europe and two areas of the New World. It brings together new
archaeological data, methodological advances, and current
interpretations for the study of this important material. Further
understanding comes from consideration of other shell technologies,
ancient and traditional.
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