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Chipped stone tools from the Early Bronze Age settlement of Minferri (2100-1650 cal. BC) (Lleida, Spain). Raw materials, technology and activities inferred Dioscorides Marin Castro, Juan F. Gibaja Bao, Natalia Alonso Martinez, David Ortega Cobos, Antoni Palomo Perez and Andreu Moya Garra The artisans of metal and the elite in the western Hallstatt zone (630-450 BC) Emilie Dubreucq For blacksmiths, are advanced technical skills the way to achieve elite status? The case of the Western Hallstatt area during the transition between First and Second Iron Ages Anne Filippini

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Ann Brysbaert is Associate Professor/Reader in Archaeological Sciences and Material Culture Studies at the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University where she is the Principal Investigator for the ERC Consolidator Grant funded project SETinSTONE (2015-2020). Previously, she held permanent and senior research positions at the University of Leicester (Museum Studies), Glasgow University (Dept of Archaeology), Heidelberg University and Leiden University, and has been Professeur Invitee at the University of Bordeaux Montaigne, France. Her main publications to-date are: Material Crossovers: Knowledge Networks and the Movement of Technological Knowledge between Craft Traditions. London: Routledge (2014, with K. Rebay-Salisbury and L. Foxhall); Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean. London: Routledge (2011); Power of Technology in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean. The Case of Painted Plaster. (Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology, 12), London: Equinox Press (2008). She is currently finalizing: Tracing Local, Regional and Interregional Craft Networks Viewed through a Technological Lens at Late Bronze Age Tiryns. A Comparative Mycenaean Workshop Study. (Universitatsforschungen zur Prahistorischen Archaologie. Reihe Heidelberg). Bonn: Rudolf Habelt (with M. Vetters). Alexis Gorgues is Associate Professor in Late Prehistoric Archaeology at the University of Bordeaux Montaigne. He was previously fellow of the Casa de Velazquez (Ecole des Hautes Etudes Hispaniques et Iberiques, Madrid, 2003-2005), and Assistant Lecturer at the University of Toulouse 2- Jean Jaures. He directed excavations in Southern France and Spain, on Late Bronze Age and Iron Age settlements as well as in potters' workshops. His main publications to date are (with P. Moret and J.A. Benavente Serrano) Iberos del Matarrana. Investigaciones arqueologicas en Valdeltormo, Calaceite, Cretas y La Fresneda (Teruel), (Al-Qannis, 11), Alcaniz (2006) and Economie et societe dans le nord-est du domaine iberique, (Anejos del Archivo Espanol de Arqueologia, LII), Madrid (2010).

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