Fynn Wilkes

ROOTS member (PhD candidate)

Olshausenstraße 80h, R. EG.08
Phone: +49 431 880-6573
Telefax: +49 431 880-5498

I am an archaeologist with interests in geo-, social-, and economic archaeology. In my doctoral thesis, I deal with the development of social inequality in the Carpathian Basin between the Neolithic and the Bronze Age. The main sources of my work are cemeteries and occasional settlements. In addition to my doctoral thesis, I am concerned with questions of settlement and social development in the Neolithic of Northern Serbia, chronological issues at the transition of the Copper Age to the Bronze Age, and the development of quantitative approaches to economic archaeology. The geographical and chronological focus of my work is in Eastern and Southeastern Europe (Balkans) between the Early Neolithic and the Middle Bronze Age.

Keywords: Economic archaeology, social archaeology, inequality, quantitative methods, Balkans, Neolithic, Bronze Age


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