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The material origin of numbers : insights from the archaeology of the ancient Near East

著者: Karenleigh A Overmann
出版商: Piscataway, NJ : Gorgias Press, LLC, [2019]
丛书: Gorgias studies in the ancient Near East, 14
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Abstract: "The Material Origin of Numbers examines how number concepts are realized, represented, manipulated, and elaborated. Utilizing the cognitive archaeological framework of Material Engagement Theory and culling data from disciplines including neuroscience, ethnography, linguistics, and archaeology, Overmann offers a methodologically rich study of numbers and number concepts in the ancient Near East from the  再读一些...
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文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: Karenleigh A Overmann
ISBN: 9781463207434 1463207433
OCLC号码: 1200652113
登录号: (DK-800010)99123356867405763
描述: xi, 313 Seiten : Illustrationen, Diagramme, Karten ; 27 cm
内容: Introduction --
Numbers through a different lens --
What's a number, really? --
Assembling an elephant, one bit at a time --
Behavioral traces --
Language in holistic context --
Ancient languages and Mesopotamian numbers --
Fingers and tallies --
The Neolithic clay tokens --
Numerical notations and writing --
The role of materiality in numerical concepts --
Concluding remarks and questions
丛书名: Gorgias studies in the ancient Near East, 14
责任: Karenleigh A. Overmann

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Abstract: "The Material Origin of Numbers examines how number concepts are realized, represented, manipulated, and elaborated. Utilizing the cognitive archaeological framework of Material Engagement Theory and culling data from disciplines including neuroscience, ethnography, linguistics, and archaeology, Overmann offers a methodologically rich study of numbers and number concepts in the ancient Near East from the late Upper Paleolithic Period through the Bronze Age"

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