This paper traces the origin and development of the polis as a political and urban phenomenon in southwest Anatolia, focusing on Lycia in a comparative approach with the neighbouring regions of Pisidia and Pamphylia.
This paper presents a ten-point manifesto that articulates arguments for the more common use in Roman Studies of perspectives, concepts and tools from the broader field of complexity sciences.
Tom Brughmans, John Hanson, Matthew Mandich, Iza Romanowska, Xavier Rubio Campillo, Simon Carrignon, Stephen Collins Elliott, Katherine Crawford, Dries Daems, Francesca Fulminante, Tymon de Haas, Paul Kelly, Maria del Carmen Moreno Escobar, Eleftheria Paliou, Luce Prignano, Manuela Ritondale
In this paper, a model of community formation and organizational complexity is presented, focusing on the fundamental role of social interactions and information transmission for the development of complex social organisation.
This article surveys a number of approaches in complex systems thinking and their relevance for applications in the field of archaeology. The presented framework shows how structures of social organization and development of social complexity can be inferred from the archaeological record.