The papers in this volume are of interest, both in terms of the presentation of new theory and new data.

The volume represents an interesting attempt at discussing different social theoretical approaches to diverse types of archaeological data (analysis of ancient landscapes, funerary contexts, pottery manufacture, written sources, and visual imagery) and aims to broaden the interpretation of archaeological fieldwork data.
American Journal of Archaeology

A timely and welcome volume... joins a growing number of works that have recently engaged with the fruitful connections between general social theory and the deep history of archaeological enquiry.
Cambridge Archaeological Journal