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The atlas of world archaeology

Responsibility edited by Paul G. Bahn
Material Type Book
Publisher New York : Checkmark Books
Year c2000
Language English
Size 208 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), col. maps ; 31 cm
Abstract Bahn (archaeologist and author) and Barry Cunliff (emeritus, U. of Oxford) present an international team of experts who trace the story of human development in all parts of the world and demonstrate how archaeologists are constantly adding to our knowledge. The first part starts with the emergence of the earliest hominids in Africa and describes their evolution and spread throughout the world before the end of the last Ice Age. The second offers global coverage of major advances achieved by humankind in the next 10,000 years. The third divides the world into five broad geographical regions to take a closer look at these advances and to examine significant changes in human development in each one. Beautifully illustrated in color and bandw. Oversize: 9.5x12". Annotation copyrighted by Book News Inc., Portland, OR


LETTERS, Archaeology 005212001003737 考古学/0/306 2000

Bibliographic details

Notes Includes bibliographical references and index
Authors Bahn, Paul G., 1953-
Subjects LCSH:Archaeology
LCSH:Civilization, Ancient
LCSH:Civilization, Ancient Maps
LCSH:Excavations (Archaeology)
Classification LCC:CC165
ID 1000693520
ISBN 0816040516
NCID BA52304511
Vol ISBN:0816040516
Created Date 2009.09.15
Modified Date 2009.09.15

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