By Lawrence Guy Straus (auth.), Lawrencs Guy Straus, Berit Valentin Eriksen, Jon M. Erlandson, David R. Yesner (eds.)
Humans on the finish of the Ice Age chronicles and explores the importance of the range of cultural responses to the worldwide environmental alterations on the final glacial-interglacial boundary. Contributions deal with the character and effects of the worldwide weather adjustments accompanying the top of the Pleistocene epoch-detailing the character, pace, and significance of the human diversifications that culminated within the improvement of meals construction in lots of elements of the realm. The textual content is aided by way of important maps, chronological tables, and charts.
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