Environment, Tools and Man
Cambridge University Press, 12 dic 2013 - 32 pagine
Originally published in 1946, this book presents the content of Dorothy Garrod's inaugural lecture upon taking up the position of Disney Professor of Archaeology at Cambridge University. This book will be of value to anyone with an interest in the development of archaeology and anthropology.
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