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Timewalkers: the prehistory of global colonization

Timewalkers: the prehistory of global colonization
Timewalkers: the prehistory of global colonization
Recent developments in the study of early man have turned away from analysing fossil remains as evidence of a single and inevitable process of evolution towards homo sapiens and instead stress the varying rates of human evolutionary change in different environments and the development of different systems of social organization and technological expertise as a response to differing environmental pressures. Using man's gradual colonization of the globe from early origins in Africa as a theme, this book makes these developments in palaeolithic archaeology available to a general audience.
Penguin Books
Gamble, Clive
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Gamble, Clive
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Gamble, Clive (1993) Timewalkers: the prehistory of global colonization , London, GB. Penguin Books, 320pp.

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Recent developments in the study of early man have turned away from analysing fossil remains as evidence of a single and inevitable process of evolution towards homo sapiens and instead stress the varying rates of human evolutionary change in different environments and the development of different systems of social organization and technological expertise as a response to differing environmental pressures. Using man's gradual colonization of the globe from early origins in Africa as a theme, this book makes these developments in palaeolithic archaeology available to a general audience.

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Published date: 1993
Organisations: Archaeology

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Local EPrints ID: 391480
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/391480
PURE UUID: 5d3c63f8-0e46-463d-8c20-2363f5460344

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Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 19:23

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Author: Clive Gamble

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