Eurasian Prehistory 2009: Volume 6, No. 1-2

Eurasian Prehistory 2009: Volume 6, No. 1-2

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This journal is a joint venture endorsed by the American School of Prehistoric Research at the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology and the Institute of Archaeology at Jagiellonian University in Poland. The aim of this journal is to publish lengthy site reports with many illustrations and other data-based articles on aspects of the palaeolithic and neolithic of Eurasia. Table of Contents: Crvena Stijena: Excavations 2004-2006, Preliminary Report, Mile Bakovic, Bojana Mihailovic, Dusan Mihailovic, Mike Morley, Zvezdana Vusovic-Lucic, Robert Whallon, Jamie Woodward; Middle Paleolithic mobile toolkits in short-term human occupations: two case studies, Guillaume Porraz; Nizny Hrabovec: A site with evolved Levallois technology in Eastern Slovakia, L.Kaminska, P.Skrdla, J.K.Kozlowski, S.Tomaskova; Ramat Rachel: A Paleolithic Site in Jerusalem, Omry Barzilai, Michal Birkenfeld, Onn Crouvi; Two Kebaran Occupations Near Nahal Soreq, and the Reconstruction of Group Ranges in the Early Epipaleolithic of the Israeli Littoral, A. Nigel Goring Morris; Targowisko - A New Late Glacial Site in Southern Poland, Jaroslaw Wilczynski; Human occupation, adaptation, and behavioral change in the Pleistocene and Holocene of South India: Recent Investigations in the Kurnool District, India, Michael Petraglia, Ravi Korisettar, M. Kasturi Bai, Nicole Boivin, Christopher Clarkson, Kevin Cunningham, Peter Ditchfield, Dorian Fuller, Jamie Hampson, Michael Haslam, Sacha Jones, Jinu Koshy, Preston Miracle, Clive Oppenheimer, Kevin White; Prehistoric Archaeology in the Zhunge'er (Junggar) Basin, Xinjiang, China, Peter Wei Ming Jia, Alison V.G. Betts and Xinhua Wu; Sarakenos Cave in Boeotia. From Paleolithic to the Early Bronze Age, Adamantios Sampson, Janusz K.Kozlowski, Malgorzata Kaczanowska, Anna Budek, Adam Nadachowski, Teresa Tomek, Barabara more

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  • Paperback | 234 pages
  • 176 x 254 x 14mm | 621.42g
  • Uniwersytet Jagiellonski
  • cracow, Poland
  • English
  • 2009 ed.
  • b/w and col illus, tabs
  • 8392325923
  • 9788392325925