People, Water and Grain.
The beginning of domestication in the Sahara and the Nile Valley.
- Series: Studia Archaeologica, 98
- Format: 17 x 24 cm
- Binding: Hardcover with dustjacket
- Pages and Illustrations: 160, 36 b/w ill, 2 Plates
- Publication Year: 1998
Preface - 1. Introduction - 2. Approaches to the post-Pleistocene societies of the Sahara and the Nile Valley - 3. Holocene climatic change - 4. Utilisation of plants in the final Pleistocene and early Holocene - 5. Early animal husbandry in the Sahara - 6. Hunter-gatherers and fishers of the Sahara: Settlement and society. The cognitive world: rock art. A techno-economic model - 7. Late paleolithic societies in Nubia and Upper Egypt - 8. Early Holocene societies in the Egyptian Sahara - 9. The transition from hunting and gathering to domestication in Cyrenaica and the Libyan Sahara - 10. From the Epipalaeolithic to the Neolithic in Niger - 11. The mesolithic and neolithic sequence of the Sudan - 12. Overview - Bibliography - Index.
Alle Origini delle Società.€ 120,00
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