Equids in time and space: papers in honour of Véra Eisenmann

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Oxbow, 2006 - Nature - 240 pages
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The history of equids is associated with the history of human movement, trade and exchange in later prehistory, which is why the relationship between people and horses is widely regarded as an issue of general archaeological, and not simply zooarchaeological, interest. The archaeological investigation of human-equid relationship is complex, diverse and fascinating. This book is a testimony to the excellence of current archaeological research into equids, and to one of the most remarkable animals ever to have thrown in its lot with mankind.

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The fossils of the Przewalskis horse and the climatic variations of the Late Pleistocene in China
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Late quaternary equids genus Equus of Southwestern and Southcentral Sibera
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Update of Equids in paleoindian time
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