The Archaeology of Drylands: Living at the Margin
Many dryland regions contain archaeological remains which suggest that there must have been intensive phases of settlement in what now seem to be dry and degraded environments. This book discusses successes and failures of past land use and settlement in drylands, and contributes to wider debates about desertification and the sustainability of dryland settlement.
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Mat riel Culture: The Archaeology of Twentieth-Century Conflict
Colleen M. Beck,William Gray Johnson,John Schofield
No preview available - 2004