Early Modern Human Evolution in Central Europe: The People of Dolní Věstonice and Pavlov
Erik Trinkaus, Jiří Svoboda
Oxford University Press, 2006 - Science - 489 pages
This is primary descriptive volume on the most important paleontological site for research into the emergence of humans, the development of a modern pattern of hunting and gathering societies in the Middle Upper Paleolithic Era. Erik Trinkhaus is among the most distinguished paleoanthropologists and a member of the National Academy. Svoboda is the project leader on the Pavlovian site.
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