Earliest Italy: An Overview of the Italian Paleolithic and Mesolithic

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Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 11, 2006 - Social Science - 402 pages
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A synthesis of Italian prehistory spanning more than 600,000 years beginning with the Lower Paleolithic and ending with the last hunter-gatherers. The author treats such issues as the development of social structure, the rise and fall of specific cultural traditions, climate change, and environmental adaptation and exploitation and includes detailed descriptions of the most important sites and a comprehensive list of bibliographic references to original sources.
 

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Contents

The Land and the Scientists
1
The Earliest Settlement
13
Real Colonization
55
Chapter4 On Neandertals and Caves
101
Modems versus Neandertals
167
Fully Equipped HunterGatherers
219
Index
389
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