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activities adaptive agricultural Amboseli analysis animals Anthropology approach archaeological material archaeological record artefact density basin behaviour Bronze Age brown tuff calcrete caliche Cambridge University Press catchment central Clarke context Contour Crete cultural discard distribution early East Africa ecological economic archaeology Economic Prehistory environment environmental Europe evidence evolution exploitation factors Figure Firstly frequency groups habitat Higgs Holocene home range human hunter hunter-gatherers important Jarman Knossos lake bed lithic London Maasai nature Neolithic Nordic Bronze Age occur off-site Palaeoeconomy pastoralism pastoralists period pink tuff Pleistocene population population density potential pottery prehistoric present problem processes production raw material regional relations relationship Sahlins Scandinavia season sediments settlement social storage societies soils spatial patterning species square kilometre strategies structure study area subsistence suggested swamp taphonomical theory transhumance Tumulus Culture uniformitarianism variability variation Western woodland zones