The Archaeology of Animals

By Simon J. M. Davis

During this pioneering paintings, Simon J. M. Davis offers a extensive evaluate of the recent technological know-how of zooarchaeology-the research of fossil continues to be of animals-explaining its tools and displaying the way it is helping the archaeologist interpret a domain and reconstruct our prehistory and heritage.

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