This uniquely vast and not easy ebook studies the most recent archaeological facts on Neolithic Europe from 7,000-2,500 BC. Describing vital parts, websites and difficulties, Dr. Whittle addresses the foremost subject matters that experience engaged the eye of students: the transition from a forager way of life; the speed and dynamics of switch; and the character of Neolithic society. A revised model of Whittle's Neolithic Europe: A Survey (CUP, 1985), the booklet displays radical alterations in proof and in interpretive techniques during the last decade.
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