By: Richard Potts
396 pages, Figs, tabs
Investigates the behaviour of early hominids at Olduvai using not only the traditional data of stone tools and animal bones, but also by incorporating the results of recent work in taphonomy, the behaviour of modern mammals, and a wide range of ecological theory and data.
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