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Origins and Spread of Domestic Animals in Southwest Asia and Europe

By: Sue Colledge(Editor), James Conolly(Editor), Keith Dobney(Editor), Katie Manning(Editor), Stephen Shennan(Editor)
354 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: Left Coast Press
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Origins and Spread of Domestic Animals in Southwest Asia and Europe tackles the fundamental and broad-scale questions concerning the spread of early animal herding from its origins in the Near East into Europe beginning in the mid-10th millennium BC. Original work by more than 30 leading international researchers synthesizes of our current knowledge about the origins and spread of animal domestication. In this comprehensive book, the zooarchaeological record and discussions of the evolution and development of Neolithic stock-keeping take center stage in the debate over the profound effects of the Neolithic revolution on both our biological and cultural evolution.

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By: Sue Colledge(Editor), James Conolly(Editor), Keith Dobney(Editor), Katie Manning(Editor), Stephen Shennan(Editor)
354 pages, b/w illustrations, tables
Publisher: Left Coast Press
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