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The Origins of Man An Illustrated History of Human Evolution

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By: Douglas Palmer
208 pages, 80 colour photographs, 50 illustrations
The Origins of Man
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  • The Origins of Man ISBN: 9781845371654 Hardback Jun 2007 Out of Print #156970
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Written by well-known author, lecturer and editor Douglas Palmer, this atlas draws together the main strands of investigation into human origins to offer a coherent overview of the current state of knowledge on our origins and the human diaspora. It communicates a subject of the utmost interest to us all accurately, entertainingly and accessibly.

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Out of Print
By: Douglas Palmer
208 pages, 80 colour photographs, 50 illustrations
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