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The book's detailed zooarchaeological descriptions of Polish sites, from the least known to the most widely known such as Krakow Spadzista Street. This study of faunal assemblages in Polish archaeological sites is an important reference for researchers who wish to learn the most up-to-date interpretations of Palaeolithic human economic relationships with animals. A central contribution made by this book is a discussion of the places of different species in human subsistence and technology, such as cave bear, reindeer, and woolly mammoth. This book is well illustrated, fully referenced, and thoughtful in presentation.