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This engaging, up-to-date, chronological introduction presents human prehistory within a framework of themes, issues, and debates. Featuring a consistent chapter format and an appropriate level of detail for students with no previous exposure to archaeology, it also offers outstanding pedagogy including maps, timelines (interactive on the companion Online Learning Center),This engaging, up-to-date, chronological introduction presents human prehistory within a framework of themes, issues, and debates. Featuring a consistent chapter format and an appropriate level of detail for students with no previous exposure to archaeology, it also offers outstanding pedagogy including maps, timelines (interactive on the companion Online Learning Center), chapter summaries, lists of key terms, 16 pages of full color photos, and more!...

Title : The Past In Perspective: An Introduction To Human Prehistory
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ISBN : 9780072549386
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 616 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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The Past In Perspective: An Introduction To Human Prehistory Reviews

  • Pearson Moore
    2019-11-24 01:32

    This textbook provides a balanced discussion of sometimes controversial topics, chief among them the Eve or RAO Theory versus the Multi-regional Theory, but including subjects such as Neanderthal culture and the beginnings of human civilization. This book rates a solid four stars in my mind. I decided to award five stars on the basis of the plethora of useful illustrations and the unflagging determination to give balanced perspective to every discussion.

  • Christopher
    2019-12-06 07:46

    I had to read this for a class. I must say I was not disappointed. It is a very informative book on where we as a species came from. It also delves into the beginnings of human civilization. I learned a lot the book was worth the purchase.

  • Peter Hutt Sierra
    2019-11-13 01:37

    It is a textbook so I didn't expect it to be enrapturing. Nevertheless I found the subject matter interesting and the author's occasional sense of humor to be a welcome addition. He can get a little preachy though.

  • Keohokaleleonalani
    2019-11-09 04:56

    It was a good book, and if anything I'm keeping it, it's good for review.

  • Emily Hankle
    2019-11-07 08:51

    For a class. The history/pre-history of the world is so major!!