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The Agricultural Revolution in Prehistory: Why did Foragers become Farmers?
The Agricultural Revolution in Prehistory addresses one of the most debated and least understood revolutions in the history of our species, the change from hunting and gathering to farming. Graeme
Prehistoric Farming In Europe
List of illustrations List of tables Preface and acknowledgements 1. Approaches to prehistoric farming 2. Prehistoric farming in Europe: resources and constraints 3. The Mediterranean basin 4. The
A Mediterranean valley : landscape archaeology and Annales history in the Biferno Valley
Approaches to Mediterranean landscape history the Biferno Valley - the modern landscape the Biferno Valley survey - methodologies the natural landscape and its evolution early prehistoric settlement
Prehistoric Foragers and Farmers in South-east Asia: Renewed Investigations at Niah Cave, Sarawak
The paper describes the initial results from renewed investigations at Niah Cave in Sarawak on the island of Borneo, famous for the discovery in 1958 of the c. 40,000–year old ‘Deep Skull’. The
The Archaeology of Foraging and Farming at Niah Cave, Sarawak
The remarkable antiquity and longevity of rainforest foraging knowledge and technologies at Niah appear to be among the most important conclusions emerging from the project, findings that may provide further support for arguments against the foragerfarmer dichotomy that underpins the currently dominant model of agricultural origins in Southeast Asia.
A tale of two deserts: Contrasting desertification histories on Rome's desert frontiers
Understanding 'desertification', the ecological deterioration of arid lands into semi-deserts and deserts, is critical for the future well-being of the fifth of the world's population who inhabit