On the transition to farming in Europe, or what was spreading with the Neolithic: a reply to Ammerman (1989)

@article{Zvelebil1989OnTT,
  title={On the transition to farming in Europe, or what was spreading with the Neolithic: a reply to Ammerman (1989)},
  author={Marek Zvelebil},
  journal={Antiquity},
  year={1989},
  volume={63},
  pages={379 - 383}
}
Zvelebil here rejoins to Ammerman's criticisms, published in the March issue, of his earlier paper on Indo-European languages and the dispersal of agriculture into Europe, and takes the opportunity to make a broader statement about the character of Neolithic settlement on the full continental scale. 
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