The Archaeology of Human Origins: Papers by Glynn Isaac
This work contains a collection of the most influential papers of the late Glynn Isaac which illustrate his work in East Africa on the earliest records of the human species. It consists of 18 essays on the archaeology of the Old Stone Age in Kenya and Tanzania.
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