Fishing Sites of North and East Africa in the Pleistocene and Holocene. Environmental Change and Human Adaptation.

£20.00

Here is another of those very interesting achaeological text books published by B.A. R. at Oxford.The intension of this study is to investigate fish exploitation in response to and its interaction with environmental change,and to provide a characterisation of fishing and fish procurement as subsistence strategies,and to examine fishing sites within the context of Eastern African cultural history.

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Limp printed card covers clean and bright some creasing near the spine.Size 12×8 pp XIII+275,inc,references cited,many fascinating sketches.Various lists,tables and charts,graphs,page maps,list of tables.Hinges strong Binding tight (Suggest unread).No foxing,staining or browning.Intenally and externally clean and bright throughout. Note. This is in fact a new book.

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