The Resource Archaeological atlas of the world, David and Ruth Whitehouse ; with 103 maps drawn by John Woodcock and Shalom Schotten

Archaeological atlas of the world, David and Ruth Whitehouse ; with 103 maps drawn by John Woodcock and Shalom Schotten

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Archaeological atlas of the world
Title
Archaeological atlas of the world
Statement of responsibility
David and Ruth Whitehouse ; with 103 maps drawn by John Woodcock and Shalom Schotten
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Joint author
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Characteristic
atlas
Dewey number
911
Index
index present
LC call number
G1046.E15
LC item number
W5 1975
Archaeological atlas of the world, David and Ruth Whitehouse ; with 103 maps drawn by John Woodcock and Shalom Schotten
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Archaeological atlas of the world, David and Ruth Whitehouse ; with 103 maps drawn by John Woodcock and Shalom Schotten
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • I. Palaeolithic sites in the Old World -- Pre-Neandertal hominid fossils -- Neandertal fossils -- Early man in Africa -- Old World sites earlier than the Holstein interglacial -- Palaeolithic sites in India -- Palaeolithic sites in east and south-east Asia -- Middle palaeolithic and leptolithic sites in Africa -- Middle palaeolithic and leptolithic sites in the Near East -- European sites between the Holstein and Eemian interglacials -- Middle palaeolithic sites in Europe -- middle palaeolithic and leptolithic sites in Russia -- leptolithic sites in Europe -- Palaeolithic sites in the Dordogne -- Leptolithic art -- Franco-Cantabrian art -- 'Venuses' and other leptolithic figurines -- Post-glacial hunters and gatherers in Europe -- II. Africa -- Late Stone Age and neolithic sites -- Iron Age and recent sites -- Predynastic Egypt -- Dynastic Egypt -- III. Western Asia -- The food-producing revolution -- The urban revolution -- The earliest agriculture in western Asia -- The early civilizations: Mesopotamia, Egypt and the Indus valley -- Neolithic and Copper Age sites in Mesopotamia -- Mesopotamia: Sumer, Agade and Elam -- Mesopotamia: Babylon and Assyria -- neolithic to Bronze Age sites in Anatolia -- The Hittites and their successors -- Late prehistoric and proto-historic sites in the Near East -- Iran before the Medes and the Persians -- Iran: the Medes and the Persians -- The Scythians -- The Arabian peninsula -- Afghanistan
  • IV. The Mediterranean Basin -- Neolithic to Bronze Age sites in western Anatolia and the Cyclades -- Neolithic sites in Greece -- Cyprus -- Crete -- Mycenaean and other Bronze Age sites in Greece -- The Mycenaeans abroad -- The Phoenicians at home -- The Phoenicians abroad -- Archaic and classical Greece -- The Greeks overseas -- Neolithic sites n the central Mediterranean -- Copper and Bronze Age sites in Italy -- Copper and Bronze Age sites in Sicily and the Aeolian Islands -- Copper and Bronze Age sites in Corsica and Sardinia -- Early Iron Age sites in the central Mediterranean -- The central Mediterranean: Carthaginians, Greeks and Etruscans -- Malta -- Neolithic sites in Iberia -- Copper and Bronze Age sites in Iberia -- Early Iron Age sites in Iberia -- V. Europe with Russia -- The spread of agriculture into Europe -- Neolithic sites in eastern Europe -- The Danubian cultures -- Neolithic and Copper Age sites in France and Switzerland -- Neolithic sites in the British Isles -- Neolithic sites in northern Europe -- The Stone Age of arctic Europe -- Megalithic monuments in Europe -- Rock-cut tombs in Europe -- Megalithic enclosures and alignments in the British Isles and Brittany -- The Bell Beaker, Battle-axe and Globular Amphora cultures -- Late Copper Age to Middle Bronze Age sites in eastern Europe -- Early and Middle Bronze Age sites in central Europe -- Bronze Age sites in France and Belgium -- Bronze Age sites the British Isles -- Bronze Age sites in northern Europe -- The Urnfields of central Europe -- The spread of Urnfield cultures in Europe -- The Hallstatt and La Tene Iron Ages -- Iron Age sites in Europe: Greek and Etruscan imports and princely burials -- Iron Age sites n the British Isles -- Iron Age sites in northern Europe -- Celtic art -- Bronze Age and Early Iron Age sites in European Russia
  • VI. South and East Asia, Australasia and the Pacific -- The Indus valley civilization -- Neolithic sites in China -- Early civilization in China -- Siberia and adjacent regions -- Japan -- The islands of south-east Asia -- Neolithic sites in south-east Asia -- Early civilizations in south-east Asia -- Australia -- New Zealand -- Early sites in the Pacific -- VII. The Americas -- The earliest Americans -- The first farmers in the Americas -- Later collectors and farmers in the Americas -- Urban civilization in the Americas -- The Aztecs and their predecessors -- The Maya and their predecessors -- The intermediate area and Amazonia -- Peru: the Incas and their predecessors -- The Caribbean -- Eskimo prehistory
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Dimensions
25 cm.
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Extent
1 atlas (272 p.)
Isbn
9780716702740
Lccn
75002028
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maps
Physical medium
paper
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other
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atlas
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