European Pre- and Protohistory

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European Pre- and Protohistory


Hummler, Madeleine, Antiquity


ROMUALD SCHILD, HALINA KROLIK, ANDRZEJ JACEK TOMASZEWSKI & ELZBIETA CIEPIELEWSKA. Rydno, a Stone Age red ochre quarry and socioeconomic center: a century of research. 468 pages, 310 b&w & colour illustrations. 2011. Warsaw: Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences; 978-83-89499-90-5 hardback 120zl.

MARTIN OLIVA. Praveke hornictvi v Krumlovskem Lese: uznik a vyvoj industrialne-sakralni krajiny na jizni moravd/Prehistoric mining in the "Krumlovsky Les" (southern Moravia): origin and development of ah industrial-sacred landscape (Anthropos, Studies in Anthropology, Palaeoethnology, Palaeontology and Quaternary Geology 32 N.S. 24). 440 pages, numerous illustrations & tables, 160 colour plates. 2010. Bmo: Moravske Zemske Muzeurn; 978-807028-360-5 Hardback

ALAIN TESTART. Avant l'histoire: lFvolution des societes, de Lascaux d Carnac. 550 pages, 43 illustrations, 9 tables. 2012. Paris: Gallimard; 978-2-07-013184-6 paperback 25 [euro].

MATS ROSENGREN. Cave art, perception and knowledge, xiv+169 pages, 6 illustrations. 2012. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan; 978-1-137-271969 hardback 55 [pounds sterling].

KAREN RUEBENS, IZA ROMANOWSKA & RACHEL BYNOE (ed.). Unravelling the Palaeolithic. Ten years of research at the Centre for the Archaeology of Human Origins (CAHO, University of Southampton) (British Archaeological Reports International Series 2400; University of Southampton Series in Archaeology 8). iv+176 pages, 100 b&w & colour illustrations. 2012. Oxford: Archaeopress; 978-1-4073-0995-8 paperback 30 [pounds sterling]. …

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