Understanding the Neolithic (Paperback)Julian Thomas (author)
The second edition is geared towards students (unlike the first edition)
1st edition generated much heated debate, and arguably started a revolution in the study of the prehistory of Europe.
Julian Thomas is a rising star in (theoretical) archaeology at a centre of excellence in archaeology (Southampton).
Every archaeology undergraduate course covers prehistory and archaeological theory
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Number of pages: 280
Weight: 430 g
Dimensions: 246 x 174 x 15 mm
Edition: 2nd edition
'This book represents a milestone in the changing attitudes to the study of prehistory and constitutes essential reading for all those interested in the Neolithic and how we may speak of the past - Colin Richards
'Clarity of thought, novelty of idea and impressive marshalling of data combine to make this a significant addition to the literature of both the British Neolithic and archaeological theory' - Jonathan Last, Archaeological Review
'Good value for money and time highly topical and very readable in todays archaeological climate.' - Assemblage, University of Sheffield
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