Prehistoric archaeology

    Late Neolithic and Early Chalcolithic Glyphs and Stamp Seals

    By Simon Denham

    Paperback £33.66

    Stamp seals were used in a similar way to modern signet rings: a negative object used to impress a design into another material, often clay.

    The Archaeology of Western Sahara: A Synthesis of Fieldwork, 2002 to 2009

    By Nick Brooks

    Hardback £45.36

    Contrary to much perceived wisdom, the Sahara is a rich and varied tapestry of diverse environments that sustain an array of ecosystems.

    The Times of their Lives: Hunting History in the Archaeology of Neolithic Europe

    By Alasdair Whittle

    Hardback £33.66

    A new history of Neolithic Europe, with major implications for the whole of archaeology, using Bayesian statistical analysis to bring dating down from the long-term to the span of lifetimes. Following on from the revolutionary and award-winning Gathering Time, this is the career culmination work by one of the world's...

    Along Prehistoric Lines

    By Andrew Powell

    Paperback £14.16

    The Early Iron Age: The Cemeteries

    By John K. Papadopoulos

    Hardback £78.46

    This volume, the first of two dealing with the Early Iron Age deposits from the Athenian Agora, publishes all the tombs from the end of the Bronze Age through the Late Geometric period. It will be an invaluable reference work for archaeologists and scholars of early Greece, and Athens in...

    Written in Stone

    Hardback £45.36

    Bodies of Clay

    By European Association of Archaeologists

    Paperback Save £5.90 = £32.10

    First comprehensive consideration of the role, function, social context and significance of pots shaped to mimic the human body or parts thereof among prehistoric communities

    50 Greatest Prehistoric Sites of the World

    By Barry Stone

    Paperback £7.85

    First Artists

    By Paul Bahn

    Hardback Save £5.52 = £14.43

    Two of the greatest living authorities on Ice Age art delve hundreds of thousands of years into the human past to discover the earliest works of art ever made, drawing on decades of new research

    Human Dispersal and Species Movement

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    How have humans colonised the planet and reshaped its ecosystems in the process? This book explores the drivers of human mobility and the role of human movement in reshaping ecosystems over the long term. Assembling diverse case studies, it appeals to a broad audience of researchers, policymakers and concerned citizens.

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