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The Stone Age

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ISBN-10 1406373486
Release 2017-10
Pages 32
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The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunters and Gatherers

The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Hunters and Gatherers Author Richard B. Lee
ISBN-10 052157109X
Release 1999-12-16
Pages 511
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Profiles hunting and gathering peoples from around the world, and discusses such topics as prehistory, social life, gender, music and art, health, religion, and indigenous knowledge.



How to Live Like a Stone Age Hunter

How to Live Like a Stone Age Hunter Author Anita Ganeri
ISBN-10 9781467772082
Release 2015-10-01
Pages 32
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Team up with Dar, who lived around 15,000 years ago in the late Stone Age. Find out what it takes to survive in prehistoric times as he teaches you how to: ? trap animals ? make fire ? build shelters ? hunt a mammoth Do you have the skills and guts to be a Stone-Age hunter?



Ancient Computing

Ancient Computing Author Michael Woods
ISBN-10 0822529971
Release 2000
Pages 88
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Discusses the methods of computation developed in various civilizations around the world, from prehistoric times up until the end of the Roman Empire.



Here on Earth

Here on Earth Author Tim Flannery
ISBN-10 9780802195609
Release 2011-04-05
Pages 288
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Beginning at the moment of creation with the Big Bang, Here on Earth explores the evolution of Earth from a galactic cloud of dust and gas to a planet with a metallic core and early signs of life within a billion years of being created. In a compelling narrative, Flannery describes the formation of the Earth’s crust and atmosphere, as well as the transformation of the planet’s oceans from toxic brews of metals (such as iron, copper, and lead) to life-sustaining bodies covering 70 percent of the planet’s surface. Life, Flannery shows, first appeared in these oceans in the form of microscopic plants and bacteria, and these metals served as catalysts for the earliest biological processes known to exist. From this starting point, Flannery tells the fascinating story of the evolution of our own species, exploring several early human species—from the diminutive creatures (the famed hobbits) who lived in Africa around two million years ago to Homo erectus—before turning his attention to Homo sapiens. Drawing on Charles Darwin’s and Alfred Russell Wallace’s theories of evolution and Lovelock’s Gaia hypothesis, Here on Earth is a dazzling account of life on our planet.



DK findout Stone Age

DK findout  Stone Age Author DK
ISBN-10 9781465464910
Release 2017-01-10
Pages 64
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Go back to prehistoric times to see what life was like in the Stone Age in DK findout! Stone Age. Learn how early humans discovered fire, how they used stone to create tools, and how they fought to survive. Meet a Stone Age human to see what they wore, sample some of their favorite foods, and find out what Stone Age kids did for fun. Do you play the same games as kids in the Stone Age? Visit cave dwellings to see some of humans' earliest homes, and take a closer look at prehistoric cave paintings. Spot the differences between an elephant and a woolly mammoth, learn the sign language of our early ancestors, and become a Stone Age detective in DK findout! Stone Age.



Ancient Egypt and Us

Ancient Egypt and Us Author Adrian Kerr
ISBN-10 9780615273594
Release 2009-01-01
Pages 250
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Ancient Egypt and Us has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Ancient Egypt and Us also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Ancient Egypt and Us book for free.



The History Book

The History Book Author DK
ISBN-10 9781465456656
Release 2016-07-05
Pages 352
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The History Book is a fascinating journey through the most significant events in history and the big ideas behind each one, from the dawn of civilization to the lightning-paced culture of today. One hundred crystal-clear articles explore the Law Code of Hammurabi, the Renaissance, the American Revolution, World War II, and much, much more, bringing the events and people of history to life. As part of DK's award-winning Big Ideas Simply Explained series, The History Book uses infographics and images to explain key ideas and themes. Biographies of key leaders, thinkers, and warriors, from Julius Caesar to Barack Obama, offer insight into their lives and further historical insight into these world-changing episodes. The History Book makes the past 4,000 years of history accessible and provides enlightenment on the forces that shaped the world as we know it today, for students and history buffs alike.



The Diversity of Hunter Gatherer Pasts

The Diversity of Hunter Gatherer Pasts Author Bill Finlayson
ISBN-10 9781785705892
Release 2017-06-30
Pages 192
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This thought provoking collection of new research papers explores the extent of variation amongst hunting and gathering peoples past and present and the considerable analytical challenges presented by this diversity. This problem is especially important in archaeology, where increasing empirical evidence illustrates ways of life that are not easily encompassed within the range of variation recognised in the contemporary world of surviving hunter-gatherers. Put simply, how do past hunter-gatherers fit into our understandings of hunter-gatherers? Furthermore, given the inevitable archaeological reliance on analogy, it is important to ask whether conceptions of hunter-gatherers based on contemporary societies restrict our comprehension of past diversity and of how this changes over the long term. Discussion of hunter-gatherers shows them to be varied and flexible, but modelling of contemporary hunter-gatherers has not only reduced them into essential categories, but has also portrayed them as static and without history.It is often said that the study of hunter-gatherers can provide insight into past forms of social organisation and behaviour; unfortunately too often it has limited our understandings of these societies. In contrast, contributors here explore past hunter-gather diversity over time and space to provide critical perspectives on general models of ‘hunter-gatherers’ and attempt to provide new perspectives on hunter-gatherer societies from the greater diversity present in the past.



Approaching Chaos

Approaching Chaos Author Lucy Wyatt
ISBN-10 9781846942556
Release 2010-01-16
Pages 340
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Twenty-first century civilization faces economic, ecological and spiritual meltdown. To survive this century as civilized people, we need to refer back to a time when city life was in harmony with nature and the wider environment. We cannot dismiss the ancients as 'primitive' when they had a blueprint for civilization that first appeared over 5,000 years ago. Perhaps we should look at the ancient past for solutions.



Marriage and Civilization

Marriage and Civilization Author William Tucker
ISBN-10 9781621572190
Release 2014-02-03
Pages 256
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William Tucker documents the historical and anthropological story behind how monogamous, lifelong partnerships are the driving force behind the creation and rise of civilization.



Social Change

Social Change Author Christopher Chase-Dunn
ISBN-10 9781317251972
Release 2016-01-08
Pages 504
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From the Stone Age to the Internet Age, this book tells the story of human sociocultural evolution. It describes the conditions under which hunter-gatherers, horticulturalists, agricultural states, and industrial capitalist societies formed, flourished, and declined. Drawing evidence from archaeology, ethnography, linguistics, historical documents, statistics, and survey research, the authors trace the growth of human societies and their complexity, and they probe the conflicts in hierarchies both within and among societies. They also explain the macro-micro links that connect cultural evolution and history with the development of the individual self, thinking processes, and perceptions. Key features of the text Designed for undergraduate and graduate social science classes on social change and globalization topics in sociology, world history, cultural geography, anthropology, and international studies. Describes the evolution of the modern capitalist world-system since the fourteenth century BCE, with coverage of the rise and fall of system leaders: the Dutch in the seventeenth century, the British in the nineteenth century, and the United States in the twentieth century. Provides a framework for analyzing patterns of social change. Includes numerous tables, figures, and illustrations throughout the text. Supplemented by framing part introductions, suggested readings at the end of each chapter, an end of text glossary, and a comprehensive bibliography. Offers a web-based auxiliary chapter on Indigenous North American World-Systems and a companion website with excel data sets and additional web links for students.



Stone Age Boy

Stone Age Boy Author Satoshi Kitamura
ISBN-10 0763634743
Release 2007-10-09
Pages 40
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Step back 15,000 years as a modern boy enters a Stone Age village and learns a few prehistoric tricks of the trade. One day a boy falls down a hole, and an amazing thing happens — when he wakes, he’s in a camp full of people wearing animal skins! Mixing flight of fancy with prehistoric facts, Satoshi Kitamura ushers us back to a time of surprising innovation and artistic expression, shown in cave paintings visible to this day.



Art and Culture of the Prehistoric World

Art and Culture of the Prehistoric World Author Beatrice D. Brooke
ISBN-10 9781435835887
Release 2010-01-01
Pages 40
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Discusses advances in society, technology, and art in the prehistoric world, including the invention of tools, early neolithic homes, and the emergence of prehistoric art and antiquities.



Vanishing Species

Vanishing Species Author Miles Barton
ISBN-10 0531173062
Release 1991
Pages 36
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Explains how the extinction of various animal species can upset the delicate balance of the ecosystem and offers a variety of protective measures that would help avoid further damage.



The Creation

The Creation Author Everett Jenkins
ISBN-10 0786410426
Release 2003
Pages 438
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The major monotheistic religions of the world--Judaism, Christianity and Islam--have certain elements in common, particularly in their scriptures concerning the beginnings of life and the early history of human beings. This shared beginning is compellingly worth further study. Common ground and common threads can only help a dialogue between people of different faiths. This reference work could be a tool toward greater understanding of other faiths and focuses on the story of the creation of the universe and of humans. Part One traces the development of the earth and its inhabitants from a scientific viewpoint so that the humanistic perspective may be contrasted with the scriptural accounts to follow. Part Two features an introduction to the Tanakh, information on the Torah, and what is known about its authors, and other influences on the Jewish religion, followed by actual scriptures from the Torah from the creation through the destruction of the Tower of Babel. Then a section each is devoted to an explanation of the Catholic, Protestant and Fundamentalist Christian interpretations of these stories, citing scripture as appropriate. Part Three affords a Muslim perspective with excerpts from the Sirah that refer to events and characters from the early chapters of Genesis. The appendices are rich--various chronologies of similar events based on the different scriptures, tables of contents for the various holy books, tables presenting summaries of a particular perspective on a subject or comparisons between two perspectives and much more.



Guns Germs and Steel The Fates of Human Societies

Guns  Germs  and Steel  The Fates of Human Societies Author Jared Diamond
ISBN-10 9780393609295
Release 2017-03-07
Pages 528
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"Fascinating.... Lays a foundation for understanding human history."—Bill Gates In this "artful, informative, and delightful" (William H. McNeill, New York Review of Books) book, Jared Diamond convincingly argues that geographical and environmental factors shaped the modern world. Societies that had had a head start in food production advanced beyond the hunter-gatherer stage, and then developed religion --as well as nasty germs and potent weapons of war --and adventured on sea and land to conquer and decimate preliterate cultures. A major advance in our understanding of human societies, Guns, Germs, and Steel chronicles the way that the modern world came to be and stunningly dismantles racially based theories of human history. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize, the Phi Beta Kappa Award in Science, the Rhone-Poulenc Prize, and the Commonwealth club of California's Gold Medal.