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Ref ID: 21660
Ref Type: Book in a Series
Authors: Crabtree, Pam J.
Campana, Douglas V.
Ryan, Kathleen
Title: Early animal domestication and its cultural context
Date: 1989
Place of Publication: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Publisher: MASCA, the University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania
Notes: Description: The transition from hunting and gathering to food production is one of the most significant developments in all of human prehistory, since it led to profound changes in population, settlement patterns, and technology. The authors examine the process of early animal domestication in the Near East, South Asia, and Europe focusing on the cultural context of early animal husbandry.
Date Created: 4/16/2015
Series Title: MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology