Is there anybody there? An Archaeology of Empty\ud Places in the Mesolithic Neolithic Transition of England
Burns, Martina P;
The nature of the mechanisms surrounding the transition to a Neolithic way of life is still much debated in archaeology. Despite the vast volume of research undertaken, we still do not have def initive proof whether or not this cultural change occurred due to the coloni... View more
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