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Economic Prehistory: Papers on Archaeology Clark, Grahame                           1 of 1
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Learn more about Economic Prehistory: Papers on Archaeology:

Format: Paperback
ISBN-10: 0521108519
ISBN-13: 9780521108515
Sku: 210684610
Publish Date: 4/1/2009
Pages:  660
Age Range:  NA
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The volume includes a commentary on the author''s own renowned excavations at the Mesolithic site of Starr Carr.
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Throughout his career Grahame Clark has pioneered on a world scale the use of the archaeological record to document the economic and social life of prehistoric communities. In Europe he was the first to employ the concept of the ecosystem in archaeology and to underscore the necessarily reciprocal relationship that exists between culture and environment. In Britain he has played a major role in moving archaeology away from its preoccupation with typology and spurring on the newly emergent discipline of bioarchaeology. Economic Prehistory reflects all these concerns. Following a comprehensive bibliography of Professor Clark's writing, the volume opens with a series of classic papers on basic subsistence activities such as seal hunting, whaling, fowling, fishing, forest clearance, farming and stock raising. Subsequent sections then deal with world prehistory and the thorny relationship between archaeology, education and society. The volume closes with a retrospective which looks critically at such figures of the past as Gordon Childe and Mortimer Wheeler and to the author's own renowned excavations at the Mesolithic site of Starr Carr.

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Product attributeBook Format:   Paperback
Product attributeNumber of Pages:   0660
Product attributePublisher:   Cambridge University Press
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