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The Cambridge world prehistory / edited by Colin Renfrew, Paul G. Bahn.

Contributor(s): Renfrew, Colin, 1937- [editor literario] | Bahn, Paul, 1953- [editor literario].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBook; Format: print Publisher: Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014Description: 3 v. : il., fot., mapas ; 29 cm.ISBN: 978-0-521-11993-1 (o.c.); 978-1-107-02377-2 (v.1); 978-1-107-02378-9 (v.2); 978-1-107-02379-6 (v.3).Subject(s): Prehistoria -- Diccionarios | Prehistoric peoples -- Encyclopedias and dictionaries | Prehistoric peoples -- Encyclopedias | Anthropology, Prehistoric -- Encyclopedias | Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Encyclopedias | Antropología prehistórica -- Enciclopedias y diccionarios | Anthropology, Prehistoric | Hombre prehistórico -- Encyclopedias and dictionaries
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Monografías 06. BIBLIOTECA HUMANIDADES
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Contiene: Volume 1. Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and the Pacific -- Volume 2. East Asia and the Americas -- Volume 3. Western and Central Asia and Europe.

Volume 1. Africa, South and Southeast Asia, and the Pacific: Part I. Introduction: 1. History of world prehistory; 2. Chronology; 3. Climatic change; 4. Traditional themes; 5. DNA; 6. Language; Part II. Africa: 7. Early hominins; 8. Earliest industries; 9. The human revolution; 10. Homo fossils; 11. Middle Stone Age of Subsaharan Africa; 12. Late Stone Age of Southern Africa; 13. North Africa; 14. West Africa; 15. Central Africa; 16. Southern Africa; 17. East Africa and Madagascar and the Emergence of Northeast African states; 18. Neolithic and Predynastic Egypt; 19. Emergence of the Egyptian state; 20. Summary of dynastic Egypt; 21. Summary of Classical and post-Classical Africa; 22. Languages; Part III. South and Southeast Asia: 23. Palaeolithic of South Asia; 24. Pre-Upper Palaeolithic Southeast Asia, including Flores; 25. DNA; 26. Upper Palaeolithic of Southeast Asia; 27. Food production in India and Sri Lanka; 28. Harappan; 29. Post-Harappan; 30. Summary of historic India and Sri Lanka; 31. Food production in Southeast Asia; 32. Complex society of Southeast Asia; 33. Summary of Khmer; 34i. Indonesia; 34ii. The Philippines; 35. Languages; Part IV. The Pacific: 36. DNA; 37. Palaeolithic of Australia, New Guinea, and Bismarcks; 38. Later prehistory of New Guinea; 39. Later prehistory of Australia; 40i. Micronesia; 40ii. Melanesia; 41. Polynesia, including Hawaii and Easter Island; 42. New Zealand; 43. Languages. Volume 2. East Asia and the Americas: Part V. East Asia: 1. DNA; 2. Pre-Upper Palaeolithic; 3. Upper Palaeolithic; 4. Early sedentism of the Pacific coast and early Jomon; 5. Neolithic of Northern and Central China; 6. Neolithic of Southern China, including Tibet; 7. Early complex societies in the Yellow River and Northern China; 8. Early complex societies in Southern China, including Tibet; 9. Summary of ancient China; 10. Complex society in Japan and Korea; 11. Later prehistory of Eastern Siberia; 12. Languages; Part VI. The Americas: 13. DNA; 14. The first Americans; 15. Paleoindian and Archaic of North America; 16. Paleoindian and Archaic of Central and South America; 17. Domestication and Formative of Mesoamerica; 18. Domestication and Formative of South America; 19. Valley of Mexico; 20. Olmecs and Gulf Coast; 21. Oaxaca; 22. Maya; 23. Early coastal South Pacific; 24. Early Horizon; 25. Early Intermediate and Middle Horizon; 26. Late Horizon; 27. Colombia, Ecuador, and Venezuela; 28. Amazonia; 29. Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, Chile and Patagonia; 30. Caribbean islands and neighbouring South American coast; 31. The South-West; 32. The North Pacific coast; 33 Plains and Mississippian; 34. The Atlantic coast from Florida to New England; 35. Northern North America; 36. Languages. Volume 3. Part VII. Western and Central Asia: 1. Pre-Upper Palaeolithic; 2. DNA; 3. Upper Palaeolithic; 4. Origins of sedentism and agriculture; 5. The Levant and Cyprus; 6. Western Syria; 7. Mesopotamia and Iran, the first cities; 8. Summary of Akkad onwards; 9. Anatolia up to 2000 BC; 10. Anatolia after 2000 BC; 11. The Caucasus, including Georgia and Armenia; 12. Arabia; 13. Central Asia before the Silk Road; 14. Southern Siberia; 15. Summary of the post-Classical and Islam; 16 Languages; Part VIII. Europe and the Mediterranean: 17. The Pre-Upper Palaeolithic; 18. DNA; 19. Upper Palaeolithic; 20. Upper Palaeolithic imagery; 21i. Post-Pleistocene and early food production in Southern Europe; 21ii. Post-Pleistocene and early food production in Southern Europe; 22. Post-Pleistocene and early food production in Northern Europe; 23. The Aegean; 24. Post-Neolithic of Western Europe; 25. Post-Neolithic of Central and Northern Europe, including the Scandinavian Bronze Age; 26. Post-Neolithic of Eastern Europe; 27. Summary of the Classical World; 28. Languages.

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