Late prehistoric exploitation of the Eurasian steppe (McDonald Institute Monographs)

Late prehistoric exploitation of the Eurasian steppe (McDonald Institute Monographs)

By: Marsha Levine (author), Nataliya Tatarintseva (author), Yuri Rassamakin (author), Aleksandr Kislenko (author)Hardback

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The nomadic peoples of the great grasslands of the former USSR have left little in the way of settlement evidence, and archaeologists studying their history have had to rely on environmental remains to reconstruct their pasts. This book contains three major studies: The origins of horse husbandry on the Eurasian Steppe (M Levine) ; The eneolithic of the Black Sea Steppe: The dynamics of cultural and economic development 4500-2300 BC (Y Rassamakin) , and The Eastern Ural steppe at the end of the Stone Age (A Kislenko and N Tatarintseva) . Each presents evidence that has not previously been available to European prehistorians. The whole provides an important contribution to European prehistory, and provides background to the ongoing discussions on the prehistory of language.

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  • ISBN13: 9781902937038
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 216
  • ID: 9781902937038
  • ISBN10: 1902937031
  • translations: Russian

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