The Stone Age
Amazon, 29 May 2014 - 478 sayfa
Ancient Pakistan - An Archaeological History deals with the prehistory of Pakistan from the Stone Age to the end of the Indus Civilization. This particular volume, The Stone Age, concerns with the first appearance of man in northern Pakistan more than a million years ago and traces his cultural history up to the emergence of agriculture and sedentary living in this region. The book is written for students of ancient history, anthropology, and archaeology. The material is generously illustrated with a large number of maps, tables, drawings, and colored photographs. Each Section is provided with extensive references to the text and a comprehensive bibliography is provided for those who want to dig deeper into the subject. Although the book primarily deals with the Greater Indus Valley, its scope is much wider: the subject has been discussed in context with the paleolithic of India, Central Asia, and Iran. The story of human evolution provides a constant background.
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A Paleolithic Journey
The Mesolithic Transition
The World of HunterGatherers
Acheulian Allchin ancient animals archaeological archaic Asian assemblages Baluchistan behavior blades bones cave Central Asia changes chromosome climate coastal colonization context core cultural dating Dennell deposits Dmanisi earliest early humans Early Pleistocene East Africa environment Eurasia Europe evidence evolutionary flakes foragers fossil gene flow genetic diversity geographic geological handaxes haplogroup Holocene hominins Homo erectus Homo ergaster Homo sapiens human dispersal human evolution human populations hunter-gatherers hunting India Indus Valley industries Iran large number Late Pleistocene lineages lithic Lower Paleolithic Mesolithic microliths Middle Paleolithic Middle Stone Age migration million years ago modern human origins mtDNA Multiregional Neanderthals Neolithic northern Pakistan Oldowan Paki Paleo period plains Pothwar Plateau prehistory present probably Punjab recent region river Riwat Rohri Rohri Hills route Sindh Siwalik Soan Valley South Asia southern species stone artifacts stone tools subcontinent Thar Desert tion Upper Paleolithic West western