World Archaeology Volume 22 No.3 February 1991: Archaeology & Arid Environments

By: Ray Inskeep

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Some shelfwear to cover, spine faded, bottom of front cover marked, small bump to bottom edge, internally generally in very good condition. Contents include: Cultural impacts of severe droughts in the prehistoric Andes, application of a 1,500-year-old ice core precipitation record; Aridity, activity, and volcanic ash agriculture, a study of short-term prehistoric cultural-ecological dynamics; Temperatures in Predynastic Egypt inferred from the remains of the Nile perch; Llamas, herders and the exploitation of raw materials in the Atacama desert; Evidence of prehistoric diet from northern Chile, coprolites, gut contents and flotation samples from the Tulán Quebrada; Change in the Australian desert culture, a reanalysis of tulas from Puntutjarpa rockshelter; Arid landscapes and environmental transformations in ancient southwestern Ecuador.

Title: World Archaeology Volume 22 No.3 February 1991: Archaeology & Arid Environments

Author Name: Ray Inskeep

Categories: World, Periodicals, Archaeology and Prehistory,

Publisher: Routledge: 1991

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition: Fair

Type: Book

Seller ID: 15030303-33

Keywords: ARCHAEOLOGY, DROUGHT, ARIDITY, ANDES, AGRICULTURE, PREDYNASTIC EGYPT, ATACAMA DESERT, CHILE, COPROLITES, TULAN QUEBRADA, AUSTRALIA, PUNTUTJARPA, ECUADOR