People in the mountains : current approaches to the archaeology of mountainous landscapes

Mountain landscapes were first exploited by farming populations at the very beginning of the Neolithic. However, there are controversies regarding when and where these specific types of human behaviour developed as a result of adaptation processes to these special environments. The aim of 'Peop...

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Other Authors: Pelisiak, Andrzej , [Editor] , Nowak, Marek , [Editor] , Astaloş, Ciprian , [Editor]
Published: Oxford : Archaeopress Archaeology, [2018].
Physical Description: viii, 223 pages ; : illustrations (some color), maps (some color), plans ; 29 cm.
Series: Archaeopress archaeology
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Other Editions: People in the mountains : current approaches to the archaeology of mountainous landscapes / Online
Contents/pieces: 14 records
Online Access: Table of contents only
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