Shanidar, the First Flower People
Knopf, 1971 - 290 من الصفحات
"The exploration of Shanidar Cave in Iraq has resulted in one of the most significant archaeological finds of recent years--the first archaeological traces of 'human nature.' And Ralph Solecki's firsthand account superbly communicates the excitement, the continual surprises, the labor, ingenuity, and technical subtlety that attended the discovery"--Book jacket.
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It was Ralph Solecki's excavation of Shanidar Cave that first made us understand that Neanderthals were much more like humans than like the shambling, stumbling cave men that they had been portrayed ... قراءة التقييم بأكمله
Prehistory and Early Man
Ride to the High Zagros
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