By Roger Blench,Matthew Spriggs

ISBN-10: 0415100542

ISBN-13: 9780415100540

ISBN-10: 0415518709

ISBN-13: 9780415518703

Archaeology and Language III translates effects from archaeological facts by way of language distribution and alter, supplying the instruments for an intensive rewriting of the traditional discourse of prehistory. person chapters current case reports of artefacts and fragmentary textual fabrics, serious about the reconstruction of homes, maritime know-how, pottery and grave goods.

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