Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period

By: Dawkis, W. Boyd

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Missing pages 95-100, one page loose but included, a few pages lightly foxed, board corners rubbed. 1880 Hard Cover. xxiii, 537 pp. Illustrated by woodcuts. CONTENTS: The Relation of Geology to Archaeology and History; Biological and Physical Changes in Britain Before the Arrival of Man--The Eocene Period; Biological and Physical Changes in Britain Before the Arrival of Man--The Meiocene Period; Biological and Physical Changes in North-Western Europe Before the Arrival of Man--The Pleiocene Period; Biological and Physical Changes in Britain at the Time of the Arrival of Man; The River-Drift Hunter of the Pleistocene Age and His Surroundings; The Cave-Man and the Advance in Culture; The Arrival of the Prehistoric Farmer, and the Herdsman--The Neolithic Civilisation; The Neolithic Inhabitants of Britain of Iberian Race; The Further Development of Culture--The Bronze Age; The Introduction of Bronze, and of the Bronze Civilisation, Into Europe; The Prehistoric Iron Age North of the Alps; The Overlap of History; Britain in the Historic Period--Conclusion; Appendices: The Eocene Mammalia of Britain and France - The Meiocene Mammalia - The Pleiocene Mammalia.

Title: Early Man in Britain and His Place in the Tertiary Period

Author: Dawkis, W. Boyd

Categories: European, Anthropology, British, Archaeology,

Publisher: London, Macmillan and Co.: 1880

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Fair

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2306559

Keywords: HISTORY ANTHROPOLOGY GREAT BRITAIN TERTIARY PERIOD,