An introduction to the archaeology of later prehistoric Europe from the Neolithic to the Iron Age, ca. 6000 B.C. to the Roman conquest of Gaul and Britain. Includes considerations of the interactions of "classican" and "barbarian" societies; the relationship of Indo-European linguistic evidence to archaeological evidence; the possible uses of ethnography and history to interpret later prehistoric archaeology.
Section 401 - SEM -
TARTARON, THOMAS F.
CLAUDIA COHEN HALL 337
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