- 572 pages
- World Islands in Prehistory
- J.A. Ensenyat
- 22 April 2017 J.A. Ensenyat
History Has Shown That Islands Can Be Weird Places, Inhabited By Largely Predator Less Species, Often Modified By Their Insular Environment And, Although Islands Display A Great Deal Of Variation, They Also Share A Number Of Common Features This, The Fifth Deia International Conference Of Prehistory, Demonstrates That Islands Can Also Be Exciting Places To Study A Whopping Fifty Papers Are Brought Together In This Volume, With Contributors Presenting New Material, New Research And New Ideas On Various Islands, Including The Greek Islands, Madagascar, Fiji, Sicily, Sardinia And, Of Course, The Balearics A Wide Variety Of Subjects Are Discussed Including Colonisation, Human Impact On Island Environments, Political Centralisation, Social And Ideological Changes, Animal Exploitation, Biodiversity And Diet Implications, The Evolution And Extinction Of Animal X X X Xx X X X Xx Species.
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