Homo Britanicus Chris Stringer

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Homo Britanicus  by  Chris Stringer

Homo Britanicus by Chris Stringer
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A delightful addition to his previous Complete World of Human Evolution, Homo Britannicus, written by Chris Stringer, offers a fascinating account of the history of human occupation in Britain from the first evidence of hominid activity circaMoreA delightful addition to his previous Complete World of Human Evolution, Homo Britannicus, written by Chris Stringer, offers a fascinating account of the history of human occupation in Britain from the first evidence of hominid activity circa 700,000-500,000 years ago to the arrival of modern humans about 12,000 years ago.

In addition to being of erudite specialist interest to his peers and students in paleontology and archaeology, this clearly written book -- which offers useful additional background in text and illustrations, humor and a share of the authors own experiences -- is a real pleasure to read for the lay person with little knowledge of these disciplines. After a thorough study of the role of climatic changes in the history of human adaptation to, or extinction from, new environments, Chris Stringer ends his book with a crucial appeal for our common responsibility in preserving our future, threatened by global warming today, not tomorrow.

Essential for learning about the past, this is paleontology at its best use for the present and future. Anyone interested in the complete story of the British Isles should read this book without delay.Ms. G. B. Delbarre (United Kingdom)



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