Before food production in North Africa
questions and tools dealing with resource exploitation and population dynamics at 12,000-7,000 bp
Written in English.
Table of Contents
|Before food production in North Africa : an introductory glimpse into the issue -- Savino di Lernia and Giorgio Manzi|
|Intensification and transformation processes towards food production in Africa -- Andrew B. Smith|
|Paleobiological markers of transitional processes in human populations -- Silvana M. Borgognini Tarli and Giorgio Manzi|
|Holocene climatic change and riverine dynamics in Nile Valley -- Fekri A. Hassan|
|Geological evidence for Late Pleistocene and Holocene environmental changes in south-western Fezzan, central Sahara, Libya -- Mauro Cremaschi|
|The use of plants during the Early Holocene in the Egyptian Sahara -- Fred Wendorf ... [et al.]|
|Economic strategy based on food-plants in the Early Holocene central Sudan -- Anwar A. Magid and Isabella Caneva|
|Early Holocene plant remains from Uan Afuda cave, Tadrart Acacus, Libyan Sahara -- Lanfredo Castelletii, Michela Cottini and Mauro Rottoli.|
|Fishing along the Nile -- Pierre M. Vermeersch|
|Cultural control over wild animals during the Early Holocene -- Savino di Lernia|
|Adaptive variability in the eastern Sahara during the Early Holocene -- Mary A. McDonald|
|Men and climates in the western Sahara at the Pleistocene-Holocene transition -- Olivier Dutour|
|Indications on the economic strategies in the central-Saharan rock art -- Umberto Sansoni|
|Before food production in North Africa : overview and discussion -- John Desmond Clark.|
Includes bibliographical references.
Proceedings of a workshop held within the XIII Congress of the International Union of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences.
"Union internationale des sciences prehistoriques et protohistoriques, XIII World Congress, Forlì, 1996. Centro interuniversitario di ricerca sulle civiltà e l'ambiente del Sahara antico."
These papers are also published in v. 6 of Atti del XIII Congresso : Forlì, Italia, 1996, 8-14 settembre.
|Library of Congress||GN865.N67 B43 1998|
The Physical Object
|Pagination||177 p. :|
|Number of pages||177|
History Created April 1, 2008 ·
|April 1, 2008||Created by an anonymous user||Initial record created, from Scriblio MARC record.|