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Glynn Isaac (1937-1985)

The Archaeology of Human Origins: Papers by Glynn Isaac

Edited by Barbara Isaac. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1989.

GN741.I85 1989 Anthropology Library

"As one of the premier authorities on the archaeology of human origins, the late Glynn Isaac attempted to integrate Paleolithic archeology, human paleontology, cultural anthropology, ecology, primatology, ethnology, nutritional studies, geology, and paleogeography into an integrated whole. His approaches to the Early Stone Age record have had a profound influence upon an entire generation of Paleolithic archeologists and anthropologists."

From: Nicholas Toth 1991 review of "The Archaeology of Human Origins: Papers by Glynn Isaac."
American Anthropologist, vol. 93, no. 4, p. 987.

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