Style, Function, Transmission: Evolutionary Archaeological Perspectives

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Style, Function, Transmission: Evolutionary Archaeological Perspectives - Skibo, James M (Editor), and O'Brien, Michael J, Professor (Editor), and Lyman, R Lee (Editor)

Darwin's theory of evolutionary descent with modification rests in part on the notion that there is heritable continuity affected by transmission between ancestor and descendant. It is precisely this continuity that allows one to trace hylogenetic histories between fossil taxa of various ages and recent taxa. Darwin was clear that were an analyst ... Read More

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