Migrations in Prehistory

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Archaeologists have developed various methods of studying cultural remains to infer population movement and other kinds of migration. Irving Rouse, author of much distinguished work in this field, here evaluates research on prehistoric migrations and explains why some of these methods have been more successful than others. Rouse begins with a discussion of the nature and ways of formulating migration hypotheses. He then focuses on four instances in which migration hypotheses have been successfully formed and tested: ...

Migrations in Prehistory 1989, Yale University Press, New haven

ISBN-13: 9780300045048

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