Understanding the Neolithic: A Revised Second Edition of "Rethinking the Neolithic"

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New York, 1999 - History - 266 pages
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While thoroughly examining the archaeological data of the Neolithic period in Southern Britain, Julian Thomas exposes the assumptions and prejudices which have shaped archaeologists' accounts of the distant past, and presents fresh interpretations informed by social theory, anthropology and critical hermeneutics. It is a fully reworked edition of the author'sRethinking the Neolithic(1991).

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Thomas is lecturer in Archaeology at Southampton University.

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