Youth:change & Challenge

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Erik Homburger Erikson
Basic Books, Jan 21, 1963 - Youth - 284 pages
Reveals the rich insights into archaeology and anthropology that chemistry can provide, discussing how modern methods such as radiocarbon dating and DNA analysis can determine the diet of prehistoric Europeans, the geographical origin of marble in an ancient statue, and human migratory patterns. Concurrently discusses the ways in which ancient peoples used chemistry to manipulate their environment. For general readers interested in the interplay of science, history, and archaeology. Annotation copyrighted by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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Fidelity and Diversity
Archetypal Patterns of Youth
Some Observations

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