Table of contents for World prehistory in new perspective / Grahame Clark.


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List of tables, Acknowledgements, Preface
Part I. Early Prehistory: 1. Evolution of man as an organism
2. Environmental change
3. Palaeolithic hunters and foragers
Part II. Beginnings of Civilization in South-West Asia: 4. Background
5. The transition: 9000-6000 B. C.
6. Neolithic/Charcolithic settlement
7. Emergence of civilization in south Mesopotamia
8. Civilizations of the Highlands
Part III. Foundations of European Civilization: The Stone Age: 9. Upper Palaeolithic hunters and artists
10. Mesolithic hunter-fishers
11. Late Stone Age farmers
12. Farmers and hunter-fishers
Part IV. Europe: From Metallurgy to Civilization: 13. Early metallurgy
14. Minoan-Mycenaean civilization
15. The Bronze Age in temperate Europe
16. Antecedents of classical Greece
17. The barbarian world in the pre-roman Iron Age
18. Antecendents and expansion of Roman civilization
19. The Iron Age in northern Europe
20. Christianity and the end of European prehistory
Part V. The African Achievement: 21. The Stone Age
22. Ancient Egyptian civilization
23. The opening up of sub-Saharan Africa
Part VI. The Indian Sub-Continent: 24. Early prehistory
25. Later prehistory
26. Protohistory
Part VII. East Asia: 27. China
28. Japan
29. South-east Asia
Part VIII. North and Middle America: 30. Late Pleistocene settlement
31. Middle American sequence
Part IX. North America: 32. Temperate zone
33. Arctic zone
Part X. South America: 34. The first settlers: Andean zone
35. Intermediate zone: marginal territories
Part XI. Australia and Oceania: 36. Australia
37. Oceania
Index.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Prehistoric peoples