Table of contents for The archaeology of Ethiopia : shaping an identity / Niall Finneran.

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Contents
Acknowledgements
List of figures
Preface: The limits of social memory
Chapter one: A sense of place: Ethiopia, Africa and the world
Chapter two: From ?Lucy? to the LSA: technological development from the Pliocene to the mid-Holocene period
Chapter three: Foragers and farmers: beyond ecological determinism and neo-evolutionary trajectories
Chapter four: Emergent social complexity in the northern highlands in the first millennium BC
Chapter five: The Aksumite system
Chapter six: After Aksum: an Ethiopian dark age?
Epilogue: The past in the present
Bibliography

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Archaeology -- Ethiopia.
Ethiopia -- Antiquities.
Ethiopia -- Civilization.
Ethiopia -- Religion.
Archaeology and history -- Ethiopia.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Ethiopia.