The first farmers : the origins of agricultural societies / Peter Bellwood.

By: Bellwood, Peter SMaterial type: TextTextPublication details: Malden, MA : Blackwell Pub., c2005Description: xix, 360 p. : ill., maps ; 26 cmISBN: 0631205659 (hc : alk. paper); 0631205667 (alk. paper)Subject(s): Agriculture -- Origin | Agriculture, Prehistoric | Plants, Cultivated -- OriginDDC classification: 630/.9/01 LOC classification: GN799.A4 | B45 2005Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
The early farming dispersal hypothesis in perspective -- The origins and dispersals of agriculture : some operational considerations -- The beginnings of agriculture in Southwest Asia -- Tracking the spreads of farming beyond the Fertile Crescent : Europe and Asia -- Africa : an independent focus of agricultural development? -- The beginnings of agriculture in East Asia -- The spread of agriculture into Southeast Asia and Oceania -- Early agriculture and its spread in the Americas -- What do language families mean for human prehistory? -- The spread of farming : comparing the archaeology and the linguistics -- Genetics, skeletal anthropology, and the people factor -- The nature of early agricultural expansion.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 292-349) and index.

The early farming dispersal hypothesis in perspective -- The origins and dispersals of agriculture : some operational considerations -- The beginnings of agriculture in Southwest Asia -- Tracking the spreads of farming beyond the Fertile Crescent : Europe and Asia -- Africa : an independent focus of agricultural development? -- The beginnings of agriculture in East Asia -- The spread of agriculture into Southeast Asia and Oceania -- Early agriculture and its spread in the Americas -- What do language families mean for human prehistory? -- The spread of farming : comparing the archaeology and the linguistics -- Genetics, skeletal anthropology, and the people factor -- The nature of early agricultural expansion.

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