by Robert J. Braidwood
Publisher: Chicago Natural History Museum; Sixth Edition (January 1, 1963)
Number of pages: 195
The men who lived in prehistoric periods did not leave us history books, but they did leave an unintentionally record of their presence and way of life. Different kinds of scientists study and interpret this record.
Robert John Braidwood (1907–2003) was an American archaeologist and anthropologist who was one of the founders in scientific archaeology and a pioneer in Near Eastern Prehistory.
How We Learn about Prehistoric Men
The Changing World in Which Prehistoric Men Lived
Prehistoric Men Themselves
More Evidence of Culture
End and Prelude
The First Revolution
The Conquest of Civilization
End of Prehistory
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