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Title Becoming human : innovation in prehistoric material and spiritual culture / [edited by] Colin Renfrew, Iain Morley.
Published Cambridge ;New York : Cambridge University Press, 2009
Detail xviii, 282 p., [24] p. of plates : ill. (some col.) ; 27 cm
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Added Author Renfrew, Colin. Introduction-Becoming human :changing perspectives on the emergence of human values
  De Lumley, Henry. Emergence of symbolic thought :the principal steps of hominisation leading towards greater complexity
  Henshilwood, Christopher. Origins of symbolism, spirituality, and shamans :exploring Middle Stone Age material culture in South Africa
  Renfrew, Jane M. Neanderthal symbolic behaviour?
  Renfrew, Colin, 1937-
  Tacon, Paul S. C Identifying ancient religious thought and iconography :problems of definition, preservation, and interpretation
  Morley, Iain, 1975-
  Renfrew, Colin. Situating the creative explosion :universal or local/
  Donald, Merlin. Roots of art and religion in ancient material culture
  D'Errico, Francesco. Archaeology of early religious practices :a plea for a hypothesis-testing approach
  Mithen, Steven. Out of the mind :material culture and the supernatural
  Lewis-Wiliams, David. Of people and pictures :the nexus of Upper Palaeolithic religion, social discrimination, and art
  Morley, Iain Ritual and music :parallels and practice, and the Palaeolithic
  Conkey, Margaret W. Materiality and meaning-making in the understanding of the Palaeolithic 'arts'
  Clottes, Jean. Sticking bones into cracks in the Upper Palaeolithic
  Mellars, Paul. Cognition and climate :why is Upper Palaeolithic cave art almost confined to the Franco-Cantabrian region?
  Van Huyssteen, J. Wentzel. Interdisciplinary perspectives on human origins and religious awareness
  Ward, Keith Innovation in material and spiritual culture :exploring conjectured relationships
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