H 245 x W 175 mm
Illustrated throughout in colour and black & white
Published Feb 2016
This book gives a full account of stone age seafaring presenting the archaeological evidence in the context of the changing world environment and uses ethnographic sources to broaden the readers understanding of the worlds earliest sea craft.
Introduction 1: Lower Palaeolithic seafarers – the oldest evidence of migration and sea-crossing 2: Middle Palaeolithic seafarers – the Neanderthal and the sea 3: Upper and Final Palaeolithic seafarers – the expansion of modern humans 5: Neolithic voyagers – farmers of the sea 6: Early forms of water transport Conclusion Bibliography