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Annual review of anthropology vol 14 1985


, : Annual review of anthropology vol 14 1985. Siegel, B J Annual Review Of Anthropology, Vol 14 Xiv+627p Annual Reviews Inc : Palo Alto, Calif , Usa Illus Xiv+627p

This text is comprised of various contributions which survey anthropological topics. Subjects of particular biological relevance include sexual dimorphism, the relationship between anthropology and nursing, the development of early man on the American continents, and written and spoken language. Also covered are dental proof of Australopithecus' diet, research in human genetics, bioanthropology, and the anthropology of domesticated animals. Reference lists are provided at the conclusion of each paper, and diagrams as well as author, subject, cumulative author, and cumulative subject indices supplement the text. This volume will prove useful to those involved in the study and research of anthropology and related fields.

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