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The Evolution of Human Societies: From Foraging Group to Agrarian State, Second Edition
The Evolution of Human Societies: From Foraging Group to Agrarian State, Second Edition

Author: Allen Johnson, Timothy Earle

ISBN: 9780804740326

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