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Man before Metals

£24.99

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Volume 44 of the International Scientific Series. To quote from the Introduction - " Our aim in publishing this book has been to bring before the reader the numerous proofs hitherto collected of the great age of the human race, together with the details which confirm them. This forms the subject of the first part. In the second, we shall treat of the customs, the industry, the moral and religious ideas of man, such as he was before the use of metals was known to him, and we shall endeavour to trace his portrait with fidelity."

Kegan Paul Trench hardback with no DJ. Red cloth covered boards with black lettering and pattern to front and back and gilt lettering to spine. Black end papers. Good binding. Owner's name dated 1924 on front paper. 148 line illustrations.

A contribution to the great Darwinian debate.

Item details

Author(s):
Joly N
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19 x 13 cm approx
Edition:
1883
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
365
Publisher:
Kegan Paul, Trench and Co
Title:
Man before Metals

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Volume 44 of the International Scientific Series. To quote from the Introduction - " Our aim in publishing this book has been to bring before the reader the numerous proofs hitherto collected of the great age of the human race, together with the details which confirm them. This forms the subject of the first part. In the second, we shall treat of the customs, the industry, the moral and religious ideas of man, such as he was before the use of metals was known to him, and we shall endeavour to trace his portrait with fidelity."

Kegan Paul Trench hardback with no DJ. Red cloth covered boards with black lettering and pattern to front and back and gilt lettering to spine. Black end papers. Good binding. Owner's name dated 1924 on front paper. 148 line illustrations.

A contribution to the great Darwinian debate.

Author(s):
Joly N
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19 x 13 cm approx
Edition:
1883
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
365
Publisher:
Kegan Paul, Trench and Co
Title:
Man before Metals

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