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History of Mankind: Cultural and Scientific Development Vol. 1

£34.99

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Pre-History and the Beginnings of Civilisation: Here, for the first time, presented in lively and readable form, is a global history of mankind, planned and written from an international standpoint by experts of world-wide reputation. It is not the story of reigns, battles and political rivalries but of the way in which people lived, developed their ways of life and borrowed from each other and diffused their respective cultures. Volume I only.

Glossy photographic dust jacket. Various signs of wear, scuffs, marks and discolouration, creasing and tears to top of front of jacket. Price clipped. Blue cloth covered boards with gilt text to spine, partially within black coloured text area. Slightly discoloured light blue endpapers. Light shelf wear and fading to edges. Light foxing to edges of text block, which is otherwise clean and tight and lightly but evenly tanned.

Item details

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Illustrated
Author(s):
Hawkes, Jacquetta; Woolley, Sir Leonard
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1967
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
873
Publisher:
George Allen and Unwin

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Pre-History and the Beginnings of Civilisation: Here, for the first time, presented in lively and readable form, is a global history of mankind, planned and written from an international standpoint by experts of world-wide reputation. It is not the story of reigns, battles and political rivalries but of the way in which people lived, developed their ways of life and borrowed from each other and diffused their respective cultures. Volume I only.

Glossy photographic dust jacket. Various signs of wear, scuffs, marks and discolouration, creasing and tears to top of front of jacket. Price clipped. Blue cloth covered boards with gilt text to spine, partially within black coloured text area. Slightly discoloured light blue endpapers. Light shelf wear and fading to edges. Light foxing to edges of text block, which is otherwise clean and tight and lightly but evenly tanned.

Added value:
Illustrated
Author(s):
Hawkes, Jacquetta; Woolley, Sir Leonard
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1967
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
873
Publisher:
George Allen and Unwin

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