Fleeting Identities: Perishable Material Culture in Archaeological Research, ed.
Draws from current worldwide archaeological research to highlight the importance to peoples’ lives of perishable materials that rarely survive in the archaeological record but which represent up to 90% of all material culture in some regions, from wooden buildings, containers, and tools to animal-skin blankets and bags to fiber clothing and fishing/hunting nets. 21 chapters by 38 contributors. (Out of print)
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