Winner of the 1996 Book Award, Society for American Archeology
"Truly exciting.... [This book is] a landmark contribution that [is] outstanding in [its] theoretical and methodological rigour.... [It] should become [a] role model for future related work. As the author show[s] so clearly, Neanderthals (and their predecessors) are fascinating in their own right, and not merely because of the last of them may (or may not) have evolved into us." --Nature
"There is something in the book for both advocates and opponents of continuity between Neanderthals and Modern Europeans. . . . Stiner's prose style is lively and engaging, and there is no denying the intellectual attraction of her paleoecologial approach. . . . the book should be read by anyone contemplating a similar, behaviorally oriented analysis of fossil bones." --Science
"This is a book not so much on Neandertals themselves as on the context, the background, in which they lived, . . . rigorously argued, full of information and with many insights into ecological issues affecting human evolution." --Peter Andrews, Times Higher Education Supplement
"Landmark contributions that are outstanding in . . . theoretical and methodological rigour." --Robin Dennell, Nature
Landmark contributions that are outstanding in . . . theoretical and methodological rigour.
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