Kristian Brink, Susan Hydén, Kristina Jennbert, Lars Larsson, Deborah Olausson (red.)
Neolithic Diversities. Perspectives from a conference in Lund, Sweden
Acta Archaeologica Lundensia Series altera in 8° 65
In the study of the distant human past, certain events and periods have come to represent decisive passages from one human state to another. From a global perspective, the characteristic feature of the last ten thousand years is that people in different parts of the world, and at different points in time, started to grow plants and domesticate animals. The rise and dissemination of agriculture were crucial factors for the continued existence of humankind on earth.