November 1986
Archaeology;Nov/Dec86, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p10
Provides information on books relating to archaeology, historic preservation and anthropology in Asia that were recent in November 1986. "Prehistoric Hunter-Gatherers in Japan: New Research Methods," edited by Takeru Akazawa and C. Melvin Aikens; "Food, Society and Culture: Aspects in South Asian Food Systems," edited by R. S. Khare and M. S. A. Rao; "Buried Treasures of Chinese Turkestan," by Albert von Le Coq.


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