Ancient Bodies, Ancient Lives

Ancient Bodies, Ancient Lives: Sex, Gender, and Archaeology by Rosemary A. Joyce

CC 72.4 .J69 2008

“Ranging from European hunters who created the first human images known to us almost 30,000 years ago to the lives of men and women from social groups of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries who seldom appear in conventional histories, Ancient Bodies, Ancient Lives explores how men and women in many times and places represented sexual differences, and how they lived lives shaped in part by those differences.” — book jacket


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