Prehistoric Maritime Adaptations of the Circumpolar Zone by William W. Fitzhugh

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A critique of these approaches is developed from a postprocessual stance informed by structuration theory.

The geographical locus of the study is the circumpolar zone. The north Norwegian Stone Age is the primary empirical entry point and the Maritime Archaic of Labrador is used for comparative purposes.Skip header and navigation. Home. View Selections: 0 Items Help.

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