“An interesting account of the peopling of Europe that attempts to integrate archaeology, history, and linguistics with the latest genetic evidence. . . . Recommended.” (Choice)
“The armchair route to uncovering the mysteries of who we really are.” (Woman Around Town)
“Richly illustrated . . . this highly readable volume outlines a new paradigm in European archaeology and pre-history and tackles the central question of the meaning of European identity, genetic and cultural.” (ProtoView)
About the Author
Jean Manco has taught at Plymouth and Bristol universities. Her previous publications include building, town, parish, and charity histories. She lives in England.