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This book is incredible. A good look at the timeline of our roots.Published 11 months ago by Carrie Anne
Very interesting perspective. Anyone interested in the subject matter will enjoy this book.Published 15 months ago by Ms. Marilee A. Ryan
This is one of the best books on archeology i have read in a long time. Thorough but not at all boring.Published 15 months ago by Susan M. Shock
I wanted to like this book because I strongly agree that far more focus on women's role in human evolution is needed. I recommend Sarah Hrdy's work on alloparenting highly. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Christopher Ryan
Wonderful book and research.......... I'm a cultural anthropologist and often asked "where are the women?"Published 19 months ago by Bea Gale
A wonderful story giving us great insights into prehistory that includes women and gives the male dominated field a run for their money. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Paul Richards
History is about people. Trying to use stone tools, digs, and facts to tell it just isn't enough. There will be gaps that will be filled with assumptions and guess work. Read morePublished on July 22, 2013 by Michael Valdivielso
I am impressed by the work of J.M. Adovasio, Olga Soffer, and Jake Page in their innovative investigation of the work of pre-historic women. Read morePublished on September 6, 2008 by Marilyn Wickel
J.M. Adovasio is an archaeologist. Olga Soffer is an anthropologist, and Jake Page is a science writer. Read morePublished on December 11, 2007 by Dennis Littrell