MORTAL WOUNDS: THE HUMAN SKELETON AS EVIDENCE FOR CONFLICT IN THE PAST

SMITH (M.)

P016

£25.00

290pp., 100 illus. 2017. This book brings together a wealth of recently recognised evidence from preserved human skeletons to investigate a range of questions regarding the ways human beings have used violence to achieve their aims, in a single volume presenting this continuous thread of unbroken evidence from the early Stone Age to the 19th century.