|Statement||edited by Glynn Ll. Isaac and Elizabeth R. McCown.|
|Series||Perspectives on human evolution ;, v. 3, W. A. Benjamin series in anthropology|
|Contributions||Isaac, Glynn Llywelyn, 1937-1985., McCown, Elizabeth R., Society for the Study of Human Evolution.|
|LC Classifications||GN282 .H85|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 591 p. :|
|Number of Pages||591|
|ISBN 10||0805399410, 0805399429|
|LC Control Number||75027746|
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