Kennedy K.A.R. God-apes and fossil men: paleoanthropology of South Asia (Ann Arbor, 2000 (2003)). - ОГЛАВЛЕНИЕ / CONTENTS
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ОбложкаKennedy K.A.R. God-apes and fossil men: paleoanthropology of South Asia. - Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2000 (2003). - xvii, 480 p.: ill., maps. - Ref.: p.387-453. - Indexes.: p.455-480. - ISBN 0-472-11013-6
 

Оглавление / Contents
 
List of Illustrations .......................................... xi
Preface ...................................................... xiii

Chapter 1  This Land of Bharata ................................. 1
           Landscapes and Inhabitants Today ..................... 1
           Gondwanaland ......................................... 5
Chapter 2  Establishing the Archaeological Record .............. 11
           Treasures in the Laterite ........................... 11
           The Legacy of Oriental Jones ........................ 13
           Background of European Prehistory ................... 17
           Celts, Haches, and Rude Chipped Stone Implements .... 23
Chapter 3  Paleontology and Evolution .......................... 32
           Was Adam an Only Child? ............................. 32
           "The Bones of Man or Those of the Monkey Tribe?" .... 37
           First, Let's Sort out the Skulls .................... 44
           Then We Can Sort out the "Races"! ................... 49
           The Fossil Hominid Worldwide Web .................... 55
           Getting It Together ................................. 62
Chapter 4  The Aryan Hordes .................................... 67
           Vedic India ......................................... 68
           Jungle Folk of the Hilly Tracts ..................... 70
           European Ethnogenesis ............................... 80
Chapter 5  The God-Apes of the Siwalik Hills ................... 86
           The Siwalik Group ................................... 86
           First Discoveries of Siwalik Fossil Primates ........ 90
           Prince Rama's Ape ................................... 93
           Gigantopithecus ..................................... 99
           Coronation ......................................... 103
           Dethronement no Postmortem and Resurrection ........ 115
Chapter 6  The Earliest Evidence of Hominid Settlement in 
           Pleistocene South Asia ............................. 121
           Pleistocene Geology and Paleoecology ............... 121
           Earliest Stone Tools ............................... 131
Chapter 7  Mileposts in the Paleolithic Journey ............... 137
           South Asia Enters World Archaeology ................ 137
           The Soan Tradition ................................. 141
           The Lower Paleolithic .............................. 148
           The Middle Paleolithic ............................. 161
           The Upper Paleolithic .............................. 165
Chapter 8  Fossil Hominids of the South Asian Pleistocene ..... 172
           Exordium ........................................... 172
           Narmada Man: Homo erectus or Homo sapiens? ......... 173
           Earliest Anatomically Modern
           Homo sapiens from South Asia ....................... 180
Chapter 9  Post-Pleistocene Landscapes and Cultural 
           Chronology Paleoenvironments of the Holocene ....... 189
           Antiquity and Development of Microlithic
           Technologies
Chapter 10 Mesolithic Hunter-Foragers ......................... 200
           Archaeological Sites and Mesolithic Lifeways: 
           North and Central India ............................ 200
           Archaeological Sites and Mesolithic Lifeways: 
           Peninsular India ................................... 212
           Archaeological Sites and Mesolithic Lifeways: 
           Eastern India ...................................... 216
           Archaeological Sites and Mesolithic Lifeways: Sri
           Lanka .............................................. 218
Chapter 11 The Skeletal Record of Mesolithic Populations ...... 224
           The Anemic Woman from Baghai Khor .................. 224
           Cro-Magnons in the Ganges Valley? .................. 226
           Too Many Cooks: So Few Bones ....................... 231
           Denizens of the Dune of Darkness ................... 233
           Balangodese and "Wild" Veddas ...................... 235
           How to Survive the Mesolithic ...................... 239
Chapter 12 Early Farmers and Pastoralists ..................... 242
           Why Would a Free-Ranging
           Hunter Become a Sedentary Farmer? .................. 242
           Antiquity of the South Asian Neolithic ............. 246
           Indo-Iranian Borderlands ........................... 251
           Early Farmers in Baluchistan ....................... 253
           Villages in the Shadows of the Himalaya ............ 259
           The Southeast Asian Frontier ....................... 261
           Hill and Plains Farmers of North India ............. 263
           Enigmatic Ashmounds, Pots, and House Burials ....... 265
           Impact of the Food-Producing Lifeway ............... 276
Chapter 13 The Skeletal Record of Early
           Farming and Pastoral Populations ................... 278
           Teeth, Babies, and Some Holes in the Head .......... 279
           Meanwhile, Back on the Peninsula ................... 282
           How Much Did the Neolithic Cost? ................... 287
Chapter 14 The Harappan Civilization .......................... 290
           Between Prehistory and History ..................... 290
           Assemblage of the Harappan Skeletal Series ......... 293
           Form and Diversity of the Harappan Cultural 
           Achievement ........................................ 295
           "A Group of Jumbled up Skeletons" .................. 299
           A New Look at Harappan Phenotypic Attributes ....... 302
Chapter 15 The Harappan Heritage .............................. 308
           Hard Times with Aryans, Floods, and Mosquitoes ..... 308
           Mystery of the Copper Hoards ....................... 310
           Chalcolithic Skeletons - Footless and Flexed ....... 315
           Scenes of Pastoral Life ............................ 323
Chapter 16 The Megalith Builders .............................. 326
           "Jove ... with Bronze, Then Iron, Stamped the 
           Age" ............................................... 326
           Discovery of the Megalith Builders ................. 328
           Gandhara: Holy Land of Buddhist Pilgrims ........... 337
           The Painted Gray Ware People and the Asuras ........ 340
           A Tomb with a View: Portholes and Capstones ........ 341
           The Ghosts of Adittanalur 343 Vidarbha and the 
           Deep South ......................................... 350
           Megalithic and Early Historic Populations .......... 353
Chapter 17 Where Did All the Races Go? ........................ 358
           The Indian Three Race Theory ....................... 358
           Decline and Fall of the Race Concept ............... 363
           But Did Aryans Exist? .............................. 365
           Genetic Histories, Allele Distributions, and 
           Ancient DNA ........................................ 377
Chapter 18 Conspectus ......................................... 381
           References ......................................... 387
Author and Name Index ......................................... 455
Subject Index ................................................. 469


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