Edited by Elizabeth N. Arkush and Mark W. Allen
Narrated by James Adams
Approximately 10 hours
Elizabeth N. Arkush is research associate in the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at the University of California, Los Angeles. Mark W. Allen is associate professor of anthropology at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
“An excellent source of information on the current state of warfare research in archaeology. [It] chronicles the complex history of warfare in different time periods and world regions while simultaneously exploring the environmental and social variables that appear to have influenced if, when, how, and on what scale warfare was conducted.”
—Patricia M. Lambert, Utah State University
“The study of warfare ... in the archaeological record requires a level of synthesis, temporal depth, and relational analysis that challenges the abilities and knowledge of all archaeologists. This volume presents an intriguing set of essays that are more than up to this challenge in many world areas ... Archaeologists, avocational archaeologists, and general readers interested in warfare in different social and ecological settings will be eager consumers.”
—David R. Wilcox, Northern Arizona University