The Prehistory of Home

The Prehistory of Home

Jerry D. Moore


Many animals construct shelters, yet purely people construct houses. No different species creates this type of number of dwellings. Drawing examples from around the archaeological list and all over the world, archaeologist Jerry D. Moore recounts the cultural improvement of the uniquely human critical to keep up household dwellings. He indicates how our homes let us bodily adapt to the surroundings and conceptually order the cosmos, and explains how we fabricate dwellings and, within the method, build our lives. The Prehistory of domestic issues out how homes functionality as symbols of equality or proclaim the social divides among humans, and the way they guard us not just from the weather, yet more and more from inchoate fear.

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