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Colin Renfrew

Professor Lord Renfrew was born in 1937 in Stockton-on-Tees. He was Professor of Archaeology at Cambridge University 1981-2004, where he is now director of the McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research. A Fellow of the British Academy, he has won numerous international medals and prizes and was made a life peer in 1991. His book ARCHAEOLOGY, co-written with Paul Bahn, is the leading student textbook. He is known for his work on the radiocarbon revolution, the prehistory of language, archaeo-genetics and the prevention of looting on archaeological sites. He has led many excavations, especially in Macedonia and Greece.

Previous titles:
Figuring it Out (TPB Nov 06, Thames and Hudson);
Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos 1974-77;
Before Civilization;
Archaeology and Language;
Ancient Mind;
Virtual Archaeology

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