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by Jacquetta Hopkins Hawkes
Author: Jacquetta Hopkins Hawkes
Publisher: McGraw-Hill; First Edition edition (1974)
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Atlas of Ancient Archaeology book. Traces the patterns of cultures and civilizations down.
Jacquetta Hawkes (5 August 1910 – 18 March 1996) was an English archaeologist and writer. Born Jessie Jacquetta Hopkins, she is perhaps best known for her book A Land (1951). She was a prolific writer of works about subjects that were quite removed from her principal field. She was above all interested in discovering the lives of the peoples that were revealed by scientific excavations.
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FREE shipping on qualifying offers. Atlas of Ancient Archaeology. This book is informative and very interesting. I chose this book to further my understanding and perspective on various elements of history and society. A very good plus copy - but has the ex-library marks.
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Flag as Inappropriate. Hawkes was the first woman to study archaeology and anthropology at Newnham College Cambridge where she graduated with first class honours. Born Jessie Jacquetta Hopkins, the daughter of Nobel Prize-winning scientist, Sir Frederick Gowland Hopkins, she married first Christopher Hawkes, then an Assistant Keeper at the British Museum, in 1933. From 1953, she was married to J. B. Priestley. See met Christopher Hawkes, her senior, on a dig during her studies, and married him when she was 22.