FROM THE CAVE TO THE CITY by Patrick Lynch

FROM THE CAVE TO THE CITY

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The momentum of the initial discovery that food could be planted and harvested, clothes made, and fire evoked at will, must stagger the imagination of the thoughtful. Yet these discoveries, so much taken for granted by the modern man, are at the base of his civilization. In this text, the author ranges from the advent of man to early Egypt. He scans the various primary aspects of social, economic, political, physical, and religious life showing the will which was required of early man in order to lay a groundwork for our contemporary life.

Pub Date: April 7th, 1960
Publisher: St. Martin's Press