Gregory J. Wightman explores the significance of goal-directed action and the rise of material culture in this intricate, evidence-based examination of religion's earliest origins.
Gregory J. Wightman is an Australian archaeologist who specializes in the cognitive archaeology of religion and ritual. His publications include Sacred Spaces: Religious Architecture in the Ancient World and The Walls of Jerusalem: From the Canaanites to the Mamluks.
Gregory J. Wightman
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2 Maps; 3 Halftones, black and white; 7 Illustrations, black and white