Actual Archaeology: ANIMALS by Murat NAGISActual Archaeology: ANIMALS by Murat NAGIS

Actual Archaeology: ANIMALS

byMurat NAGIS, Ayse TATAR

Paperback | May 24, 2016

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 Even if human beings accept that they themselves built civilization, animals, which are the most important supporters of humans, lost their liberty and became the captives of humans.

Actual Archaeology Magazine takes readers on a historic journey of unlimited
adventure. This time, the oldest friends of humans are being discussed: animals, from
liberty to captivity!
• How did this adventure, which started approximately 15 thousand years ago with the
domestication of the dog during the Neolithic Period, continue?
• What was the place of goats, sheep, cattle, pigs, winged animals, cats and horses in
human life and what happened over time?
• How did animals which were feared at the beginning because of their powerful and
predatory nature change to become powerful gods hiding within animals’ physical
bodies and the best friends of man?
• Is the relationship which emerged and developed between humans and dogs the
result of dogs’ will or is it the result of humans’ effort?
• What was the foundation of the kind of close relationship which allowed humans and
animals to be put in the same grave?
• How did animals which humans had considered as frightening beings gain sympathy
as living beings?
• Why did the Code of Hammurabi, which was enacted during the period of King
Hammurabi, impose the world’s first written provisions towards the protection of
animal rights?
• Did domesticated animals lose their charms over time?

Title:Actual Archaeology: ANIMALSFormat:PaperbackProduct dimensions:94 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.19 inShipping dimensions:11 × 8.5 × 0.19 inPublished:May 24, 2016Publisher:Fatih OncuLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:6056388050

ISBN - 13:9786056388057

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