The Idea of Prehistory is a seminal work of archaeology and anthropology by the British scholar Glyn Daniel. First published in 1962, this book offers a critical analysis of the development of the concept of prehistory and its intellectual roots in the Enlightenment and Romantic movements. Daniel's influential ideas continue to shape the study of prehistory today.
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