Book Reviews and End Matter
Personal Ornaments in Prehistory: An Exploration of Body Augmentation from the Palaeolithic to the Early Bronze Age, by Emma L. Baysal, reviewed by Joanna Then-Obłuska. Journal: Borneo International Beads Conference 2019, by Heidi Munan and Anita MacGillivray (eds.), reviewed by Dr. Barbara Leigh. Gifts of Sun and Stars. Souvenirs of the North American Northeast: Essays in Tribute to Michael G. Johnson, by Richard Green, reviewed by Dr. Eleanor Houghton. Oneida Glass Trade Bead Chronology, by Douglas Clark, reviewed by James W. Bradley.
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