Dogs in Antiquity: Anubis to Cerbrus the Origins of the Domestic Dog (Egyptology)

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Synopsis: Unlike cats which have remained almost uniform in shape throughout their history, dogs have developed into a myriad of different breeds, ranging from the diminutative Chihuahua to the massive Irish Wolfhound. This book traces the origins of the domestic dog from its first beginnings as a wolf and then explores how the many varieties came about.

About the Author: Professor Douglas Brewer is Director of the Spurlock Museum of Culture and Natural History and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Illinois.

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