IN these two volumes the authors of the “Corridors of Time” pass definitely to that phase of archaeological studies in which the comparative method on broad lines must at the very least take equal place with the intensive study of local conditions.
The Corridors of Time.
By Harold Peake Herbert John Fleure. Vol. 5: The Steppe and the Sown. Pp. 160. Vol. 6: The Way of the Sea. Pp.viii + 168. (Oxford: Clarendon Press; London: Oxford University Press, 1929.) 5s. net each.