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Humans, Environment and Chronology of the Late Glacial of the North European Plain Proceedings of Workshop 14 (Commission XXXII) of the 15th U.I.S.P.P. Congress, Lisbon, September 2006.

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Edited By: M Street, N Barton and T Terberger
208 pages, 65 b/w & 4 col illus
Humans, Environment and Chronology of the Late Glacial of the North European Plain
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This volume assembles papers presented during a workshop for the 15th Congress of the Union International des Sciences Prehistoriques et Protohistoriques held in Lisbon in September 2006. The workshop was organised under the remit of U.I.S.P.P. Commission XXXII, which focuses on the "The Final Palaeolithic of the Great European Plain". This most recent contribution underlines the geographical spread and chronological depth of research into this topic, with papers ranging from those in the British Isles to the eastern Baltic and from the Paris Basin to southern Scandinavia, and covering a period of time extending from the late Magdalenian to the early Mesolithic.

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Edited By: M Street, N Barton and T Terberger
208 pages, 65 b/w & 4 col illus
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