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Hunters of the Golden Age: The Mid-Upper Palaeolithic or Eurasia 30,000- 20,000 BP

Edited By: M Mussi
410 pages, B/w illus, figs, tabs, maps
Hunters of the Golden Age: The Mid-Upper Palaeolithic or Eurasia 30,000- 20,000 BP
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Deals with the various facets of the complex record of the Mid Upper Palaeolithic. Contributions on ecology, dating and physical anthropology preceed a large number of papers dealing with archaeological issues, organised into a topical and a regional presentation of data.

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Edited By: M Mussi
410 pages, B/w illus, figs, tabs, maps
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