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By: P Jeffrey Brantingham, Steven L Kuhn and Kristopher W Kerry
384 pages, 73 line illus, 26 tabs
Brings together prominent archaeologists working in areas outside Western Europe to discuss the most recent evidence for the origins of the early Upper Paleolithic and its relationship to the origin of modern humans. With a wealth of primary data from archaeological sites and regions that have never before been published and discussions of materials from difficult-to-find sources, the collection urges readers to reconsider the process of modern human behavioral origins.
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