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Human populations and cultural adaptations in the Sahara and Nile during prehistoric times



Human populations and cultural adaptations in the Sahara and Nile during prehistoric times



The Nile and the Sahara M A J Williams and H Faure, Editors: 527-582



During the Palaeolithic, the Mousterian of the Maghreb, Cyrenaica, the eastern Sahara and the Nile Valley show considerable stylistic variation between different tool kits. At the same time they exhibit broad general affinities and give the first indication of movement from western North Africa to the Nile or vice versa.

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