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Upper paleolithic men around the mediterranean basin

, : Upper paleolithic men around the mediterranean basin. Anthropologie (Paris) 90(3): 579-588

Men belonging to two different races: Cromagnoid and Combecapelloid, inhabit the countries all around the Mediterranean Basin at Upper Palaeolithic. The Combecapelloids, native from the Near East, have evolved on the field from Middle Palaeolithic archaic Homo sapiens. The Cromagnoids, native from Western Europe, have Aterian ancestors who, coming from Maghreb, arrived in Europe at Wurm II. At the following glaciation, some of them, Italian Epigravettians, landed in Tunisia, expanding the Iberomaurusian culture in Maghreb.

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