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During this attention-grabbing quantity, the center Paleolithic archaeology of the center East is delivered to the present debate at the origins of sleek people. those amassed papers assemble the main updated archaeological discoveries of Western Asia - a sector that's frequently overshadowed by way of African or eu findings - however the purely area on the earth the place either Neandertal and early sleek human fossils were came upon. the gathering contains experiences on such good identified cave websites as Kebara, Hayonim, and Qafzeh, between others. The info and interpretations to be had listed here are a needs to for any critical researcher or scholar of anthropology or human evolution.
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