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Middle Stone Age Populations Repeatedly Occupied West African Coast

Eurasia Review Sunday, 22 November 2020 ()
Middle Stone Age Populations Repeatedly Occupied West African CoastAlthough coastlines have widely been proposed as potential corridors of past migration, the occupation of Africa's tropical coasts during the Stone Age is poorly known, particularly in contrast to the temperate coasts of northern and southern Africa. Recent studies in eastern Africa have begun to resolve this, detailing dynamic...
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