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Middle Egypt in prehistory: A search for the origins of modern human behavior and human dispersal

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Olszewski, D. I., McPherron, S. P., Dibble, H., & Soressi, M. (2001). Middle Egypt in prehistory: A search for the origins of modern human behavior and human dispersal. Expedition, 43(2).


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-002C-8BEB-F
Abstract
Focuses on the evolution of human behavior and dispersal in Egypt. Examination on the genetic relationship of groups of people living in the area; Importance of the study of stone artifacts the explain the origins of human behavior; Assumption on the routes taken by humans to disperse in the area.