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[NOTICE TEST] Before food production in North Africa : questions and tools dealing with resource exploitation and population dynamics at 12,000-7,000 bp / edited by Savino di Lernia and Giorgio Manzi.

Auteur(s) : Di Lernia, Savino.
Manzi, Giorgio.Centro interuniversitario di ricerca sulle civiltà e l'ambiente del Sahara antico e delle zone aride. ; International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences 1996 : Forlì, Italy)
Description matérielle : 177 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.Publication : [Forlì, Italy] : A.B.A.C.O. Edizioni, 1998.Cote : TESTNote : Includes bibliographical references. 
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Before food production in North Africa : an introductory glimpse into the issue / Savino di Lernia and Giorgio Manzi -- Intensification and transformation processes towards food production in Africa / Andrew B. Smith -- Paleobiological markers of transitional processes in human populations / Silvana M. Borgognini Tarli and Giorgio Manzi -- Holocene climatic change and riverine dynamics in Nile Valley / Fekri A. Hassan -- Geological evidence for Late Pleistocene and Holocene environmental changes in south-western Fezzan, central Sahara, Libya / Mauro Cremaschi -- The use of plants during the Early Holocene in the Egyptian Sahara / Fred Wendorf ... [et al.] -- Economic strategy based on food-plants in the Early Holocene central Sudan / Anwar A. Magid and Isabella Caneva -- Early Holocene plant remains from Uan Afuda cave, Tadrart Acacus, Libyan Sahara / Lanfredo Castelletii, Michela Cottini and Mauro Rottoli.

Fishing along the Nile / Pierre M. Vermeersch -- Cultural control over wild animals during the Early Holocene / Savino di Lernia -- Adaptive variability in the eastern Sahara during the Early Holocene / Mary A. McDonald -- Men and climates in the western Sahara at the Pleistocene-Holocene transition / Olivier Dutour -- Indications on the economic strategies in the central-Saharan rock art / Umberto Sansoni -- Before food production in North Africa : overview and discussion / John Desmond Clark.

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