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Crossing the human threshold: Dynamic transformations and persistent places during the Middle Pleistocene

Crossing the human threshold: Dynamic transformations and persistent places during the Middle Pleistocene
Crossing the human threshold: Dynamic transformations and persistent places during the Middle Pleistocene
Middle Pleistocene, Archaeology, human evolution, La Cotte, Neanderthals
Routledge
Pope, Matthew
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Mcnabb, John
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Gamble, Clive
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Pope, Matthew
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Mcnabb, John
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Gamble, Clive
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Pope, Matthew, Mcnabb, John and Gamble, Clive (eds.) (2018) Crossing the human threshold: Dynamic transformations and persistent places during the Middle Pleistocene (Frames and Debates in Deep Human History), Routledge, 288pp.

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Published date: 2018
Additional Information: I was an editor on this book and contributed no original research content at all. This is an example of my management of research as I was the senior Co-I on the management of this AHRC project
Keywords: Middle Pleistocene, Archaeology, human evolution, La Cotte, Neanderthals

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URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/419999
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Date deposited: 25 Apr 2018 16:30
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 18:35

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Editor: Matthew Pope
Editor: John Mcnabb
Editor: Clive Gamble

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