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Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, ISSN 2352-409X, 04/2019, Volume 24, pp. 102 - 114
The site of Rosh Ein Mor is constantly used as a cultural marker for the presence of “Tabun D” type industries in the Negev. A re-analysis of the lithic... 
U-series dating | Rosh Ein Mor | Late Middle Paleolithic | Analysis | Rock formations (Landforms)
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Quaternary International, ISSN 1040-6182, 05/2014, Volume 331, pp. 128 - 138
The lower stratigraphic sequence (units III–VI) of the Middle Palaeolithic site of Nesher Ramla was studied using geoarchaeological methods. Field observations... 
OXYGEN | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | CARBON | FIRE | PHYTOLITH | BONES | CENTRAL NEGEV | AMUD CAVE | ROSH-EIN-MOR | EAST | Archaeology | Pseudomorphs | Combustion | Rain and rainfall | Analysis
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Quaternary International, ISSN 1040-6182, 07/2016, Volume 408, pp. 121 - 139
Nubian Levallois cores, now known from sites in eastern Africa, the Nile Valley and Arabia, have been used as a material culture marker for Upper Pleistocene... 
Middle Stone Age | Cultural interactions | Nubian technology | Levant | Dispersals | Middle Paleolithic | MODERN HUMAN COLONIZATION | OUT-OF-AFRICA | EARLY-MODERN HUMANS | ROSH-EIN-MOR | STONE-AGE | RED-SEA MOUNTAINS | HOMO-SAPIENS | GEOGRAPHY, PHYSICAL | GEOSCIENCES, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | HOMINID BURIAL SITE | EAST MEDITERRANEAN LEVANT | MODERN HUMAN-DIVERSITY | Archaeology
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L'Anthropologie, ISSN 0003-5521, 11/2015, Volume 119, Issue 5, pp. 610 - 658
Recent research reveals that the production of elongated blanks using different flaking techniques is an important part of the Early Middle Palaeolithic (EMP)... 
Early Middle Palaeolithic | Exploitation du territoire | Blade industry | Hummalien | Levallois | Industrie laminaire | Hummalian | Land-use | El-Kowm | Paléolithique moyen initial | Levant | Laminar | Early middle palaeolithic | El-kowm | QESEM CAVE | SERIES | CHRONOLOGY | ISRAEL | ROSH-EIN-MOR | BURNT FLINTS | DATES | CENTRAL NEGEV | PALEOLITHIC SITE | ANTHROPOLOGY | AGE | Archaeology | Excavations (Archaeology)
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