Des mythes préhistoriques ont-ils pu survivre au dépeuplement du Sahara? Le cas des hommes-chiens.

Julien D'Huy 1, *
Abstract : In small populations, cultural complex will tend to be lost as a result of random loss or incomplete transmission. The diminution of Saharan populations because of the increasing aridity has caused a contraction of local populations to a significantly smaller size. We will study the effect of this population bottleneck on a mythological family, to which the present-day oral traditions of Amerolqis seems to belong.


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Julien D'Huy. Des mythes préhistoriques ont-ils pu survivre au dépeuplement du Sahara? Le cas des hommes-chiens.. Les Cahiers de l'AARS, Saint-Lizier : Association des amis de l'art rupestre saharien, 2013, pp.107-112. <halshs-00932254>

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