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Northern Sudan and Paleoanthropology: Historical Perspectives and Preliminary Results from the AMNH 2011 Survey

William Harcourt-Smith Francigny Vincent 1, 2 Alex De Voogt
2 OM-MP - Équipe Mondes pharaoniques
SU - Sorbonne Université, OM - ORIENT ET MÉDITERRANÉE : Textes, Archéologie, Histoire
Abstract : During the winter 2011 American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) interdisciplinary anthropo-logical expedition to Northern Sudan, a number of potentially fossiliferous localities were inspected between Khartoum and Karima, and surface finds were collected. Based on a first evaluation, we discuss the potential of the Sudanese territory for paleoan-thropology, and present some preliminary findings from a Pleistocene assemblage.
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William Harcourt-Smith, Francigny Vincent, Alex De Voogt. Northern Sudan and Paleoanthropology: Historical Perspectives and Preliminary Results from the AMNH 2011 Survey. Der Antike Sudan, 2012, p. 29-33. ⟨halshs-02539113⟩

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