Tuesday, April 17, 2012

The great Wet Phase of the early Holocene

Excerpts from "The Emergence of a Food-Producing Economy in the Sahara" by A. Muzzolini from The Archaeology of Africa edited by Thurston Shaw, Paul Sinclair, Bassey Andah and Alex Okpoko (Link)
"Towards 12,000 bp the rains returned and, in the period from 12,000 to 7500 bp, watercourses and lakes appeared everywhere."

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