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Connecting Early Neolithic worlds: excavating Mala (Nova) Pećina in Dalmatian Zagora, Croatia

  • Konstantinos P. Trimmis (a1) and Ivan Drnić (a2)
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Recent excavations at Mala Pećina Cave in Croatia have provided new evidence for social and cultural interaction between mobile groups during the Balkan Early Neolithic.

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