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Jebel Moya revisited: a settlement of the 5th millennium BC in the middle Nile Basin

  • Isabella Caneva (a1)

A new look at the old collections from Jebel Moya, the site in the southern Sudan excavated by the Wellcome expedition early in the century, sets Jebel Moya in the light of modern understanding of the Nile and Sahara sequences.

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