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Kani Mikaiil: a seasonal cave site of the Middle Neolithic period in Kurdestan, Iran

  • Kourosh Roustaei (a1), Hassan Rezvani (a1) and Saman Heydari (a2)
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Biglarl, F., & Heydari, S.. 2001. Do-Ashkaft: a recently discovered Mousterian cave site in the Kermanshah Plain, Iran, Antiquity 75: 487–8.
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Wright, H.E., 1983. Climatic change in the Zagros Mountains - revisited, in W. Braidwood, R.J. Braidwood ei al. (ed.), Prehistoric archaeology along the Zagros Flanks: 505–10. Chicago (IL): Oriental Institute, University of Chicago.
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Antiquity
  • ISSN: 0003-598X
  • EISSN: 1745-1744
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