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Simon J. Holdaway & Willeke Wendrich (ed.). The Desert Fayum reinvestigated—the Early to Mid-Holocene landscape archaeology of the Fayum north shore, Egypt (Monumenta Archaeologica 39). Los Angeles (CA): UCLA Cotsen Institute of Archaeology; 978-938770-09-8 hardback $98.

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