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Early-to-mid Pleistocene Tectonic Transition Across the Eastern Mediterranean Influences the Course of Human History

By Uri Schattner

Submitted: November 6th 2010Reviewed: June 9th 2011Published: August 9th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/20123

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