Palaeoinformatic approach to the context of the earliest human dispersals (PACED)

Alan Turner, Laura Bishop, Sarah Elton, Angela Lamb, Hannah O'Regan, 2007

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Alan Turner, Laura Bishop, Sarah Elton, Angela Lamb, Hannah O'Regan (2007) Palaeoinformatic approach to the context of the earliest human dispersals (PACED) [data-set]. York: Archaeology Data Service [distributor] https://doi.org/10.5284/1000256

Palaeoinformatic approach to the context of the earliest human dispersals (PACED)

Location World regionContinental Europe
World regionAsia
TGNAsia, World
TGNEurope, World
Grid reference Latitude longitude
bounding box
80
-24 -168
4
Subject FISH Archaeological Objects (England)Faunal Remains
FISH Archaeological Objects (England)MAMMAL REMAINS
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsHuman beings--Migrations
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsArchaeology
Library of Congress Subject HeadingsAnimals--Dispersal
Period MIDASPrehistoric
Project dates Created From17-JAN-2007
Created To17-JAN-2007
First Released17-JAN-2007
Last Modified17-JAN-2007
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