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Capsian of North Africa

stylistic variation in stone tool assemblages
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Capsian culture., Stone implements -- Africa, North., Stone implements -- Africa, North -- Analysis., Africa, North -- Antiqui

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Africa, North, Africa, N

StatementPeter J. Sheppard.
SeriesBAR international series ;, 353
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LC ClassificationsGN772.4.C3 S54 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationxvi, 296 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2470559M
ISBN 100860544567
LC Control Number87182117
OCLC/WorldCa16707517

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The genetic history of North Africa has been heavily influenced by geography. The Sahara desert to the south and the Mediterranean Sea to the North were important barriers to gene flow in prehistoric times. However, Africa is connected to Western Asia via the Isthmus of Suez, while at the Straits of Gibraltar North Africa and Europe are separated by only 15 km.

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noun. Archaeology. the CapsianThe period of a Palaeolithic culture of North Africa and southern Europe, dated to c– BC. ‘the late Palaeolithic period of Europe has been linked with the Capsian’.

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Its most characteristic sites are in the area of the great salt lakes of southern Tunisia, the type site being Jabal al-Maqtaʿ (El-Mekta), near Gafsa (Capsa, or Qafṣah).

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After a general introduction and explanation of the events on a region-wide basis, it turns to examine aspects of each of the countries by: 8. The Capsian culture was a Mesolithic and Neolithic culture centered in the Maghreb that lasted from about 8, to 2, BC. It was named after the town of Gafsa in Tunisia, which was known as Capsa in Roman times.

The Capsian industry was concentrated mainly in modern Tunisia and Algeria, with some lithic sites attested from southern Spain to Sicily.

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It is also a transitional boundary between the dry and arid type B climates and the more tropical type A climates of Equatorial Africa. The poor establishment of the term East African Capsian from Leakey’s ultimate dedicated publication on the topic (Leakey ), and the success of Cole’s article (and later book) promoting the use of the term Kenya Capsian, resulted in a sweep of the earlier terminology and the loss of recognition in the nomenclature that the Capsian Cited by: 6.

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When dealing with cultural evolution in North Africa, one of the most intriguing evolutions is that of the Capsian culture. This culture replaced the Ibero-Maurusian culture that apparently was part of the Iberian refuge during the last glacial maximum.

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