analytical guide to the bibliographies on modern Egypt & the Sudan. by Charles L. Geddes

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[Denver, American Institute of Islamic Studies, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors /. "A middle palaeolithic burial of a modern human at Taramsa Hill, Egypt", Antiqu (): Link to PDF file Vermeersch, Pierre, Marinova, Elena and Linseele, Veerle, "Holocene environment and subsistence patterns near the Tree Shelter, Red Sea Mountains, Egypt", Quaternary research: 70, 3 (): Bibliography.

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