New York University - Department of Anthropology

For a paleoanthropological/paleolithic survey of the Aliakmon river in North-Central Greece. The  project surveys the river terraces of Aliakmon, a region that has previously yielded important rare stone tools from the Lower Paleolithic. The research team is documenting and dating the presence of humans from both their cultural remains and from modified animal bones and human fossils.
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