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The cooperative French-Iranian Paleoanthropological Project (FIPP) discovered three Paleolithic localities in Central Alborz, Northern Iran during its 2005 field mission. In the northern foothills near Baliran in Mazandârân province, Garm Roud yielded an open-air site with an archaeological layer attributable to the last glacial period that dates from the(More)
A field survey allowed us to make the discovery of a series of stone tool artefacts over the basalt level of Ban Don Mun in Lampang province (Northern Thailand). This material has been studied from the technological point of view and gave us the opportunity to make the reappraisal of the series discovered by Pope in the 1980s by the same point of view.
Despite recent stone tool evidence demonstrating a much older Early Pleistocene human presence in India, the timing and geography of human demographic expansions in continental Southeast Asia remains ambiguous. The recent discovery of a series of stone artifacts spread over a basalt level at Ban Don Mun in the Lampang province of northern Thailand presents(More)
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