Applications of Evolutive Archeology: Migrations from Africa to Iberia in the Recent Prehistory

  title={Applications of Evolutive Archeology: Migrations from Africa to Iberia in the Recent Prehistory},
  author={J. L. E. Carrasco},
This work develops a hypothesis on the origin of a cultural complex which was established in the southwest quadrant of the Iberian Peninsula around the transition from the IV to III millennium BC*. The rupture observed between the cultural groups studied herein and those proceeding them in southern Iberia can also be explained by other mechanisms not migratory movements but important accelerations in the change of human behavior. In addition, the close similarities with other peri-Mediterranean… Expand
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