New Light on Human Prehistory in the Arabo-Persian Gulf Oasis

@article{Rose2010NewLO,
  title={New Light on Human Prehistory in the Arabo-Persian Gulf Oasis},
  author={Jeffrey Rose},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={2010},
  volume={51},
  pages={849 - 883}
}
  • Jeffrey Rose
  • Published 1 December 2010
  • Geography
  • Current Anthropology
The emerging picture of prehistoric Arabia suggests that early modern humans were able to survive periodic hyperarid oscillations by contracting into environmental refugia around the coastal margins of the peninsula. This paper reviews new paleoenvironmental, archaeological, and genetic evidence from the Arabian Peninsula and southern Iran to explore the possibility of a demographic refugium dubbed the “Gulf Oasis,” which is posited to have been a vitally significant zone for populations… 
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