New data for the Early Upper Paleolithic of Kostenki (Russia).

@article{Dinnis2019NewDF,
  title={New data for the Early Upper Paleolithic of Kostenki (Russia).},
  author={Rob Dinnis and Alexander Bessudnov and Natasha A. Reynolds and Thibaut Devi{\`e}se and Abi Pate and Mikhail V. Sablin and Andrei Sinitsyn and Thomas F.G. Higham},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2019},
  volume={127},
  pages={
          21-40
        }
}
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