Prehistoric Timbuktu and its hinterland

@article{Park2010PrehistoricTA,
  title={Prehistoric Timbuktu and its hinterland},
  author={D. P. Park},
  journal={Antiquity},
  year={2010},
  volume={84},
  pages={1076 - 1088}
}
Timbuktu, an iconic destination for medieval caravans crossing the Sahara, has a prehistoric phase, here before AD 1000, which shows varying urban traits. The author's new project examines the context of Timbuktu's prehistoric urbanism by mapping the settlement patterns in its hinterland, and seeks to understand the social impacts of the Sahara's changing climate. 
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