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An ancient continuous human presence in the Balkans and the beginnings of human settlement in western Eurasia: A Lower Pleistocene example of the Lower Palaeolithic levels in Kozarnika cave (North-western Bulgaria)

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N. Sirakov
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S. Ivanova
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S. Sirakova
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Fernandez Ph
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A. Guadelli
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D. Iordanova
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N. Iordanova
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M. Kovatcheva
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I. Krumov
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J.-Cl. Leblanc
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V. Popov
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R. Spassov
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S. Taneva
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T. Tsanova
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hal-01676530 , version 1 (05-01-2018)

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Philippe Fernandez, N. Sirakov, J.-L. Guadelli, S. Ivanova, S. Sirakova, et al.. An ancient continuous human presence in the Balkans and the beginnings of human settlement in western Eurasia: A Lower Pleistocene example of the Lower Palaeolithic levels in Kozarnika cave (North-western Bulgaria). Quaternary International, 2010, 223-224, pp.94 - 106. ⟨10.1016/j.quaint.2010.02.023⟩. ⟨hal-01676530⟩
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