The Fauna from the Terminal Pleistocene of Palegawra Cave: A Zarzian occupation site in northeastern Iraq
By Turnball, Pricilla and Reed, Charles
Pp. 146; 10 plates (maps and black-and-white photos). Original printed wrappers, lg 8vo. From: Fieldiana Anthropology volume 63, no. 3. Palegawra Cave has been an emblematic site of the Epipalaeolithic (Zarzian) cultural horizon in the NW Zagros of Southwest Asia ever since its first exploration in 1951 by Bruce Howe and Robert Braidwood in the context of the Iraq-Jarmo project. This monograph presents the fauna excavated from Palegawra Cave. No ownership marks and no signs of use.
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|Condition Description||A fine (as new) copy.|