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Re: [ANE-2] A question regarding monkey bones

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  • Rafal Kolinski
    Yes,   some were discovered at the EJ III/IV (ca. 2500-2200 BC) site called Tell Rad Shaqrah, on Khabur River in NE Syria excavated by the Polish Mission led
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      Yes,
       
      some were discovered at the EJ III/IV (ca. 2500-2200 BC) site called Tell Rad Shaqrah, on Khabur River in NE Syria excavated by the Polish Mission led by Piotr Bielinski of the Warsaw University.  Unfortunately, the paleozoological report on the discovery has not been published yet (as well as the final report on the work terminated in 1995) but I can provide contact with the person who has identified the bones.
       
      best regards
       
      Dr. RAfal Kolinski
      Institute of Prehistory
      Adami Mickiewicz University
      Poznań, Poland


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      From: deutsch51 <deutsch51@...>
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      Sent: Saturday, 14 July 2012, 11:58
      Subject: [ANE-2] A question regarding monkey bones


       
      Dear list members

      Is anyone aware of monkey bones found in ANE excavations:
      (Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel or Iraq (Not Egypt).

      Robert Deutsch




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