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Figure 1 - “ New Kids on the Block? ” Reappraising Pottery Styles, aDNA, and Chronology from Western Iberia Early Neolithic

Figure 1: Near East and Neolithic Europe map. Coloured areas represent different Neolithic cultures, and black solid lines represent the areas where cultural and chronological recomposition occurs, according to Guilaine (2001). The original map was modified to include the Mediterranean/Atlantic transition around the Strait of Gibraltar -dotted line. This last Western recomposition does not correspond to a chronological gap between Iberia Mediterranean/Atlantic façades, as documented in other European areas.
Near East and Neolithic Europe map. Coloured areas represent different Neolithic cultures, and black solid lines represent the areas where cultural and chronological recomposition occurs, according to Guilaine (2001). The original map was modified to include the Mediterranean/Atlantic transition around the Strait of Gibraltar -dotted line. This last Western recomposition does not correspond to a chronological gap between Iberia Mediterranean/Atlantic façades, as documented in other European areas.
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