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The shells from the Epipaleolithic site of Givat Hayil 35, western Negev, Israel
Mienis, H.K. (2014). The shells from the Epipaleolithic site of Givat Hayil 35, western Negev, Israel. The Arch. Malac. Group newsl. 24: 26-27
In: The Archaeo + Malacology Group Newsletter. ICAZ Archaeomalacology Working Group: Oxford. ISSN 2055-7604, more

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Keywords
    Marine; Fresh water

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  • Mienis, H.K.

Abstract
    The shells found at the Epipaleolithic site of Givat Hayil 35 consisted of two groups: local land snails (161 out of a total of 183) and marine shells from the Mediterranean Sea (the remaining 22 shells). Only the marine shells were exploited by the inhabitants of the site as shell beads.

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