Djara. Zur mittelholozänen Besiedlungsgeschichte zwischen Niltal und Oasen (Abu-Muharik-Plateau, Ägypten). By K. Kindermann. Africa Praehistorica 23. Heinrich-Barth-Institut, Köln, 2010, 2 volumes, 858 pp. ISBN 9783-927688-35-3. 98.00 (Hardback). This title is number 23 of the series "Africa Praehistorica, Monographs on African Archaeology and Environment", edited by Rudolph Kuper. The different volumes of this series are the result of the important interdisciplinary studies devoted to a North-South transect of Africa in search of prehistoric humans and their environment. This title comprises two volumes. Volume 1 and two papers of volume 2 are written in German. Three papers of volume 2 are in English. Most parts have an extended summary in English, French and Arabic. All figures have an English legend. The PhD thesis of Karin Kindermann at the University of Cologne in 2006 is the main contribution and subject of volume 1 (538 pages). It presents the final results of important field research with an outstanding documentation of the archaeological material, and an accurate and in-depth analysis of the lithic technology with 322 figures, being black and white pictures or drawings, and 122 tables. This volume is subdivided in two main parts: a cultural history part with an interpretation of
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