Late Pleistocene–Early Holocene Maghreb
The Late Pleistocene–Early Holocene Maghreb people were nomadic or semi-nomadic hunter-gatherers. Their settlements varied considerably in size. Caves, rock shelters and open-air locales were all used as living spaces. The tradition dates from more than 20,000 to 7500 BP (more than 18,000 - 5500 BC) and is located on the Mediterranean coast of northern Africa.
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Africa --Northern Africa
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