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Professor Dr. Olaf Bubenzer; Geographisches Institiut (25.10.2013)

Relief and formerly modern man in North East Africa

The spread of the anatomically modern human being, who was born about
200,000 years ago, is being investigated in the current Collaborative Research Center
806 "Our Way to Europe". From the areas of origin in
eastern Africa, the path of Homo sapiens also led through northeast Africa.
Using Egypt as an example, the lecture will shed light on how the existing
Relief of possible propagation paths of modern man in the
influenced and treated with regard to pathability and water availability
thus also the fundamental question about the role of geomorphology
in the investigation of human-environment interactions.