Of Early Mediterranean Sea-Farers, Pygmy Hippo Hunters, and Early Cows: The Curious Case of the First Cypriots

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In the not too distant past, most archaeologists believed that most of the world’s islands were not inhabited until relatively recent times, after the introduction of food producing Neolithic economies.  In recent years, however, convincing evidence has emerged for far earlier Paleolithic occupations, such as on of Flores in Indonesia, home of the controversial “hobbit” […]