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The Mousterian tradition is intimately associated with Homo sapiens
neanderthalensis in western Asia, as is seen at ... Elsewhere in eastern and
southern Asia, the chopper-chopping tool tradition persisted until the close of the
(1882–98), is the canon of traditional balladry; the tunes for which are supplied in
B.H. Bronson (ed.) ... c.J. sharp, English Folk-Song: Some Conclusions (1907);
G.H. GERould, Ballad of Tradition (1932); and M.J.C. HodgaRT, Ballads (1950).
known with certainty, but the biblical tradition of their origin in a clan that migrated
from Mesopotamia to Canaan (Palestine) early in the 2nd millennium BCE has
analogues in what is known of the movements of other groups in that area and ...
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