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Anthropologist Alan Simmons of the University of Nevada has published a perspective piece in the journal Science suggesting that the Mediterranean islands were inhabited far earlier than has been thought. Rather than the first inhabitation of such islands as Cypress and Crete occurring roughly 9,000 years ago, he suggests it might have been as many as 170,000.
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