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Climatic changes and social transformations in the Near East and North Africa during the ‘long’4th millennium BC: A comparative study of environmental and archaeological evidence
J Clarke, N Brooks, EB Banning, M Bar-Matthews, S Campbell, L Clare, ...
Quaternary Science Reviews 136, 96-121, 2016
Inside the “African cattle complex”: Animal burials in the Holocene central Sahara
S Di Lernia, MA Tafuri, M Gallinaro, F Alhaique, M Balasse, L Cavorsi, ...
PLoS One 8 (2), 2013
The date and context of Neolithic rock art in the Sahara: engravings and ceremonial monuments from Messak Settafet (south-west Libya)
S Di Lernia, M Gallinaro
Antiquity 84 (326), 954-975, 2010
The iceman as a burial
A Vanzetti, M Vidale, M Gallinaro, DW Frayer, L Bondioli
Antiquity 84 (325), 681-692, 2010
Plant behaviour from human imprints and the cultivation of wild cereals in Holocene Sahara
AM Mercuri, R Fornaciari, M Gallinaro, S Vanin, S Di Lernia
Nature Plants 4 (2), 71-81, 2018
Working in a UNESCO WH site. Problems and practices on the rock art of Tadrart Akakus (SW Libya, Central Sahara)
S Di Lernia, M Gallinaro
Journal of African Archaeology 9 (2), 159-175, 2011
The ‘Messak Project’: Archaeological research for cultural heritage management in SW Libya
S Biagetti, E Cancellieri, M Cremaschi, C Gauthier, Y Gauthier, A Zerboni, ...
Journal of African Archaeology 11 (1), 55-74, 2013
Saharan rock art: local dynamics and wider perspectives
M Gallinaro
Arts 2 (4), 350-382, 2013
Colour in context. Pigments and other coloured residues from the Early-Middle Holocene site of Takarkori (SW Libya)
S Di Lernia, S Bruni, I Cislaghi, M Cremaschi, M Gallinaro, V Gugliemi, ...
Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences 8 (2), 381-402, 2016
The Messak project. Cultural and natural preservation and sustainable tourism (south-western Libya)
M Gallinaro, C Gauthier, Y Gauthier, JL Le Quellec, S Abdel Aziz, ...
Antiquity 86, 331, 2012
Sheikh / Bir El Obeiyid: Evidence of Sedentism in the Northern Farafra Depression (Western Desert, Egypt)
BE Barich, G Lucarini, M Gallinaro, M Hamdan
Prehistory of Northeastern Africa New Ideas and Discoveries, 255-278, 2012
UNESCO World heritage site vandalised. Report on damages to Akakus rock art (SW Libya)
S Di Lernia, M Gallinaro, A Zerboni
Sahara 21, 59-76, 2010
Libya Before and After the Conflict: What Future for Its Cultural Heritage?
S Di Lernia, M Gallinaro
Archaeological Dimension of World Heritage, 73-87, 2014
Il nomadismo pastorale nel Deserto Occidentale Egiziano durante l'Olocene: il ruolo rivestito dagli Steinplatz nei modelli di occupazione del territorio [Nomadic pastoralism in …
M Gallinaro
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 44 (1), 159-160, 2009
Ancestral mitochondrial N lineage from the Neolithic ‘green’Sahara
S Vai, S Sarno, M Lari, D Luiselli, G Manzi, M Gallinaro, S Mataich, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
’Siala, I
M Gallinaro, C Gauthier, Y Gauthier, JL Le Quellec, S Abdel Aziz, ...
Monaco, A., Vanzetti, A., Zerboni, A., & di Lernia, S, 2012
The role of mobility in Saharan archaeological research (1960-present)
M Gallinaro, S Biagetti
Azania: Archaeological Research in Africa 51 (4), 435-452, 2016
Rock art landscape of the central Saharan massifs: a contextual analysis of Round Heads style
M Gallinaro
Proceedings of the International Colloquium, Rock art of Africa Paris 15, 16, 2014
The rock art of the Acacus Mountains (SW Libya), between originals and copies
S DI LERNIA, M Gallinaro
Sahara 20, 13-30, 2009
Dalle riproduzioni ai contesti: l’arte dell’Acacus, rivisitata.
M Gallinaro, D Zampetti, S di Lernia
Memoria dell’arte.- Le pitture rupestri dell’Acacus, tra passato e futuro …, 2008
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