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Description map of Europe 20,000 years ago.
Date 25 Februare 2007
Source made by me from Image:BlankMap-Europe-v3.png, which is GFDL v1.2, outline of ancient coast and extent of ice added by me from information from "After the Ice: A Global History" by Steve Mithen. Information about human refugia from "Origins of the British" by Stephen Oppenheimer and "Out of Eden by Stephen Oppenheimer. These were sketched in by me from information supplied by these books. Coloured areas are the furthest extent of the cultures between 15 kya and 20 kya.
   Solutrean and Proto Solutrean Cultures; Franco-Cantabrian region
   Epi Gravettian Culture
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