Talk:Franchthi Cave

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From Article: The cave shows occupation from the epipalaeolithic c, 10,000 BC and, following a hiatus, it was reoccupied in the Mesolithic between 7500 and 6000 BC. This is the longest recorded continuous occupation of any site in Greece by far. I removed the last sentence.

Why? The site is known for having the longest continuous occupation of any site in Greece. According to Rutter at [1] occupation is continuous from 20,000 BP. Shouldn't there also be a mention of the aceramic neolithic and the Urfirnis ware found and to the tunny bones (in connection with sea travel)? --5telios 15:38, 27 July 2006 (UTC)

I have reinstated the cut sentence and removed a dead link to indianna. --5telios 15:39, 27 July 2006 (UTC)

Dead link[edit]

Hello,

This link (university of Minesota) used as a source for almost everything is a dead link. --Cédric Boissière (talk) 16:45, 2 June 2011 (UTC)