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English: To give reference to G. Elliot Smith theory of hyperdiffusionism from Egypt
Source Original publication: 1929
Immediate source: Grafton Elliot Smith, The Migrations of Early Culture, Manchester University Press, 1929, pp. 14
Author Grafton Elliot Smith
(Life time: 15 August 1871 – 1 January 1937)
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First published under the title of "On the Significance of the Georgraphical Distribution of the Practice of Mummification.--A Study of the Migration of Peoples and the Spread of certain Customs and Beliefs" in Memories and Proceedings of the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society, Vol 59, part 2, 1915

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