A chapter from a book as a pdf. It has some interesting snippets of information in it. Judging by the refernce to publications in 2003 I’d say it was fairly up to date I found some new North African rock art from Tassili in it:
The second image appears to have either freckles or acne.
He wasn’t very complementary about the possible early domestication in el Nabta propsed by Wendorf. Unfortunately I can’t cut and paste any of the text, so you’ll have to read through to find the interesting bits. It has a lot of datings for bovine and ovicaprid remains in North African sites, which is the main reason I’m interested in it.
The spread of ovicaprines in Africa
Dates of definitely domesticated cattle on North Africa.
Capeletti, Northern Algeria 6,530 BP
Fayum, Northern Egypt 6,400 BP
Merimde, Northern Egypt ,6,000 BP
Ti- Torha North, Sahara, 5970 BP
Uan Muhuggiag, Southern Libya, 6035 BP
It’s also not very complimentary about the overall dating at Uan Muhuggiag site, suggesting that a lot of it is seriously incorrect and that about 6,000 BP for sheep and goats is about as old as the site gets.