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Resilience at the Transition to Agriculture: The Long-Term Landscape and Resource Development at the Aceramic Neolithic Tell Site of Chogha Golan (Iran)
The evidence for the slow development from gathering and cultivation of wild species to the use of domesticates in the Near East, deriving from a number of Epipalaeolithic and aceramic NeolithicExpand
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Excavations at Schöningen and paradigm shifts in human evolution.
The exceptional preservation at Schöningen together with a mixture of perseverance, hard work, and sheer luck led to the recovery of unique finds in an exceptional context. The 1995 discovery ofExpand
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The European saber-toothed cat (Homotherium latidens) found in the "Spear Horizon" at Schöningen (Germany).
The 300,000 year old Lower Paleolithic site Schöningen 13 II-4 became world famous with the discovery of the oldest well-preserved and complete wooden spears. Through ongoing excavations, newExpand
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Intensification of small game resources at Klissoura Cave 1 (Peloponnese, Greece) from the Middle Paleolithic to Mesolithic
Abstract In many parts of the Mediterranean Basin, resource intensification occurred across the Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition, and again before the beginning of the Mesolithic. Central toExpand
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Terminal Pleistocene subsistence strategies and aquatic resource use in southern Greece
In many parts of the Mediterranean Basin, the Late Glacial was a dramatic time in terms of demographic, cultural, and technological change. One region that illustrates this especially well isExpand
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Dietary changes during the Upper Palaeolithic at Klissoura Cave 1 (Prosymni), Peloponnese, Greece
Faunal evidence from Klissoura Cave 1 (Prosymni) in Peloponnese, Greece, indicates that dietary shifts occurred during the Upper Palaeolithic to accommodate increased human hunting pressures as wellExpand
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DATING GODS: RADIOCARBON DATES FROM THE SANCTUARY OF ZEUS ON MT. LYKAION (ARCADIA, GREECE)
This paper reports the results of the application of a calcined bone dating protocol to samples collected from the Sanctuary of Zeus on Mt. Lykaion in southern Greece. The site is a mountaintop ashExpand
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Bone taphonomy of the Schöningen "Spear Horizon South" and its implications for site formation and hominin meat provisioning.
This paper presents the faunal remains from the new excavation area at the Lower Paleolithic site of Schöningen. The focus of the study is on the southern extension of the main find horizon (SpearExpand
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Hallan Çemi Tepesi: High-ranked Game Exploitation alongside Intensive Seed Processing at the Epipaleolithic-Neolithic Transition in Southeastern Turkey
Starkovich B.M. & Stiner M.C. 2009. — Hallan Cemi Tepesi: High-ranked Game Exploitation alongside Intensive Seed Processing at the Epipaleolithic-Neolithic Transition in Southeastern Turkey.Expand
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