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Isotopic evidence for diet and subsistence pattern of the Saint-Césaire I Neanderthal: review and use of a multi-source mixing model.
The Excavations in Kebara Cave, Mt. Carmel [and Comments and Replies]
Resultats des fouilles recentes (1982-90) sur le site du Paleolithique moyen de Kebara, Israel. Synthese de la stratigraphie complexe du site et datation. Description des structures spatiales de…
Radiocarbon dates from the Grotte du Renne and Saint-Césaire support a Neandertal origin for the Châtelperronian
- J. Hublin, S. Talamo, M. Richards
- Geography, Environmental ScienceProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences
- 29 October 2012
A series of accelerator mass spectrometry radiocarbon dates on ultrafiltered bone collagen extracted from 40 well-preserved bone fragments from the late Mousterian, CP, and Protoaurignacian layers at the Grotte du Renne site establish that the production of body ornaments in the CP postdates the arrival of modern humans in neighboring regions of Europe.
Thermoluminescence dating of Mousterian Troto-Cro-Magnon' remains from Israel and the origin of modern man
- H. Valladas, J. Reyss, J. Joron, G. Valladas, O. Bar‐Yosef, B. Vandermeersch
- Environmental Science, GeographyNature
- 18 February 1988
The Qafzeh1 and Skhul2,3 caves in Israel have yielded the remains of over 30 hominids. Despite their association with Mousterian deposits, these have been recognized as forerunners of other Homo…
Shells and ochre in Middle Paleolithic Qafzeh Cave, Israel: indications for modern behavior.
The postcranial remains of the Régourdou 1 Neandertal: the shoulder and arm remains
Abstract The Regourdou 1 partial skeleton, of a young adult of indeterminate sex from the initial last glacial of southwestern France, preserves both clavicles, humeri, radii and ulnae, with these…
Thermoluminescence Date for the Mousterian Burial Site of Es-Skhul, Mt. Carmel
Abstract In the 1930s, the skeletal remains of at least 10 hominids were uncovered in the cave of es-Skhul (Mt. Carmel, Israel). Thermoluminescence (TL) dates have been obtained on six burnt flints…
Isotopic biogeochemistry (13C,15N) of fossil vertebrate collagen: application to the study of a past food web including Neandertal man
Thermoluminescence dates for the Neanderthal burial site at Kebara in Israel
The origins of modern man are a subject of controversy among palaeoanthropologists concerned with human evolution1–3. Particularly heavily debated is the dating of hominid remains uncovered in…
A Middle Palaeolithic human hyoid bone
- B. Arensburg, A. Tillier, B. Vandermeersch, H. Duday, L. Schepartz, Y. Rak
- Geography, Environmental ScienceNature
- 27 April 1989
The discovery of a well-preserved human hyoid bone from Middle Palaeolithic layers of Kebara Cave, Mount Carmel, Israel, dating from about 60,000 years BP concludes that the morphological basis for human speech capability appears to have been fully developed during the MiddlePalaeolithic.