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Patterns of human occupation during the early Holocene in the Central Ebro Basin (NE Spain) in response to the 8.2 ka climatic event
Abstract The Central Ebro River Basin (NE Spain) is the most northern area of truly semi-arid Mediterranean climate in Europe and prehistoric human occupation there has been strongly influenced byExpand
Stable isotope ratio analysis of bone collagen as indicator of different dietary habits and environmental conditions in northeastern Iberia during the 4th and 3rd millennium cal B.C.
The Late Neolithic and Chalcolithic periods are poorly understood in northeastern Iberia. Most of the information comes from the sepulchral structures rather than habitat settlements. The high numberExpand
A palaeolithic map from 13,660 calBP: engraved stone blocks from the Late Magdalenian in Abauntz Cave (Navarra, Spain).
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An engraved block from the cave of Abauntz is interpreted as a Magdalenian map in which the actual surrounding landscape, including mountains, rivers, and ponds, is represented and could represent the plan for a coming hunt or perhaps a narrative story of one that had already happened. Expand
PATTERNS OF HUMAN OCCUPATION DURING THE EARLY HOLOCENE IN THE CENTRAL EBRO BASIN ( NE SPAIN ) : A RESPONSE TO THE 8200-YR B . P . CLIMATIC EVENT
The Central Ebro River Basin (NE Spain) is the most northern area of truly semi-arid Mediterranean climate in Europe and prehistoric human occupation has been strongly influenced by these uniqueExpand
Experimental study of the aerophone of Isturitz: Manufacture, use-wear analysis and acoustic tests
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Two experimental replicas were reproduced from the ulna of a griffon vulture each with a different way of elaborating their holes (boring and scraping) to evaluate the musical performance of the most complete Gravettian aerophone recovered at the site of Isturitz. Expand
Fuel and acorns: Early Neolithic plant use from Cueva de Chaves (NE Spain)
Abstract Cueva de Chaves is a particularly important archaeological site for the Early Neolithic of the northeast Iberian Peninsula. This study focuses on the archaeobotanical analysis of woodExpand
The Ebro Basin in NE Spain: A crossroads during the Magdalenian
This synthesis shows the transformation of an area traditionally described as a “research desert” (The Ebro Basin) into a well-known territory with more than 30 sites from the Lower to the UpperExpand
Fifty thousand years of prehistory at the cave of Abauntz (Arraitz, Navarre): A nexus point between the Ebro Valley, Aquitaine and the Cantabrian Corridor
Abstract The cave of Abauntz is, since the beginning of fieldwork in the 1970s, one of the major milestones of the Iberian prehistory. It has yielded thousands of first-level remains that belong toExpand
Applying ED-XRF and LA-ICP-MS to geochemically characterize chert. The case of the Central-Eastern Pre-Pyrenean lacustrine cherts and their presence in the Magdalenian of NE Iberia
Abstract The geochemical characterization of several lacustrine chert formations outcropping in the Central-Eastern Pre-Pyrenean area is presented. Four geological formations were considered: oneExpand
Hunting camps and nucleiform endscrapers in the Cantabrian Lower Magdalenian: A lithic microwear analysis
Abstract This paper presents a study that includes the factor analysis of some classic deposits from the Cantabrian Middle and Lower Magdalenian and the functional analysis of Rascano nucleiformExpand
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