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Concept-Mediated Marking in the Lower Palaeolithic
L'elucidation du contexte evolutionniste des premieres productions humaines, marquees par la resolution insuffisante des enregistrements archeologiques pour prendre en consideration les effets de laExpand
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A comprehensive review of evidence of very early palaeoart covering all continents reveals significant misconceptions in the dominant models of 'art' origins. The traditional preoccupation withExpand
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Seafaring in the Pleistocene
  • R. Bednarik
  • History
  • Cambridge Archaeological Journal
  • 1 April 2003
Archaeological data from Wallacea (Indonesia) and elsewhere are summarized to show that the history of seafaring begins in the Early Pleistocene, and that this human capability eventually led toExpand
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The Signs of All Times: Entoptic Phenomena in Upper Palaeolithic Art [and Comments and Reply]
Presentation d'un modele neuropsychologique permettant d'interpreter les signes dans l'art paleolithique comme des formes resultant de phenomenes entoptiques. Mise en parallele avec differents artsExpand
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The signs of all times : entoptic phenomena in upper paleolithic art
Use of the Aluka digital library is subject to Aluka’s Terms and Conditions, available at http://www.aluka.org/page/about/termsConditions.jsp. By using Aluka, you agree that you have read and willExpand
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Palaeoart and Archaeological Myths
This article addresses the question of human symbolic behaviour in the Lower and Middle Palaeolithic. Bednarik argues that the case against such early symbolic behaviour usually relies on untestableExpand
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A Figurine from the African Acheulian1
The Tan-Tan figurine was discovered during an archaeological survey by Lutz Fiedler, state archaeologist of Hessen, Germany (Kuckenburg 2001:136), in a fluvial terrace deposit on the north bank ofExpand
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Rock Art Science: The Scientific Study of Palaeoart
This is the first comprehensive academic textbook about the application of scientific principles and methods in the study of pre-Historic art. The volume is especially intended for use byExpand
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The veracity of the carbon isotope dating att empts relating to the rock art in Chauvet Cave is reviewed, together with the merits of their criticisms. The att ribution of the cave art to theExpand
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Australian Rock Art of the Pleistocene
The recognition of the occurrence of Pleistocene rock art in Australia is reviewed in the context of historical developments as well as recent observations. The frequency of misinterpretations ofExpand
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