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Wallertheim revisited: A re-analysis of the fauna from the middle palaeolithic site of Wallertheim (Rheinhessen/Germany)
Abstract The Middle Palaeolithic open site of Wallertheim was excavated in 1927 and 1928. It has since become relatively well-known due to the rich faunal remains and the stone artefacts present inExpand
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On Bovid Assemblages and their Consequences for the Knowledge of Subsistence Patterns in the Middle Palaeolithic.
A comparative study of four Late Pleistocene sites - Il'skaja (Russia), La Borde and Mauran (France), and Wallertheim (Germany) - was undertaken. The sites are considered to be kill and/or habitationExpand
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Adults only. Reindeer hunting at the middle palaeolithic site salzgitter lebenstedt, northern Germany.
The Middle Palaeolithic site Salzgitter Lebenstedt (northern Germany), excavated in 1952, is well known because of its well-preserved faunal remains, dominated by adult reindeer (Rangifer tarandus).Expand
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A matter of high resolution? The Eemian Interglacial (OIS 5e) in north-central Europe and Middle Palaeolithic subsistence
The Eemian Interglacial in north-central Europe describes a phase of ca. 10,000–11,000 years for which detailed palaeoenvironmental reconstruction is available. Hominid subsistence during this periodExpand
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The use of Proboscidean remains in every-day Palaeolithic life
Abstract This paper presents an overview of the use of Proboscidean remains in every day Palaeolithic life, in an attempt to illuminate some aspects of the relationship between Proboscideans andExpand
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The Role of Early Humans in the Accumulation of European Lower and Middle Palaeolithic Bone Assemblages
Resume des themes et problemes abordes lors du colloque organise a la fin du mois de mai 1995 a Schloss Monrepos, Neuwied (Allemagne), sur l'interpretation archeologique des etudes taphonomiquesExpand
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Subsistence patterns of Early Pleistocene hominids in the Levant—taphonomic evidence from the 'Ubeidiya Formation (Israel)
Abstract This paper reports the results of a taphonomic analysis of 17 faunal assemblages from archaeological horizons of the Early Pleistocene 'Ubeidiya Formation (Israel), focussing in particularExpand
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The blessing of a great flood: differentiation of mortality patterns in the large mammal record of the Lower Pleistocene fluvial site of Untermassfeld (Germany) and its relevance for the
The site of Untermassfeld (Germany) documents flood catastrophes of the Werra River ca. 1 Myr years ago. Although all vertebrate individuals of an equivalent thanatocoenosis in principle underwentExpand
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Middle Palaeolithic Bone Tools from the Open-Air Site Salzgitter-Lebenstedt (Germany)
Abstract At the Middle Palaeolithic site of Salzgitter-Lebenstedt (Germany) an assemblage of bone tools (N=28) made ofMammuthus primigeniusribs and fibulae was reanalysed. The tools are describedExpand
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