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Biostratigraphic and aminostratigraphic constraints on the age of the Middle Pleistocene glacial succession in north Norfolk, UK
Considerable debate surrounds the age of the Middle Pleistocene glacial succession in East Anglia following some recent stratigraphical reinterpretations. Resolution of the stratigraphy here isExpand
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Pronounced warmth during early Middle Pleistocene interglacials: Investigating the Mid-Brunhes Event in the British terrestrial sequence
The Mid-Brunhes Event (MBE) is a climatic transition occurring between MIS 13 and 11 that separates two climatic modes: (1) early Middle Pleistocene interglacials (780–450 ka) that are characterisedExpand
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Quantitative micromorphological analyses of cut marks produced by ancient and modern handaxes
In this study, we analyse the three-dimensional micromorphology of cut marks on fossil mammal remains from a ∼0.5 million year old Acheulean butchery site at Boxgrove (West Sussex, southern England),Expand
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The Early and early Middle Pleistocene context of human occupation and lowland glaciation in Britain and northern Europe
Abstract This paper reviews the stratigraphical and environmental contexts of early human occupation and lowland glaciation in Britain and northern Europe. It highlights the fragmentary nature ofExpand
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Micromammals from the 1995 Mammoth Excavation at West Runton, Norfolk, UK: Morphometric data, biostratigraphy and taxonomic reappraisal
Abstract In this paper, the small mammals recovered from sediments associated with the West Runton Elephant have been analysed and compared with sites in other parts of Europe. Major taxonomicalExpand
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Late persistence of the Acheulian in southern Britain in an MIS 8 interstadial: evidence from Harnham, Wiltshire
This paper presents evidence of the discovery of a new Middle Pleistocene site in central southern England, with undisturbed evidence of hominin occupation well-dated to an interstadial towards theExpand
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Comment on the correlation between magnetostratigraphy and the evolution of Microtus (Arvicolidae, Rodentia, Mammalia) during the Early and early Middle Pleistocene
Voles of the genus Microtus underwent a rapid diversification during the Early and early Middle Pleistocene in Europe and have provided the basis for detailed stratigraphical subdivision during thisExpand
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Terrestrial environments during MIS 11: evidence from the Palaeolithic site at West Stow, Suffolk, UK
Abstract Multidisciplinary investigations of the sequence at Beeches Pit, West Stow (Suffolk, UK), have a direct bearing the age of the Hoxnian Interglacial and its correlation with the continentalExpand
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Investigating experimental knapping damage on an antler hammer: a pilot-study using high-resolution imaging and analytical techniques
Organic (bone, antler, wood) knapping tools were undoubtedly a component of early human tool kits since the Lower Palaeolithic. Previous studies have identified pitting and the occasional presence ofExpand
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Metric analysis of ungulate mammals in the early Middle Pleistocene of Britain, in relation to taxonomy and biostratigraphy: I: Rhinocerotidae and Bovidae
The taxonomy and biostratigraphic significance of horses (Equus), deer (Capreolus, Dama, Cervus, Cervalces, Praemegaceros, Megaloceros) and pigs (Sus) from key British early Middle Pleistocene sitesExpand
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