A Preliminary Report on Pech de l’Azé IV, Layer 8 (Middle Paleolithic, France)

@article{Dibble2009APR,
  title={A Preliminary Report on Pech de l’Az{\'e} IV, Layer 8 (Middle Paleolithic, France)},
  author={H. Dibble and F. Berna and P. Goldberg and S. McPherron and S. Mentzer and L. Niven and D. Richter and D. Sandgathe and I. Th{\'e}ry-Parisot and A. Turq},
  journal={Paleoanthropology},
  year={2009},
  volume={2009},
  pages={182-219}
}
Pech de l'Aze IV (Dordogne, France) is a collapsed cave with an approximately three meter sequence of wellpreserved Mousterian assemblages. At the base of the sequence, resting on bedrock, is a ~50cm thick layer (Layer 8) of dark, primarily anthropogenic sediments that show unambiguous evidence of Neandertal use of fire dating to the time of OIS 5c. The faunal assemblage, which suggests a temperate, wooded environment, has evidence for the exploitation of some small game, and provides possible… Expand
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