Early and Middle Holocene Environments and Capsian Cultural Change: Evidence from the Télidjène Basin, Eastern Algeria

  title={Early and Middle Holocene Environments and Capsian Cultural Change: Evidence from the T{\'e}lidj{\`e}ne Basin, Eastern Algeria},
  author={M. Jackes and D. Lubell},
  journal={African Archaeological Review},
  • M. Jackes, D. Lubell
  • Published 2008
  • Geology
  • African Archaeological Review
  • Interdisciplinary investigations from 1973 to1978 at Aïn Misteheyia and Kef Zoura D, two stratified Capsian sites in the Télidjène Basin, Tebessa Wilaya, Algeria, have shown that palaeoenvironmental changes centred around the 8,200calBP event can be correlated with changes in subsistence and technology traditionally associated with the difference between Typical Capsian and Upper Capsian. We use data from geoarchaeological investigations, invertebrate and vertebrate faunal assemblages, and… CONTINUE READING
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