Fat Residue and Use-Wear Found on Acheulian Biface and Scraper Associated with Butchered Elephant Remains at the Site of Revadim, Israel

@inproceedings{Solodenko2015FatRA,
  title={Fat Residue and Use-Wear Found on Acheulian Biface and Scraper Associated with Butchered Elephant Remains at the Site of Revadim, Israel},
  author={Natalya Solodenko and Andrea Zupancich and Stella Nunziante Cesaro and Ofer Marder and Cristina Lemorini and Ran Barkai},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2015}
}
The archaeological record indicates that elephants must have played a significant role in early human diet and culture during Palaeolithic times in the Old World. However, the nature of interactions between early humans and elephants is still under discussion. Elephant remains are found in Palaeolithic sites, both open-air and cave sites, in Europe, Asia, the Levant, and Africa. In some cases elephant and mammoth remains indicate evidence for butchering and marrow extraction performed by humans… CONTINUE READING

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