Grave Shortcomings: The Evidence for Neandertal Burial [and Comments and Reply]

@article{Gargett1989GraveST,
  title={Grave Shortcomings: The Evidence for Neandertal Burial [and Comments and Reply]},
  author={R. Gargett and H. Bricker and G. Clark and J. Lindly and Catherine Farizy and C. Masset and D. Frayer and Anta Montet-White and C. Gamble and Antonio Gilman and A. Leroi-Gourhan and P. Ossa and E. Trinkaus and A. Weber},
  journal={Current Anthropology},
  year={1989},
  volume={30},
  pages={157 - 190}
}
Evidence for purposeful disposal of the dead and other inferences of ritual behavior in the Middle Paleolithic are examined geoarchaeologically. Cave geomorphology, sedimentology, and taphonomy form the basis for a reexamination of the Neandertal discoveries most often cited in this connection: La Chapelle-auxSaints, Le Moustier, La Ferrassie, Teshik-Tash, Regourdou, and Shanidar. Logical incongruencies are identified between the published observations and the conclusion that Neandertals were… Expand
Middle Palaeolithic burial is not a dead issue: the view from Qafzeh, Saint-Césaire, Kebara, Amud, and Dederiyeh.
  • R. Gargett
  • Geology, Medicine
  • Journal of human evolution
  • 1999
Issues of theory and method in the analysis of Paleolithic mortuary behavior: A view from Shanidar Cave
Cannibalism in prehistoric Europe
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