Mobility and social identity in the Mid Upper Paleolithic: New personal ornaments from Poiana Cireșului (Piatra Neamț, Romania)

@article{Niu2019MobilityAS,
  title={Mobility and social identity in the Mid Upper Paleolithic: New personal ornaments from Poiana Cireșului (Piatra Neamț, Romania)},
  author={Elena-Cristina Nițu and Marin C{\^a}rciumaru and Adrian Nicolae and Ovidiu C{\^i}rstina and Florin Ionuț Lupu and Marian Leu},
  journal={PLoS ONE},
  year={2019},
  volume={14}
}
Most of the Paleolithic art and ornaments discovered in Romania come from the site of Poiana Cireșului. Four Paleolithic layers have been studied at this site—the oldest one belongs to the Early Gravettian period between 30 ka and 31 ka BP. The ornaments discovered in this layer include perforated shells from three species of mollusks: freshwater Lithoglyphus naticoide and Lithoglyphus apertus as well as Homalopoma sanguineum (an exclusively Mediterranean species). Poiana Cireșului is one of… 

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