NEANDERTHALS, ANATOMICALLY MODERN HUMANS, AND ‘MODERN HUMAN BEHAVIOUR’ IN ITALY

@inproceedings{Milliken2007NEANDERTHALSAM,
  title={NEANDERTHALS, ANATOMICALLY MODERN HUMANS, AND ‘MODERN HUMAN BEHAVIOUR’ IN ITALY},
  author={Sarah Milliken},
  year={2007}
}
Summary.  Traditionally, accounts of the Middle–Upper Palaeolithic transition focus almost exclusively on the evidence from south-western Europe. Interpretations based on data from this area are then generalized to produce a relatively uncomplicated pan-European model, with the appearance of novel technologies, new patterns of land use, expanded social networks, and the emergence of complex forms of symbolic communication involving art and personal ornaments, all pointing to the appearance of… CONTINUE READING