New data from Ambrona: closing the hunting versus scavenging debate

@inproceedings{Villaa2005NewDF,
  title={New data from Ambrona: closing the hunting versus scavenging debate},
  author={Paola Villaa and Enrique Sotob and Manuel Santonjac and Alfredo P{\'e}rez-Gonz{\'a}lezd and Rafael Morae and Joaquim Parcerisase and Carmen Ses{\'e}b},
  year={2005}
}
This paper presents a taphonomic analysis of the faunal assemblages from the 1993–1999 excavations at Ambrona (Spain), directed by Santonja and Pérez-González. The purpose of the new excavations was to achieve a better understanding of the stratigraphic sequence, general geology, sedimentary context and processes of accumulation of materials. Our objectives are to evaluate the opposing interpretations of the hominid subsistence activities at the site proposed by Freeman and Binford. The faunal… CONTINUE READING
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