New evidence on Neandertal use of fire: Examples from Roc de Marsal and Pech de l’Azé IV

@article{Goldberg2012NewEO,
  title={New evidence on Neandertal use of fire: Examples from Roc de Marsal and Pech de l’Az{\'e} IV},
  author={P. Goldberg and H. Dibble and F. Berna and Dennis M Sandgathe and S. McPherron and A. Turq},
  journal={Quaternary International},
  year={2012},
  volume={247},
  pages={325-340}
}
Pyrotechnology must be seen as one of the most important technological developments in human prehistory. Once developed it eventually came to serve a wide range of applications, but when this actually occurred is not well understood. Fire is well known at a number of Middle Palaeolithic sites in Western Europe, and the Neandertals of this region clearly made use of it at some times and at some sites. Recent excavations at two generally contemporaneous Middle Palaeolithic sites in the Dordogne… Expand
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