Palaeoecology and Archaeology of the Kärlich–Seeufer Open-Air Site (Middle Pleistocene) in the Central Rhineland, Germany

@article{Gaudzinski1996PalaeoecologyAA,
  title={Palaeoecology and Archaeology of the K{\"a}rlich–Seeufer Open-Air Site (Middle Pleistocene) in the Central Rhineland, Germany},
  author={S. Gaudzinski and F. Bittmann and W. Boenigk and M. Frechen and T. Kolfschoten},
  journal={Quaternary Research},
  year={1996},
  volume={46},
  pages={319-334}
}
  • S. Gaudzinski, F. Bittmann, +2 authors T. Kolfschoten
  • Published 1996
  • Geology
  • Quaternary Research
  • Abstract The Karlich–Seeufer archaeological site in Germany's central Rhineland was excavated between 1980 and 1992. The site provides evidence for hominid activity during a Middle Pleistocene interglaciation known up to now only from the Karlich clay pit and therefore defined as the Karlich Interglaciation, which is considered to be post-Cromer IV and pre-Holstein (sensu stricto) in age. The site is characterized by Acheulean artifacts, a fauna dominated byElephas (Palaeoloxodon) antiquus,and… CONTINUE READING
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