Pavlov VI: an Upper Palaeolithic living unit

  title={Pavlov VI: an Upper Palaeolithic living unit},
  author={Jiř{\'i} Svoboda and Miroslav Kr{\'a}l{\'i}k and Věra {\vC}ul{\'i}kov{\'a} and {\vS}{\'a}rka Hladilov{\'a} and Martin Nov{\'a}k and Miriam N{\'y}vltov{\'a} Fi{\vs}{\'a}kov{\'a} and Daniel N{\'y}vlt and Michaela Ra{\vs}kov{\'a} Zelinkov{\'a}},
  pages={282 - 295}
Abstract This newly discovered and excavated site defines an Upper Palaeolithic activity unit consisting of a roasting pit at the centre of an area 5m across. Although the main task was the processing of two mammoths, there were numerous other wild animals in the assemblage. The occupants used flint knives, made bone tools and modelled in baked clay – on which they left their fingerprints, along with imprints of reindeer hair and textiles. Pavlov VI offers an exemplary picture of the basic… 
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