Radiocarbon and stable isotope investigations at the Central Rhineland sites of Gönnersdorf and Andernach-Martinsberg, Germany.

@article{Stevens2009RadiocarbonAS,
  title={Radiocarbon and stable isotope investigations at the Central Rhineland sites of G{\"o}nnersdorf and Andernach-Martinsberg, Germany.},
  author={Rhiannon E. Stevens and Tamsin C O'Connell and Robert E. M. Hedges and Martin Street},
  journal={Journal of human evolution},
  year={2009},
  volume={57 2},
  pages={131-48}
}
The late glacial open-air sites of Gönnersdorf and Andernach-Martinsberg in the German Central Rhineland are well known for their Magdalenian occupation and activities. The latter site also produced evidence for a younger, Final Palaeolithic occupation of the locality by people of the Federmessergruppen. Both sites are particularly well preserved, largely due to their burial beneath volcanic deposits of the late glacial Laacher See eruption. We conducted a program of AMS radiocarbon dating and… CONTINUE READING