The Chronology of the Neolithic Necropolis Bòbila Maduell-Can Gambús in the Northeast Iberian Peninsula: Dating the Pit Burials Cultural Horizon and Long-Range Raw Material Exchange Networks

  title={The Chronology of the Neolithic Necropolis B{\`o}bila Maduell-Can Gamb{\'u}s in the Northeast Iberian Peninsula: Dating the Pit Burials Cultural Horizon and Long-Range Raw Material Exchange Networks},
  author={Juan Francisco Gibaja and Berta Morell and Juan Antonio Barcel{\'o} {\'A}lvarez and S. Duboscq and Alba Masclans and Gerard Remolins and Jordi Roig and Araceli Mart{\'i}n and Paloma Gonz{\'a}lez and Javier Plasencia and Joan Manel Coll and Maria Eul{\`a}lia Subir{\`a}},
  pages={1713 - 1736}
ABSTRACT Bòbila Madurell-Can Gambús is the most emblematic Neolithic cemetery in the northeastern Iberian peninsula, with a total of 179 documented pit burials. Artifacts made of exogenous raw materials, such as honey flint (southeastern France), jadeite, amphibolite, eclogite and nephrite (Alps and the Pyrenees), variscite (coast of northeastern Iberia), and even obsidian (Sardinia), have been found in the burials. The presence of these raw materials is not exclusive to this necropolis, but… 
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