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Middle to Upper Paleolithic transition in Central Europe

the record from the Bükk Region

by Adams, Brian.

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Published by Archaeopress in Oxford .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Paleolithic period -- Hungary -- Bükk Mountains.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 159-175.

    StatementBrian Adams.
    SeriesBAR international series -- 693
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvi, 175 p. :
    Number of Pages175
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22288620M
    ISBN 100860548775
    LC Control Number98028520

      A new radiocarbon chronology for the Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition at the Bulgarian site of Bacho Kiro reveals Homo sapiens-associated sediments as early as 46, yr bp. Archaeologists in western Europe have long recognized spectacular changes in the material record across the Middle and Upper Paleolithic boundary beginning perhaps as early as 45, years ago, but the recasting of the Mousterian as distinctly “archaic” and the Aurignacian as distinctly “modern” has really only come to the forefront of.

    of the Middle-to-Upper Paleolithic transition (henceforth, simply the Transition) in Europe and western Asia and the correlative issue of the eventual replacement of Neandertals by anatomically modern populations of ultimate African origin. Despite generalized acceptance, including in publications written for a wider audience (Arsuaga, ), the.   This book assembles researchers working in Eurasia and Africa to discuss the archaeological record of the Middle Paleolithic and the Middle Stone Age. This is a time period when Homo sapiens last shared the world with other species, and during which patterns of behavior characteristic of modern humans developed and coalesced.

    This paper critically examines previous statements concerning the nature of the Middle/Upper Paleolithic transition in Western Europe. Mellars's overview of the transition in southwestern France forms the point of departure for discussion. Several of Mellars's contentions are modified in light of methodological weaknesses and recently available by: The Middle-Upper Paleolithic Transition interpreted through the Italian human remains Stefano Benazzi. From Neanderthals to Anatomically Modern Humans in Liguria (Italy): the current state of knowledge Fabio Negrino, Julien Riel-Salvatore. Human exploitation of avifauna during the Author: Valentina Borgia Emanuela Cristiani.


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The early arrival and disappearance of Homo erectus and Homo. The contributors present new archaeological evidence that tells a very different story: The Middle-Upper Paleolithic transitions in areas as diverse as the Levant, Eastern-Central Europe, and Central and Eastern Asia are characterized both by substantial behavioral continuity over the per, years ago and by a mosaic-like pattern.

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