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Mousterian lithic assemblage from Vinica cave (Hrvatsko zagorje, Croatia).

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Arheološki Vestnik, Vol 73, Pp 7-28 (2022)

Abstract:In this paper we present techno-typological and raw material analysis of the Mousterian lithic assemblage from Vinica cave (Hrvatsko zagorje, Croatia) excavated during late 1990s and early 2000s. Lithic artefacts are found in two Mouste- rian layers, c...

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Britain In or Out of Europe During the Late Mesolithic? A New Perspective of the Mesolithic–Neolithic Transition

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Open Archaeology, Vol 8, Iss 1, Pp 550-577 (2022)

Abstract:Lacking well-dated fifth millennium Mesolithic evidence and based on a consensus that late Mesolithic Britain was isolated from the continent, discussion of the Mesolithic–Neolithic transition has focused on the centuries around 4000 BC. This discourse...

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BURDUR PALEOLİTİK ÇAĞ YÜZEY ARAŞTIRMASI-2021

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Mehmet Akif Ersoy Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Enstitüsü Dergisi, Iss 35, Pp 32-49 (2022)

Abstract:Burdur’un daha önce Paleolitik Çağ açısından yeterince araştırılmamış olması, konumu ve coğrafyası nedeniyle olası potansiyeli göz önüne alınarak 2021 yılında “Burdur İli Paleolitik Çağ Yüzey Araştırması”na başlanmıştır. 2021 araştırma sezonunda Bucak ...

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Early Neolithic Large Blades from Crno Vrilo (Dalmatia, Croatia): Preliminary Techno-Functional Analysis

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Open Archaeology, Vol 8, Iss 1, Pp 256-272 (2022)

Abstract:The excavation of Crno Vrilo site (Zadar, Dalmatia, Croatia), carried out by B. Marijanović, has unearthed the vestiges of an Early Neolithic village dating back to ca. 5800–5600 cal BC. The lithic assemblage, with more than 4000 pieces, represents the...

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Geological, geophysical, and geochemical constraints on the time-space evolution of Akan composite caldera, Hokkaido, Japan

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Frontiers in Earth Science, Vol 10 (2022)

Abstract:Some calderas are geometrically complex that may be related not to a single eruption, magma body, or structure. In order to reveal their forming processes, multidisciplinary methods should be applied. Akan volcano has E-W elongated and irregular-shaped...

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Prehistoric Landscape Use in the Central Alaska Range: Lithic Analysis Dataset from the Upper Susitna River Basin, Alaska

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Journal of Open Archaeology Data, Vol 10 (2022)

Abstract:This dataset is comprised of metric and non-metric lithic assemblage data from terminal Pleistocene through late Holocene prehistoric lithic assemblages recovered at nineteen archaeological sites in the upper Susitna River basin, southern Alaska Range....

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Characterisation of potholes formed on bedrock sandstones at Loei Dun, Phetchabun Geopark, Thailand

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Geologos, Vol 28, Iss 1, Pp 39-50 (2022)

Abstract:Phetchabun National Geopark comprises varied geosites; one of the fluvial bedrock landforms distinguished here is Loei Dun. This shows many potholes in Mesozoic sandstone of the Nam Phong Formation (Khorat Group). A genetic study of the occurrence of t...

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Chipped Stone Assemblage of the Layer B of the Kamyana Mohyla 1 Site (South-Eastern Ukraine) and the Issue of Kukrek in the North Meotic Steppe Region

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Open Archaeology, Vol 8, Iss 1, Pp 85-113 (2022)

Abstract:The layer B is one of the lower layers of the long stratigraphic sequence of the Kamyana Mohyla 1 site. The layer B received eight new AMS radiocarbon dates that clarified its chronology: 7950–7300 calibrated years BC. They are in a reasonable correspo...

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A Little Mystery, Mythology, and Romance: How the “Pigmy Flint” Got Its Name

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Open Archaeology, Vol 8, Iss 1, Pp 145-158 (2022)

Abstract:The term “pigmy flint” was coined in 1895 and frequently used to describe small flint implements, many of them microliths, in British and Irish archaeology during the earliest decades of the 20th century. It was briefly adopted in France over a decade ...

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Lost Heritage. Architectural Replacement of an Atrium and a Courtyard of the Roman Houses of Armea (Allariz, Ourense)

Publication Type:Academic Journal

Source(s):Heritage, Vol 5, Iss 24, Pp 409-430 (2022)

Abstract:Francisco Conde-Valvís’s so-called “stone treasure” is a set of unique carved stone pieces, such as bases, column shafts, a mortar, and decorated fragments (trisqueles and rosettes), found during the 2018 excavation campaign in the Cibdá de Armea (Alla...

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