Reassessing Paleolithic Subsistence

Un libro in lingua di Eugene Morin edito da Cambridge Univ Pr, 2012

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"In the field of human evolution, few subjects have generated as much controversy as the fate of the Neandertals. Most debates have centered on the problem of their affiliation with early modern humans. This book examines the hypothesis that Neandertals and early modern humans differed in terms of subsistence. To assess this hypothesis, the analysis focuses on animal bones accumulated by these groups at Saint-Cesaire, a collapsed cave in western France. The faunal evidence suggests that Neandertals and early modern humans exploited a similar range of game species"--

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