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Christine Neugebauer-Maresch - Linda R. Owen

New Aspects of the Central and Eastern European Upper Palaeolithic - methods, chronology, technology and subsistence

Mitteilungen der prähistorischen Kommission
Band 72
ISSN: 0065-5376 ISSN Online: 0065-5376
ISBN-13: 978-3-7001-6762-4 ISBN-13 Online: 978-3-7001-7029-7
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Preliminaries 1
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Table of Contents 5
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Christine Neugebauer-Maresch - Linda R. Owen
Crossing Time and Borders 7
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P. Haesaerts - M. Bachner - I. Borziac - V. Chirica - F. Damblon - N. Drozdov - L. Koulakovska - S. Pirson
New Insight on the Environmental Background and the Chronology of the Early Upper Palaeolithic in Central Europe 9
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A.A. Sinitsyn
The Early Upper Palaeolithic of Kostenki: Chronology, Taxonomy, and Cultural Affiliation 27
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M. Carciumaru - M. Anghelinu - L. Nita
The Upper Paleolithic in the Bistrita Valley (Northeastern Romania). An Overview of Old Evidence 49
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N. Teyssandier
The Initial Dispersion of Anatomically Modern Humans in Europe? The Early Aurignacian in Central Europe and its Relationship with Neighbouring Areas 65
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P.N. Nigst
The Aurignacian in Eastern Austria: Preliminary Results of an Analysis of the Lithic Technology of Willendorf II, layer 3, and its Implications for the Transition from Middle to Upper Palaeolithic in Central Europe 81
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O. Jöris - C. Neugebauer-Maresch - B. Weninger - M. Street
The Radiocarbon Chronology of the Aurignacian to Mid-Upper Palaeolithic Transition along the Upper and Middle Danube 101
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M. Bolus
Continuity or Hiatus? The Swabian Aurignacian and the Transition to the Gravettian 139
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C. Neugebauer-Maresch
Archaeological and Palaeoecological Studies of Palaeolithic Industries before the Last Glacial Maximum between 32,000 and 20,000 BP. Investigations, Results and New Questions 151
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F.A. Fladerer - T. Salcher-Jedrasiak
Animal Facts and Human Decisions, 27 ka ago: The Krems-Hundssteig 2000–2002 Camp Periphery 163
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M. Bosch - H. van Hessen
Mammoth Molars from Krems-Hundssteig 2000–2002 183
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L.R. Owen
Fishing in the Upper Paleolithic of Southwest Germany. An Important Subsistence Activity? 187
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R. Peticzka - D. Riegler - F. Ottner
New Results from the "Stillfried B" Profile 199
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M. Carciumaru - M. Anghelinu - L. Steguweit - G. Lucas - L. Nita - L. Fontana - A. Brugere - U. Hambach - M. Margarit - V. Dmitrascu - M. Cosac - F. Dumitru - O. Carstina
Recent Results from the Upper Paleolithic Site of Poiana Cires¸ului – Piatra Neamt¸ (Northeastern Romania) 209
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L. Steguweit
New Insights into the Inventory of Alberndorf (Lower Austria) and Some Remarks on the "Epi-Aurignacian" Controversy 221
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W. Antl-Weiser - F.A. Fladerer - P.R. Nigst - A. Verpoorte
Grub/Kranawetberg (Lower Austria) – Insights into a Gravettian Micro-region in Eastern Austria 231
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U. Simon
Gravettian Lithic Assemblages of the Excavation Krems-Hundssteig 2000–2002 245
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M. Kralik - T. Einwögerer
Imprints Discovered on Paleolithic Ceramics from Krems-Wachtberg and Krems-Hundssteig Sites, Lower Austria 255
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T. Einwögerer
Excavations at the Krems-Wachtberg Site and the Discovery of the Infant Burials 273
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M. Händel
Different Excavation Techniques and their Stratigraphic Results. A Comparison of the Excavations at Krems-Hundssteig 2000–2002 and Krems-Wachtberg 2005 285
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U. Hambach
Palaeoclimatic and Stratigraphic Implications of High Resolution Magnetic Susceptibility Logging of Würmian Loess at the Upper Palaeolithic Krems-Wachtberg Site 295
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E.M. Wild - P. Steier
14C Dating of Krems-Wachtberg, Austria 305
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P.R. Nigst - T.B. Viola - W. Antl-Weiser
Digital Documentation of Palaeolithic Excavations: A Case Study 311
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M. Pacher
Raw Material Analysis of Upper Palaeolithic Bone Points and the Invention of the Olschewian 319
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