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by James T. Pokines

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ISBN:
0860549526
Author:
James T. Pokines
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Social Sciences
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English
Publisher:
British Archaeological Reports (December 31, 1998)
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189 pages
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Lawrence Guy Straus, "The Paleoecology of Lower Magdalenian Cantabrian Spain.

Lawrence Guy Straus, "The Paleoecology of Lower Magdalenian Cantabrian Spain. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 months.

PDF On Jan 1, 2000, James Pokines and others published Late Upper Paleolithic . Paleoecology of Lower Magdalenian Cantabrian Spain.

PDF On Jan 1, 2000, James Pokines and others published Late Upper Paleolithic environment, biogeography and subsistence in Cantabrian Spain. Cite this publication.

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Magdalenian Cantabrian Spain. Bar International Series, 713, 189 pp. Sesé, C. (2005). Taraxacum In. Washington DC. 1998), The paleoecology of Lower Magdalenian Cantabrian Spain. Roe deer (Capreolus capreolus) age at death estimates: New methods and modern reference data for tooth eruption and wear, and for epiphyseal fusion.

The dense occupation layers of the Lower Cantabrian Magdalenian in the Northern Spain reveal varied aspects . This series is one of the largest for a single prehistoric site in Iberia or even Europe

The dense occupation layers of the Lower Cantabrian Magdalenian in the Northern Spain reveal varied aspects of Upper Palaeolithic lifeways, including evidence of speci c localized activities. This series is one of the largest for a single prehistoric site in Iberia or even Europe. The series is consistent with the record from Cantabrian Spain and provides new detail on the age of the Middle-Upper Paleolithic transition, on the various phases of the Magdalenian culture, on the appearance of the Neolithic in the Atlantic zone of Spain, and on the origins of the socioeconomic complexity in the metal ages.

The paleoecology of lower Magdalenian Cantabrian Spain. Forensic science international. A new method o. More). This forensic case report describes the taphonomic effects of woodland vole (Microtus pinetorum) upon a set of skeletonized human remains recovered in Massachusetts, USA. BAR International Series, 462. Archeopress, Oxford, pp. 157–168. BAR International Series 713. Archaeopress, Oxford. Speybroeck, . Beukema, . Crochet, .

BAR International Series 29. Krupa, . 1995, Local Adaptations to Coastal Ecological Niches during the Magdalenian in Northern Spain. Straus, L. 1975, A Study of the Solutrean in Vasco-Cantabrian Spain.

BAR International Series 296. British Archaeological Reports, Oxford. Bahn, P. 1983, Late Pleistocene Economies of the French Pyrenees. Paper presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Minneapolis, Minnesota. MacGregor, . 1985, Bone, Antler, Ivory, and Horn. dissertation, Department of Anthropology, University of Chicago.

Revised and updated, it reflects the recent developments and changing emphasis in the field of paleoecology.

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Gastropub in Liaño, Cantabria, Spain. Barrio Bofetan 57 A (3,289. 16 mi) Liaño, Cantabria, Spain 39692.

Pokines uses the terrestrial mammalian microfauna from the site of El Juyo (Santander, Spain) and related sites to reconstruct the palaeoenvironment of Cantabrian Spain. A new method of reconstruction is presented, based on the relative proprtions of these microfauna, and the human ecological adaptations of the Upper Palaeolithic in Cantabrian Spain are examined as they relate to the resulting interpretation of the palaeoenvironment.