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Published by Instituto Português de Arqueologia, American School of Prehistoric Research, Peabody Museum, Harvard University in Lisboa, [Cambridge, Mass.] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Aurignacian culture -- Eurasia -- Congresses.,
  • Excavations (Archaeology) -- Eurasia -- Congresses.,
  • Eurasia -- Antiquities -- Congresses.

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Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references.

StatementOfer Bar-Yosef, João Zilhão, eds.
GenreCongresses.
SeriesTrabalhos de arqueologia -- 45
ContributionsBar-Yosef, Ofer., Zilhão, João., Instituto Português de Arqueologia., American School of Prehistoric Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsGN772.2.A8 T68 2006
The Physical Object
Pagination377 p. :
Number of Pages377
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17035949M
ISBN 109728662289
LC Control Number2008391213

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Book Author(s) Bar-Yosef, Ofer, Zilhão, João, Towards a Definition of the Aurignacian Date Publisher Instituto Português de Arqueologia Pub place Lisboa Volume Trabalhos de . The problems of definition involving the Aurignacian relate to a large extent to the fact that, in this framework, the word has become equated with “behavior of the early modern Europeans”.Author: João Zilhão. This bulletin has been prepared to aid students and other to a better understanding of the Aurignacian people and their culture. Contents: The Paleolithic Period; The Coming of the Aurignacian Man- the First Homo Sapiens; The Glacial Epoch and its Relation to the Aurignacians; The Climate of the Aurignacian Age; The Fauna of the Aurignacian Age; Men of the Aurignacian Age; Stone and its Author: George L. Collie. Aurignacian definition, of, belonging to, or typical of an Upper Paleolithic industry with characteristic stone and bone artifacts that is distributed from western .

Aurignacian culture, toolmaking industry and artistic tradition of Upper Paleolithic Europe that followed the Mousterian industry, was contemporary with the Perigordian, and was succeeded by the Solutrean. The Aurignacian culture was marked by a great diversification and specialization of tools. In: O. Bar-Yosef, J. Zilhão ; Toward a definition of the aurignacian. Trabalhos de Arqueologia, vol, Proceedings of the Symposium held in Lisbon, Portugal, June , RIGAUD J.-Ph., SIMEK J. – «Arms to short to box with God»: problems and prospects for paleolithic prehistory in Dordogne, France. News from the west: a reevaluation of the classical Aurignacian sequence of the Périgord. In O. Bar-Yosef & J. Zilhão (eds), Towards a Definition of the Aurignacian, – .   Reflections on the role of bone tools in the definition of the Early Aurignacian. In O. Bar-Yosef & J. Zilhão (Eds.), Towards a definition of the Aurignacian: Proceedings of the symposium held in Lisbon, Portugal, June , (pp. 37–52).

TOWARDS A DEFINITION OF THE AURIGNACIAN 24 In level B, where the Aurignacian tool typology is restricted to only nosed endscrapers and retouched blades with multiseriate retouch, cores are more numerous (20 specimens). These cores document divergent reduction sequences, especially in the advanced phase (Fig. 3). Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The Aurignacian. Soely the product of homo sapiens named after the aurignac rock shelter reached southern edges of europe by and iberia by backed by temnata bulgaria and el castillo spain relatively mild climatic condtions. STUDY. PLAY. Initial upper paleolithic. 55 kya - 35kya.   The Aurignacian of the Caucasus MARCEL OTTE Importance of the region The presence of the Aurignacian in the Caucasus is part of the transition and expansion from the Zagros Mountains toward the Crimea and Eastern Europe. The occupations at the many archaeological sites found in this mountainous region, intermediate between Asia and Europe, establish.