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The Aveline's Hole 9 Cranium: A Partial Solution to a Long Standing Enigma
(University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 2012)
Aveline's Hole is both one of the best-known sites with early human skeletal material in Britain and one of the most problematic in its history. First discovered and explored at the close of the 18th century, it yielded ...
Oceanic Tooth-Size Variation as a Reflection of Biological and Cultural Mixing
(The University of Chicago Press, 1981-01-01)
Le Crâne des Anthropomorphes [Book Review]
(Wayne State University Press, 1968-01-01)
Inuit principals and the changing context of bilingual education in Nunavut
(Université Laval, 2016)
Inuit principals and the changing context of bilingual education in Nunavut Although positive policies and laws promote the Inuit language and Inuit qaujimajatuqangit (IQ) in all sectors of Nunavut society, including at ...
New Radiometric Ages for the BH-1 Hominin from Balanica (Serbia): Implications for Understanding the Role of the Balkans in Middle Pleistocene Human Evolution
Newly obtained ages, based on electron spin resonance combined with uranium series isotopic analysis, and infrared/postinfrared luminescence dating, provide a minimum age that lies between 397 and 525 ka for the hominin ...
Skeleton Cave, Leigh Woods, Bristol
(University of Bristol Spelaeological Society, 2017)
An account is given of the discovery and excavation of this small cave in the 1960s. It is recorded that archaeological finds were made, but of these, only a single human mandible can now be traced. Radiocarbon dating shows ...
Mobile and Terrestrial but Firmly Rooted on the River Banks: Biological Anthropology of Lepenski Vir and the Iron Gates Gorge Mesolithic
(Advances in Anthropology, 2012-08)
Archaeological interpretation often links both the European Mesolithic and the complexity with reduced mobility and permanent or semi-permanent settlements. The Iron Gates Gorge (IGG) Mesolithic, on the banks of the Danube, ...
Seasonal Variation in Maglemosian Group Size and Structure: A New Model
(The University of Chicago Press, 1987-01-01)
Craniometric analysis of European Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic samples supports discontinuity at the Last Glacial Maximum
(Macmillan Publishers Limited, 2014-06-10)
The Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) represents the most significant climatic event since the emergence of anatomically modern humans (AMH). In Europe, the LGM may have played a role in changing morphological features as a ...
Rethinking the Middle/Upper Paleolithic Transition
(The University of Chicago Press, 1982-01-01)