Explaining Diachronic Trends in Paleolithic Subsistence in Central Europe
This paper examines changing patterns of subsistence during the Lower, Middle and Upper Paleolithic of Central Europe. We present data on faunal assemblages from our excavations in Germany and look at the extent to which the selection and exploitation of prey reflects expectations from behavioral ecological models. We also consider how these faunal assemblages inform us about the evolution of social and economic behavior during the Middle and Late Pleistocene.
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Explaining Diachronic Trends in Paleolithic Subsistence in Central Europe. Nicholas Conard, Britt Starkovich. Presented at The 80th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, San Francisco, California. 2015 ( tDAR id: 394822)
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