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Zooarchaeology and modern human origins : human hunting behavior during the later Pleistocene

Author: Jamie L Clark; John D Speth
Publisher: Dordrecht ; New York : Springer, ©2013.
Series: Vertebrate paleobiology and paleoanthropology.
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Recent genetic data showing that Neanderthals interbred with modern humans have made it clear that deeper insight into the behavioral differences between these populations will be critical to understanding the rapid spread of modern humans and the demise of the Neanderthals. This volume, which brings together scholars who have worked with faunal assemblages from Europe, the Near East, and Africa, makes an important  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Jamie L Clark; John D Speth
ISBN: 9789400767669 9400767668
OCLC Number: 853506204
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 1 online resource.
Contents: 1. Introduction: Zooarchaeology and Modern Human Origins Jamie L. Clark and John D. Speth 2. Exploring the Relationship Between Climate Change and the Decline of the Howieson's Poort at Sibudu Cave (South Africa) Jamie L. Clark 3. Middle Paleolithic Large-Mammal Hunting in the Southern Levant John D. Speth 4. Middle Paleolithic Prey Choice Inferred from a Natural Pitfall Trap: Rantis Cave, Israel Reuven Yeshurun 5. New Opportunities for Previously Excavated Sites: Paleoeconomy as a Human Evolutionary Indicator at Tabun Cave (Israel) Ana B. Marin-Arroyo 6. New Contributions on Subsistence Practices during the Middle-Upper Paleolithic in Northern Spain Jose Yravedra Sainz de los Terreros 7. Iberian Archaeofaunas and Hominin Subsistence During Marine Isotope Stages 4 and 3 Lawrence Guy Straus 8. Animal Exploitation Strategies During the Uluzzian at Grotta di Fumane (Verona, Italy) Antonio Tagliacozzo, Matteo Romandini, Ivana Fiore, Monica Gala, and Marco Peresani 9. A Diachronic Evaluation of Neanderthal Cervid Exploitation and Site Use at Pech de l'Aze IV, France Laura Niven 10. Neanderthal to Neanderthal Evolution: Preliminary Observations on Faunal Exploitation from Mousterian to Chatelperronian at Arcy-sur-Cure James G. Enloe 11. The Role of Fish, Fowl and Small Mammals in the Fauna of the Paleolithic Caves of the Swabian Jura, Southwestern Germany Nicholas J. Conard, Keiko Kitagawa, Petra Kronneck, Madelaine Bohme and Susanne C. Munzel 12. Neanderthals and Cave Hyenas: Co-existence, Competition or Conflict? Gerrit L. Dusseldorp 13. Bone Grease Rendering in Mousterian Contexts: The Case of Noisetier Cave (Frechet-Aure, Hautes-Pyrenees, France) Sandrine Costamagno 14. Foraging Goals and Transport Decisions in Western Europe During the Paleolithic and Early Holocene Eugene Morin and Elspeth Ready
Series Title: Vertebrate paleobiology and paleoanthropology.
Responsibility: edited by Jamie L. Clark, John D. Speth.
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Recent genetic data showing that Neanderthals interbred with modern humans have made it clear that deeper insight into the behavioral differences between these populations will be critical to understanding the rapid spread of modern humans and the demise of the Neanderthals. This volume, which brings together scholars who have worked with faunal assemblages from Europe, the Near East, and Africa, makes an important contribution to our broader understanding of Neanderthal extinction and modern human origins through its focus on variability in human hunting behavior between 70-25,000 years ago-a

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