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Title: The radiocarbon approach to Neanderthals in a carnivore den site: a well-defined chronology for Teixoneres Cave (Moià, Barcelona, Spain)
Authors: Talamo, Sahra
Blasco, Ruth
Rivals, Florent
Picin, Andrea
Chacón Navarro, María Gema
Iriarte, Eneko
López-García, Juan Manuel
Blain, Hugues-Alexandre
Arilla Osuna, Maite
Rufà Bonache, Anna
Sánchez-Hernández, Carlos
Andrés Eguiburu, Miriam‏
Camarós, Edgard
Ballesteros, Anna
Cebrià, Artur
Rosell, Jordi
Hublin, Jean-Jacques
Keywords: Carnivore den;Radiocarbon;Sample selection;Neanderthal;Chronology
Issue Date: Jun-2016
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Radiocarbon, 2016, 58 (2), 247-265
Abstract: During the Middle Paleolithic period, carnivores and hominids periodically occupied the same areas at different times and each predator generated significant palimpsests, rendering difficult their archaeological interpretation. Teixoneres Cave, a carnivore den site, located in the northeastern part of the Iberian Peninsula, demonstrates that it is possible to overcome these problems by using a careful strategy in selecting samples for radiocarbon dating, in order to produce an accurate chronology of the site in question and certainly attest the human occupation.
ISSN: 0033-8222
DOI: 10.1017/RDC.2015.19
Type: Article
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