By Manuel Vaquero (auth.), Eudald Carbonell i Roura (eds.)
The target of this publication is to supply a brand new perception on Neanderthal behaviour utilizing the information recovered in point J of Romaní rockshelter (north-eastern Spain). as a result of sedimentary dynamics that shaped the Romaní deposit, the profession layers are characterised by way of a excessive temporal solution, which makes it more straightforward to interprete the archaeological info in behavioural phrases. furthermore, different analytical domain names (geoarchaeology, lithic know-how, zooarchaeology, taphonomy, anthracology, palaeontology) are addressed from a spatial viewpoint that's simple to appreciate human behaviour, but in addition to guage the behavioural inferences within the framework of the archaeological formation processes.
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4–5). It describes only the six uppermost meters of the sequence because they were unaware of the existence of the Romaní well. This sequence was very similar to that described by Amador Romaní, although there are a few differences (Fig. 10). To refer to the archeological units they used the term foyer (hearth). From top to bottom, the stratigraphic sequence was described as follows: Layer 1: Sandy silts. Layer 2: Stratified calcareous travertine. Hearth 2: Archeological level. Amador Romaní’s layer 2.
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High Resolution Archaeology and Neanderthal Behavior: Time and Space in Level J of Abric Romani (Capellades, Spain) by Manuel Vaquero (auth.), Eudald Carbonell i Roura (eds.)