By Janusz K. Kozłowski and Mary C. Stiner (editors)
This magazine is a three way partnership recommended by means of the yankee university of Prehistoric learn on the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology and the Institute of Archaeology at Jagiellonian collage in Poland. the purpose of this magazine is to submit long web site experiences with many illustrations and different data-based articles on facets of the palaeolithic and neolithic of Eurasia.
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Site formation processes in Theopetra Cave: a record of climatic change during the late Pleistocene and early Holocene in Thessaly, Greece. Geoarchaeology 16, 373–399. , STINER M. 2007. Evidence for habitual use of fire at the end of the Lower Paleolithic: Site formation processes at Qesem Cave, Israel. Journal of Human Evolution 53, 197– 212. , PAZDUR A. 2001a. The Early Upper Palaeolithic in Greece: the excavations in Klissoura Cave. Journal of Archaeological Science 28, 515–539.
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The ratio of calcite to quartz is particularly informative. In Koumouzelis et al. (2001b) it is erroneously reported that fine-grained calcite is not related to anthropogenic activities but to autogenic crystallization, presumably by pore- water precipitation. In fact, as has been shown above, the major part of calcite is in the form of calcitic ash derived from burning activities (cf. Canti, 2003). Some minor input of fine clastic calcite certainly exists, but not to the point to distort the overall picture.
Klissoura Cave 1, Argolid, Greece: The Upper Palaeolithic sequence — Eurasian Prehistory 7 (2) 2010 issue 2 by Janusz K. Kozłowski and Mary C. Stiner (editors)