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Bâtons percés from Eastern Europe: an overview
(UISPP Commission Modified Bone & Shell, 2022)
Bâtons percés are a specific type of antler artefacts, discovered and identified first on numerous Upper Palaeolithic sites in western Europe. However, they are also encountered at some of the eastern European sites, ...
Neanderthals on the Lower Danube: Middle Palaeolithic evidence in the Danube Gorges of the Balkans
(Wiley, Hoboken, 2022)
The article presents evidence about the Middle Palaeolithic and Middle to Upper Palaeolithic transition interval in the karst area of the Danube Gorges in the Lower Danube Basin. We review the extant data and present new ...
Рекогносцирањa налазишта из доњег и средњег палеолита на североисточним обронцима Гоча
(Београд : Српско археолошко друштво, 2015)
This paper describes several Palaeolithic open air sites found while surveying the northeastern slopes of Goč Mountain in Central Serbia. These sites were found in close proximity to primary deposits of flint, opal and ...