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Zooarchaeology of the Pleistocene/Holocene boundary : proceedings of a symposium held at the 8th Congress of the International Council for Archaeozoology (ICAZ), Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, August 1998 /
edited by Jonathan C. Driver.
imprint
Oxford, England : Archaeopress, 1999.
description
v, 83 p. : ill., maps ; 30 cm.
ISBN
1841711098
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Book
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A Look Inside
Table of Contents
List of Figures
List of Tables
Preface
Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene Faunas in the Baikal Areap. 1
Climate Change and Patterns in the Exploitation of Economic Resources (Marine Mollusca and Ungulate Fauna) in Cantabrian Spain at the End of the Pleistocene, CA.21 - 6.5 KYR. BPp. 9
High Resolution Archeofaunal Records Across the Pleistocene Holocene Transition on a Transect Between 43 and 51 Degrees North Latitude in Western Europep. 21
Modeling Occupation Intensity and Small Game use in the Levantp. 31
Small Game as Indicators of Sedentization during the Natufian Period at Hayonim Cave in Israelp. 37
Hunting the Broad Spectrum Revolution: The Characterisation of Early Neolithic Animal Exploitation at Quermez Dere, Northern Mesopotamiap. 47
The Faunas of the Pleistocene/Holocene Boundary in the Seno de la Ultima Esperanza, Chilep. 59
Archaeological and Zooarchaeological Remains from the Aucilla River, Northwest Floridap. 63
Sheriden: A Stratified Pleistocene-Holocene Cave Site in the Great Lakes Region of North Americap. 67
Stratified Faunas from Charlie Lake Cave and the Peopling of the Western Interior of Canadap. 77
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