By Manuel Vaquero (auth.), Eudald Carbonell i Roura (eds.)
The goal of this e-book is to supply a brand new perception on Neanderthal behaviour utilizing the knowledge recovered in point J of Romaní rockshelter (north-eastern Spain). because of the sedimentary dynamics that shaped the Romaní deposit, the profession layers are characterised through a excessive temporal solution, which makes it more uncomplicated to interprete the archaeological info in behavioural phrases. moreover, the various analytical domain names (geoarchaeology, lithic know-how, zooarchaeology, taphonomy, anthracology, palaeontology) are addressed from a spatial point of view that's easy to appreciate human behaviour, but additionally to judge the behavioural inferences within the framework of the archaeological formation processes.
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Additional resources for High Resolution Archaeology and Neanderthal Behavior: Time and Space in Level J of Abric Romani (Capellades, Spain)
At first, a numerical code was adopted to name the stratigraphic units, but this system was abandoned in 1990. Since then we have used an alphabetical system for the archeological levels. 1. Apart from the excavation of the small remains of the uppermost levels (A–D) mainly preserved all along the shelter wall, our work has mostly been devoted to extensively excavating the Middle Paleolithic layers over large surfaces. Levels E to J were still significantly altered by the old pits and trenches, but from level K downwards the archeological units were virtually intact.
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2005), as well as interdisciplinary studies of specific archeological levels (Carbonell 1992, 2002; Vallverdú et al. 2005a). Level J was primarily excavated between 1993 and 1996, except for at the westernmost part of the site (columns 40–42), which was excavated between 1998 and 1999 (Figs. 15). The excavated area was comprised of the space between columns 40–65 and rows G–V, which represents a total surface area of 250 m2. As we have seen, level J was the last archeological unit significantly affected by the previous excavations, although less so than the overlying levels.