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ʾUbaydiya

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ʾUbaydiya (Israelis borealis physicalis )
ʾUbaydiya
ʾUbaydiya
Situs in Israële septentrionali

ʾUbaydiya (Hebraice עובידיה‎‎, apud archaeologos Ubeidiya) est locus in valle inferiori fluminis Iordanis ubi a mense Maio 1959 reperta sunt vestigia habitationis hominum speciei Hominis erecti) aevis culturalibus Oldowayo tardo Acheulioque, aevo mammalifero Villafranchio[de], inter annos circiter 1 600 000 et 1 200 000 a.p. frequentatae.

Species animalium, cuius ossa apud ʾUbaydiya recognoscuntur, sunt Lagurodon arnakae, Mimomys sp., Microtus sp., Ursus etruscus, Megantereon cf. whitei, Mammuthus meridionalis, Stephanorhinus etruscus etruscus, Lycaon lycaonoides = Xenocyaon falconeri.[1]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Fons huius enumerationis: Zooarchaeology and Paleoecology lab

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Miriam Belmaker, Community Structure through Time: 'Ubeidiya, a Lower Pleistocene Site as a Case Study. Dissertatio Universitatis Hebraicae Hierosolymitanae, 2006
  • Miriam Belmaker, "Early Pleistocene faunal connections between Africa and Eurasia: An ecological perspective" in J. G. Fleagle et al., edd., Out of Africa I: The First Hominin Colonization of Eurasia (Dordrecht: Springer, 2010) pp. 183-205
  • Miriam Belmaker, "The presence of a large cercopithecine (cf. Theropithecus sp.) in the ‘Ubeidiya Formation (Early Pleistocene, Israel)" in Journal of Human Evolution vol. 58 (2010) pp. 79-89
  • Miriam Belmaker, "Using comparative micromammal taphonomy to test palaeoecological hypotheses: ‘Ubeidiya, a Lower Pleistocene site in the Jordan Valley, Israel, as a case study" in T. O'Connor, ed., In Biosphere to Lithosphere: New Studies in Vertebrate Taphonomy (Oxoniae: Oxbow Books, 2005) pp. 110-125
  • Miriam Belmaker, E. Tchernov, S. Condemi, O. Bar-Yosef, "New evidence for hominid presence in the Lower Pleistocene of the Southern Levant" in Journal of Human Evolution vol. 43 (2002) pp. 43-56
  • A. Horowitz, G. Siedner, O. Bar Yosef, "Radiometric Dating of the Ubeidiya Formation, Jordan Valley, Israel" in Nature vol. 242 (16 Martii 1973) pp. 186-187

" Carolina Mallol, "What's in a beach? Soil micromorphology of sediments from the Lower Paleolithic site of 'Ubeidiya, Israel" in Journal of Human Evolution vol. 51 (2006) pp. 185-206

  • B. Martínez-Navarro, Miriam Belmaker, O. Bar-Yosef, "The large carnivores from ‘Ubeidiya (Early Pleistocene, Israel): Biochronological and biogeographical implications" in Journal of Human Evolution vol. 56 (2009) pp. 514-524
  • B. Martínez-Navarro, Miriam Belmaker, O. Bar-Yosef, "The Bovid assemblage (Bovidae, Mammalia) from the Early Pleistocene site of ‘Ubeidiya: Biochronological and biogeographical implications for the fossil and lithic bearing strata" in Quaternary International vol. 267 (2012) pp. 78-97
  • Charles A. Repenning, Oldrich Fejfar, "Evidence for earlier date of ′Ubeidiya, Israel, hominid site" in Nature vol. 299 (23 Septembris 1982) pp. 344-347

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