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Spelunca Amud

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Spelunca Amud (Israelis borealis physicalis )
Spelunca Amud
Spelunca Amud
Situs in Israele boreali

Spelunca Amud est situs archaeologicus Israëlis super vallem Amud eminens in Israële boreali. Ibi repertae sunt reliquia hominum neanderthalensium qui in regione abhinc annorum ab 50 000 ad 40 000 habitabant.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Hisashi Suzuki, Fuyuji Takai, The Amud man and his cave site. Tokii: Academic Press of Japan, 1970
  • R. H. Gargett, "Middle Paleolithic burial is not a dead issue: the view from Qafzeh, Saint-Césaire, Kebara, Amud and Dederiyeh" in Journal of Human Evolution vol. 37 (1999) pp. 27–90
  • E. Hovers, W. H. Kimbel, R. Lavi, Y. Rak, "Hominid Remains from Amud Cave in the Context of the Levantine Middle Paleolithic" in Paléorient vol. 21 fasc. 2 (1995) pp. 47-61
  • E. Hovers, W. H. Kimbel, Y. Rak, "The Amud 7 skeleton: still a burial. Response to Gargett" in Journal of Human Evolution vol. 39 (2000) pp. 253–260
  • Y. Kuchikura, H. Watanabe, "Control Precision in the Flaking of Levallois Points from the Amud Cave. A Technological Approach to the Study of Early Man's Manual Dexterity" in Paléorient vol. 1 fasc. 1 (1973) pp. 87-95
  • Marco Madella, Martin K. Jones, Paul Goldberg, Yuval Gorenc, Erella Hovers, "The Exploitation of Plant Resources by Neanderthals in Amud Cave (Israel): The Evidence from Phytolith Studies" in Journal of Archaeological Science vol. 29 (2002) pp. 703–719
  • Ruth Shahack-Gross, Avner Ayalon, Paul Goldberg, Yuval Goren, Boaz Ofek, Rivka Rabinovich, Erella Hovers, "Formation processes of cemented features in karstic cave sites revealed using stable oxygen and carbon isotopic analyses: A case study at middle paleolithic Amud Cave, Israel" in Geoarchaeology vol. 23 (2008) pp. 43-62
  • Ehud Weiss, Wilma Wetterstrom, Dani Nadel, Ofer Bar-Yosef, "The broad spectrum revisited: Evidence from plant remains" in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences vol. 101 (2004) pp. 9551–9555

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