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Spelunca Kebara

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Spelunca Kebara (Israelis borealis physicalis )
Spelunca Kebara
Spelunca Kebara
Situs in Israele boreali
Ossa Hominis neanderthalensis "Moshe" nuncupati, qui abhinc anno fere 60 000 vixit

Spelunca Kebara est situs archaeologicus Israëlis iuxta Mare Mediterraneum absconditus. Ibi repertae sunt reliquia hominum neanderthalensium, qui inter annos fere 60 000 et 48 000 ante aevum nostrum vixerunt. Silices quos finxerunt in Mousterium digeruntur. Eodem situ reliquia seminum plantarum edulium servata sunt, videlicet Quercus sp., Pistacia atlantica, Onosma giganteum, Podonosma orientalis, Echium judaeum, Carthamus sp., Vitis vinifera, cerealiumque perpauca e.g. Hordeum spontaneum.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • O. Bar-Yosef, B. Vandermeersch et al., "The Excavations in Kebara Cave, Mount Carmel" in Current Anthropology vol. 33 (1992) pp. 497-546
  • 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
  • Efraim Lev, Mordechai E. Kislev, Ofer Bar-Yosef, "Mousterian Vegetal Food in Kebara Cave, Mt Carmel" in Journal of Archaeological Science vol. 32 (2005) pp. 475–484 Epitome
  • 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