Spelunca Theopetrae

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Spelunca Theopetrae (Graecia boreo-occidentalis physicalis )
Spelunca Theopetrae
Spelunca Theopetrae
Situs in Graecia
Vicus Rhizoma Thessaliae. Rupes Theopetra ad sinistram partem videtur

Spelunca Theopetrae, vulgo σπήλαιο Θεόπετρας, nomi Triccalorum in Thessalia, est locus habitationis humanae aevi Palaeolithici. Ab archaeologo Nina Cyparisse-Apostolica annis 1987-2008 effodita est. Ibi repertus est murus omnium ab hominibus aedificatorum antiquissimus, anno circiter 21 000 a.C.n. erectus.

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  • Yorgos Facorellis, Nina Kyparissi-Apostolika, Yannis Maniatis, "The Cave of Theopetra, Kalambaka: radiocarbon evidence for 50,000 years of human presence" in Radiocarbon vol 43 (2001) pp. 1029–1048
  • Nina Kyparissi-Apostolika, "The Mesolithic in Theopetra Cave: new data on a debated period of Greek prehistory" in The Greek Mesolithic: problems and perspectives (Londinii: British School at Athens, 2003. British School at Athens Studies, vol. 10) pp. 189-198
  • Sally Newton, "The Mesolithic fauna from Theopetra Cave" in The Greek Mesolithic: problems and perspectives (Londinii: British School at Athens, 2003. British School at Athens Studies, vol. 10) pp. 199-205
  • Sally Newton, "Theopetra Cave and the Palaeolithic-Mesolithic Transition in Southern Europe" in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti, edd., Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances (Londinii: British School at Athens, 2003. British School at Athens Studies, vol. 9) pp. 115-122
  • E. Panagopoulou, "The Theopetra Middle Palaeolithic Assemblages: Their Relevance to the Middle Palaeolithic of Greece and Adjacent Areas" in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (edd.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas (Londinii, 1999) pp. 252-265
  • Georgia Tsartsidou, Panagiotis Karkanas, Nina Kyparissi, "Palaeoenvironmental reconstruction and flora exploitation at the Palaeolithic cave of Theopetra, central Greece: the evidence from phytolith analysis" in Archaeological and Anthropological Sciences vol. 7 (2014)

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