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New insights into Mesolithic human diet in the Mediterranean from stable isotope analysis: The sites of Campu Stefanu and Torre d'Aquila, Corsica

Goude, G.; Willmes, Malte; Wood, Rachel; Courtaud, P.; Leandri, F.; Cesari, J.; Grun, Rainer


Mesolithic human remains are rare in the archaeological record of the French Mediterranean. Only the island of Corsica has so far produced relatively well-preserved burials, and recent archaeological excavations have brought to light new Mesolithic human remains. The site of Campu Stefanu, located in Sollacaro in the southeast of the island, contained a collective burial of seven to eight individuals in a previously unobserved funerary context. A re-evaluation of collections in regional museums...[Show more]

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Date published: 2017
Type: Journal article
Source: International Journal of Osteoarchaeology
DOI: 10.1002/oa.2578


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